There are different types of fly lines and their ratings can be confusing. Whereas most regular freshwater and saltwater anglers pick between fluorocarbon or monofilament that is rated in pounds breaking strength, fly lines are rated by "weight," for example, 6 weight. This number does not refer to breaking strength at all. It refers to the weight of the first 30 feet of line, in grains. Grains is a traditional measurement of weight, based on what an average grain of wheat weighs.
Fly Rods come in all different sizes depending on the type of fish you are after as well as the tactics you plan to deploy. Trout pose a reel problem when it comes to picking out the perfect fly rod, as they come in all sizes, and can be fished with many different tactics. So, unfortunately there is not one best fly rod for trout that will be superb for all trout situations. Fly rods weights are classified from the newer ultra-light '0' weight to powerful broom stick '14' weights. The best weight to choose depends on 4 factors: fly type, cast length, fishing location, and fish size. Choosing the perfect fly rod is not a simple decision. There are numerous brands, sizes and styles to choose form. Continue reading
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Crankbaits with longer bills run deeper and have a wider wobble than lures with small bills. For better depth control, use a lighter weight line, but not too light, at least 10 pound test or better.
One of the great challenges of striper fishing is that they use so much of a lakes real estate. Unlike most freshwater fish that are more inclined to relate to cover or structure, or even a particular depth, stripers might be almost anywhere, within a body of water. What striper fishermen have going for them, is that stripers are very mobile and very aggressive. Their movement increases the likelihood that they will find you even if you cannot find them. Continue reading
The ice fishing population of the Field-N-Water take ice fishing seriously and believe in giving the hard water fisherman the best review on Strikemaster Lazer. So shop no further. Because you will discover that we list Strikemaster Lazer on the Field-N-Water. Now on our ice fishing blog you can find a Strikemaster Lazer with one click of the mouse. We make it that trouble-free. Continue reading
Hello trappers! #Trapping months is upon us and now is the time period to stock up on your #trappingsupplies. With fur prices somewhat on the rise in North America, it’s no question more and more sportsmen are resorting to trapping as a source of supplement income. Trapping for fur has long been a tradition in the United States and Canada for hundreds of years. But with that said it has been turning out to be more and more difficult for the trapper to find places to trap, as the landscape of North America is being swept away by growth. Not to mention that more and more land is being posted every day. One of the challenges trappers must climb over is the ever modifying state laws on trapping. States like Massachusetts for instance have basically banned trapping for fur or have made it challenging to trap. Nevertheless, we here at Field-N-water are convinced in fur harvest and as a result we bring you the 330 Conibear that we find are suitable for use in trapping animals. Continue reading