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Tips for Selecting Fishing Tackle
There are countless options when it comes to selecting poles, reels, and terminal tackle for your fishing trip. The following are some tips to help you pick out the best fishing tackle for your needs.

Tip #1: Start With a Good Fishing Rod and Reel
You will want to begin shopping for fishing supplies by picking out a good rod and reel. Remember that there are different rods and reels to suit your fishing needs. An ocean fishing rod is very different from a fly fishing rod. All rods should be flexible but strong. The reaction time – or how quickly it straightens after being bent – is a major factor in rod selection. Quicker rods will bend toward the tip of the rod. For reels, there are open and enclosed styles. Enclosed styles are better for beginners, though it is more difficult to fix twisted and tangled line. Don’t forget to add a high quality line to your rod and reel combo.

Tip #2: Size is Very Important
Generally, you want to select the lightest bait that will work in your angling environment. You can always add sinkers later if your bait isn’t drifting close enough to the bottom. When it comes to hooks, don’t go too big. A smaller hook can catch a larger fish than it is intended for, so it is better to underestimate your hook size rather than overestimate it.

Tip #3: Tailor Your Gear to the Fish You are Hoping to Catch
Some fish will eat almost anything, while other fish are very picky. If you’re hoping to catch a particular type of fish, you will want to do a little research to find out what kind of bait or lure that species is partial to. After you have some experience fishing in a certain area, you can start making your own observations about lures and bait.

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Deep South Outfitters Write review for this local business
4700 Cahaba River Rd, Birmingham, AL 35243
(205) 969-3868  
G & R Plastics Inc Write review for this local business
425 Carson Rd N, Birmingham, AL 35215
(205) 853-0603  
Action Plastics Write review for this local business
3927 Valley East Industrial Dr, Birmingham, AL 35217
(205) 856-9991  
A and A Tackle Write review for this local business
2921 Decatur Hwy, Gardendale, AL 35071
(205) 631-1131  
Sims Bait Manufacturing Write review for this local business
20 Commerce Ave, Bessemer, AL 35023
(205) 497-1102  
D and D Custom Fishing Rods Write review for this local business
278 High Pine Rd, Ashland, AL 36251
(256) 252-8877  
Valmonte Tackle Shop Write review for this local business
7001 Val Monte Dr, Guntersville, AL 35976
(256) 582-3405  
Slapout Bait Tackle Write review for this local business
1165 Lightwood Rd, Deatsville, AL 36022
(334) 543-4847  
JC's Gun & Tackle Shop of Huntsville Inc Write review for this local business
1650 Jordan Ln NW, Huntsville, AL 35816
(256) 830-0761  
Coosa Company Inc The Write review for this local business
313 N 5th Ave SW, Rome, GA 30165
(706) 291-0199  

A number of professionals work for wholesale fishing tackle manufacturers and distributors. This can be a very busy and exciting line of work. In this field, you can expect to deal with a wide assortment of fishing lures, lines, hooks, rods, reels and tackle boxes. In this day and age, there are so many options for the sport of fishing, regardless of whether it involves fresh water or saltwater. Since there are so many retail shops and stores that specialize in fishing tackle, accessories and equipment, there is a great need for wholesale dealers in this industry.

It is important to know your way around the various fishing tackle supplies and gear when you work in this wholesale business. This means you may need some on-the-job training in order to get started in this line of work. It will help you learn all about fly fishing poles, which do not have swivel rods, as well as simple supplies like cheap spinners, orange or red floating bobbers, large fishing nets, and even live bait for bass and trout fishing. Since you will have to handle a variety of questions regarding lures, different grades of fishing line, small and large hooks, as well as high-end rods and reels on a daily basis, it certainly pays to know the products you are manufacturing and selling.

You will likely work with a variety of fishing tackle equipment store owners and managers. These are the professionals you will be selling cheap and high-end supplies and accessories to daily.




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