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Questions to Ask a Bait & Tackle Store

If you are planning to go fishing, you will need to equip yourself with the right gear. A knowledgeable bait and tackle sales person can help you find whatever you need. The following are a few questions you should consider asking when shopping for fishing tackle.

  • What type of rod should I buy?
    Depending on what fish you are trying to catch, you will need a rod with a certain length and strength. For example, if you are going carp or catfish fishing, you will need a heavy-duty rod because carp and catfish are very large, strong fish. Also, if you are going fly fishing, the store can recommend a lightweight rod that can cast long distances.

  • What type of line do I need?
    It is a good idea to ask about lines, so you can find one that will fit your purposes. For example, fly fishing requires special weighted lines. It is important to use the right line, so your line does not snap while you are reeling in your fish.

  • What type of bait or lures would you recommend for the fish I am trying to catch?
    Different fish will be attracted to different baits and lures. The professionals at your bait and tackle shop can recommend the right fresh, frozen, or plastic bait for bass, perch, salmon, or any other fish you want to catch.

  • Do you know of any good fishing spots nearby?
    The professionals at your bait and tackle shop may be able to tell you where the local fishing spots are for bass, trout, or carp. Some lakes have catch-and-release policies, so make sure to ask about this if you plan to keep your fish.
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    If you love fishing, consider opening your own tackle and bait shop. You could sell everything from rods to lures and bait to help your clients catch the biggest fish.

    You could sell a variety of tackle or gear, such as poles and reels. You could also sell hooks, lines, lures and even tackle boxes. You might also consider selling or renting out boats and kayaks.

    Your customers will be interested in both saltwater and freshwater fishing. This means you should carry the right supplies for a fly fisherman going after trout. You should also carry bait for carp, bass and even catfish. You can sell both live and frozen bait so that you have something for everyone.

    To open your own shop you should know everything about the sport of fishing. This means understanding all aspects of deep sea and lake fishing. You need to be able to answer your customer’s questions about what fly to use, and how to catch carp or bass. They might even ask you for advice on which knot to use when attaching their lure.

    It is best to open a bait shop close to a major body of water or a popular fishing spot. Some of the best locations are in areas that have both fresh and saltwater, so that you can sell to any customer that walks in.

    Opening your own bait and tackle shop means you’ll get to spend your days talking about and being around what you love. You will get to share your passion with others and will have a career you can be proud of.




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