Im thinkin about getting the South Bend Worm Gear Fishing Rod and Spinning Reel Combo off of amazon. I was wondering how much weight i can put on the standard reel. Lookin to catch big fish without the line snapping. Any suggestions of type of line and what test lbs. Want it to cast freely still and not get tangled up.
also is this a good rod to use?
I’m looking for advice on equipment and accersories that would be good to have. I live in Los Angeles so I have freshwater, pier and deep sea fishing all available to me. Are the reel and rods that work for all conditions or would I need different equipment for different locations?
Another question, what is the difference between spinning, trollling, casting, and spincast reels?
If Sam Stevens and four other friends want to schedule a 6 hour fishing trip on Lake Ontario with Reel Easy Sport Fishing. The cost for five people is $445. The cost for six people is 510. How much money per person will Sam and each of his friends save if they can find one more friend to go on their fishing trip? Assume that they will split the total cost equally.
The water varies from 3 – 12′ in depth. I have an #8 rod setup with a large diameter spool. Will be up against various winds and currents. The flies are tied on #1 hooks and go up to 3/0. (Serious) Seeking advice on line & leader types from experienced fly fishermen. Thanks.