There are two types of anglers: the casual angler who goes out on sunny Saturday afternoons and hopes for a good bite, and the serious angler, who goes out whenever possible and lives to put more fish in the boat.
For serious anglers, a few hours of fishing with a nibble or two is not enough. They use high-quality gear, study the latest fishing techniques, wear only the best performance fishing apparel available, and expect excellent results from every trip.
If you are the type of angler who demands the best, make sure you are wearing excellent fishing apparel from Gillz. With advanced materials and sophisticated designs, our shirts help you get the most from a long day on the water.
Fly-fishing is the art of fishing that involves light tackle, called “flies”, a thick, specialized line, and a specifically designed rod and reel. The basic goal of fly-fishing is to attract fish that are feeding on small bait at or near the top of the water.
While most people hear the words “fly-fishing” and automatically think of trout streams coming down from the Rocky Mountains, the technique can be used in nearly every location, including lakes and saltwater flats.
Anglers have used fly-fishing to catch salmon, pan fish, bass, musky, carp, tarpon, bonefish, redfish, striped bass, and more, so no matter where you live, you can enjoy this amazing sport.
Did you have a good year of fishing in 2015? Was it a year of trophies and full live-wells or 12 months of frustration and boredom?
Whether you had a banner year or a year to forget, you can increase your fishing success in 2016 by adding a few new techniques. Try these simple and practical fishing strategies and 2016 may be your best year on the water.