One of the most important yet overlooked safety precautions is protecting your eyesight. That said, it’s imperative to approach selecting your eyewear as you would any other tool in the sport.
It can be said that a man is only as good as the tools he uses. This isn’t a completely true statement; however there is a lot of truth to be taken from this statement. Tools don’t define how good you can be at something, and good tools will never be the only reason you’re able to beat others in a competition, but when your skill level is close to the person you’re competing with, having proper tools in sports like professional bass fishing can make all the difference, even if it’s only sight.
You’ve probably heard talk about how important having the right gear is. This can range from everything you would be expected to bring to a fishing trip, such as a tackle box, a sturdy, high quality fishing rod, and everything else associated. But one thing that doesn’t get talked about as often as I personally think it deserves to, is the topic of fishing specific eyewear. Namely, a quality pair of the best polarized fishing sunglasses.
If you’ve been researching fishing rods, a common question that crops up is the difference between fiberglass and carbon (also known as graphite) rods when used with a spinning reel. Each material has its benefits and drawbacks in different situations, so here’s our thoughts on decoding which is the best material for your type of fishing.
We’ve consulted Fisk Gear’s in-house cicerone on the best beer pairings for different types of bait and lures. Actually, I kind of doubt his cicerone credentials, but it’s my cousin, Bob, and mom said we have to be nice. Before your next fishing trip, be sure to check for your bait below to pick the right corresponding beer for the job!
One of the most significant invasive species concerns in North America is Kentucky Lake and Lake Barkley. Asian carp have taken hold of these two fisheries and made them their own.