Fishing line for light tackle inshore lure fishing

By Capt. Bill Watkins

 

K.I.S.S., or keep it simple stupid, is a motto that I try to adhere to when fishing. Since I am just of average intelligence I have found that it is counter-productive to get entangled in the scientific application of metallurgy, polymers, plastics, spectra fibers, carbon fibers, or any other material used in the making of fishing tackle. It is enough for me to know that a rod or reel will hold up under the rigors of hard fishing, day after day, year after year. If a reel is very smooth and casts well that is great.

 

If a reel is very smooth and casts well that is great. If a rod is very sensitive and works well for the species and size of fish that I am angling for, great again. Just so that either will not explode in my hand while fighting said fish. It doesn’t matter to me what manufacturing process is used to produce the tool or what material it is made from.

 

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