Homosassa charters explain the different parts of this often under-appreciated yet critical part of your fishing rig
When you read articles the web about fishing the inshore waters around Homosassa and Florida, most of what you will find is stories about what fish are in season, what they’re biting on and what rigs people are using to catch them.
You may even catch something about popular rod/reel combos and techniques anglers and charters are using at a particular time.
What you probably won’t see is much about the single most vital part of the rig – the hook.
Continue reading The Inane Anatomy of Fishing Hooks Used for Inshore Fishing
There are literally hundreds of different types of fishing coolers for sale on today’s market for every budget and just about every conceivable application.
Many factors like budget, space, where you plan on using it and more go into determining the type of cooler you should buy. If you’re looking for something that doesn’t take up any space when you’re not using it, a collapsible cooler may be what you need.
Once you’ve determined the type of cooler you’d like, you then need to determine the size that will not only accommodate all of your food, drinks and fish, but will keep them cool efficiently.
Continue reading Fishing Coolers – 10 Tips for Finding the Right Size for You
Plastics have become synonymous with everyday life in our modern era. They’re so common, we rarely give a moment’s notice to the many items with plastic in them we use multiple times a day. Whether it’s keeping our food fresh or keeping our kids’ heads safe when playing, life without plastics would be remarkably different when you stop and think about it.
The use of plastics isn’t limited to everyday household items either. Piping for homes and industry are one example, and molded prosthetic limbs help those with devastating injuries lead productive lives.
Continue reading Understanding this Everyday Material Used to Manufacture the Round Boat
Coolers are just like everything else in the fishing industry: constantly changing. Technology, cost, size and weight are all driving factors when it comes to choosing a quality cooler to not only hold the day’s catch, but to also keep the post fishing beer cold. There are soft-sided and roto-molded, 20 quarts all the way to 350 quarts, as well as tons of features and accessories! So how do you know which cooler is right for you? Continue reading Fishing Coolers