"Rapala R-Type Flippin' Cast X-F Bass Fishing Rod, 7'"
|Assembled Product Weight||1.81 lb|
|Manufacturer Part Number||RT45TR70H1|
|Fishing Rod Type||Casting Rods|
|Assembled Product Dimensions (L x W x H)||84.00 x 1.50 x 1.50 Inches|
Rapala R-Type Flippin' Cast X-F Bass Fishing Rod, 7' created rods that target specific techniques common to Bass Fishing. Flippin' Rods have been specifically designed to handle the newest baits and techniques in bass fishing today. High Modulus HM-55 graphite blank provides extreme sensitivity,...
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Gear up from Shop fishing gear for the fishing trip of a lifetime! No matter what type of fishing you enjoy, Shop fishing gear offers a large selection of quality and dependable fishing supplies. Shop online today for fishing rods, reels, or rod & reel combos. Whether you enjoy fly-fishing, saltwater fishing or are just learning to fish, Shop fishing gear has all the gear you need from the top brands.
Choosing a tackle box
A good tackle box is another necessity for keeping all your hooks, sinkers, spinners, and extra line organized and within easy reach. To choose the best tackle box for your needs, consider the following features:
Hard vs. soft: While hard boxes are classic, they can be heavy to carry around. Soft tackle boxes, or tackle bags, are an alternative. They’re lightweight and waterproof with enough room to hold multiple plastic boxes with all your lures. If you want optimal durability and fold-out trays, a hard model might be a better bet.
Size: If you’re new to the sport or you’re going fly-fishing, opting for a smaller tackle box makes solid sense. Otherwise, many experts will suggest choosing a box a little larger than you think you’ll need to give yourself plenty of room to grow.
Material: Once upon a time, metal was pretty standard. But it can dent. For hard boxes, look for molded plastic or resin. Durable nylon keeps soft tackle boxes in good shape for years to come.
Lures, Baits and Attractants
If you’re not using live bait or cut bait, you’ll want to use artificial bait or lures. Most artificial lures resemble the type of bait fish or other food, such as worms or shrimp, that the fish you’re trying to catch normally eat. These artificial baits can be scented and have metal spoons attached to them or be painted in metal flake to reflect light in the water. Other types of bait include jigs and jig heads, spoons, flies and spinnerbaits, which you can attach artificial or real bait to, and attractants to make artificial lures smell lifelike.
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Hard and soft baits: Hard baits work well when fish are active and are willing to chase something down, while soft baits have more action with less movement and look like an easy meal.
Jigs and flies: A fishing jig is a hook that can be dressed in any way to attract different types of fish. They’re often made with hair additions, silicone parts and plastic pieces. Similar to a jig, flies are used to imitate flies and other insects, which are a major part of many fish species’ diet.
Spoons and spinners: Spoons are oblong metal pieces used to reflect light to attract fish. Spinnerbaits work in a similar way to spoons, mimicking the flash and vibration of small fish or other prey.
Attractants: From spray bottles and squeeze tubes to jars and jellies, you’ll be able to find a wide variety of attractants to catch more fish. In addition to luring in fish, attractants can also mask the negative smells and tastes from your lures.
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