Silver tone metal fishing rod tip top roller guide, with 4mm inner diameter mounting hole.Roller guides help guide the fishing line and create less friction on the line when the rod is bent in a sharp arch.Typically used on big game fishing and trolling for marlin and shark, also can be used on some spin casting and bait casting fishing poles.Good performance, lasting lubrication, elegant appearance, wonderful replacement for fishing lovers.
This program takes the fear and intimidation out of fishing for women who want to learn to fish or those that want to improve the skills they have. Hosted by women to deliver topics from a woman's point of view. This program covers it all from tackle to landing to cleaning your catch of the day. Women enjoy fishing just as much as men, but often feel intimidated or overwhelmed when it comes to learning the basic fishing skills. This program provides easy to understand examples and techniques with women anglers in the starring roles! Subjects covered include: Safety & responsible boating, fishing basics, tackle, rods & reels, knots & rigs, bait & lure selection, inshore, nearshore, offshore fishing, playing the fish, fish cleaning tips, and Much More! Plus downloadable forms, your boating profile, pre-launch checklist, float plans & recipes.
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This fly fishing video teaches you everything you need to know about catching trout on stonefly imitations including the various families of stoneflies, where they are found, when and how the trout feed on them and how to go about imitating them. It is the most complete fly fishing dvd ever done on this subject. Everyone loves to fish the larger, easy to see and easy to identify stonefly imitations. Presented correctly, at the right time and place, stonefly imitations can account for some of the largest trout taken. The stonefly nymph and adult stages of all the important species of stoneflies life cycles are covered. It includes scenes from stonefly hatches most anglers have never witnessed. All the proven techniques that bring success in imitating these flies are demonstrated in this fly fishing video. Of the various stages of the stonefly s life, the nymph is most important. By far, more stonefly, nymphs are eaten by trout than the full, grown adults. Most of all, in terms of importance, is the presentation of the stonefly nymph. Generally speaking, if you are fishing on or very near the bottom, you are fishing correctly. If not, it may not matter at all how close the imitation is, you are probably not going to do well at all. This fly fishing dvd shows you how to go about catching trout on imitations of both stages of life. Nymphs crawl to the shoreline and crawl out on the banks to emerge. This migration from their locations in the riffles and runs to the shore is the time they are most subject to being eaten by a trout. The trout may key in on this migration prior to a large hatch of stoneflies and position themselves nearer the banks than they normally do in any given stream. This means that the best time to fish the nymphs are prior to hatch although trout can be taken to some degree year round on nymphs. The adults mate on the ground and vegetation on the shore, not in the air like most other aquatic insects. During the day, stoneflies tend to stay hidden under leaves and limbs of streamside vegetation. They are generally not available to trout until they begin their eggs laying process. Most species dip their abdomens into the water to lay their eggs, although some specie may crawl into the water to lay their eggs and other laid them above the surface of the water. The eggs laying process usually occurs most often just before dark. The adults, like the nymphs, vary greatly in size and color. The shapes are all about the same, with a few exceptions. This means that often you can get by with attractor or suggestive imitations of the adults as long as the size and color are close. Specific or imitative patterns will probably work best in most cases, however.
Produced in association with BOATING MAGAZINE, this excellent program provides sixty great tips on boat maintenance including how to remove stains from fiberglass, wood, stainless steel, brass and other common surfaces. DVD training makes it easy! Interactive menus allow quick and easy chapter review and allow you to go to a specific location time and time again. Subjects Covered Include: winter lay-ups, spring start-ups, diesel & gasoline engine maintenance, refinishing scratches, polishing, waxing, safety equipment, electronic maintenance. The DVD program provides detailed step-by-step lessons that allow you to go to a specific application lesson time & time again.
Go along with Babe as he teaches the methods and techniques that will dramatically improve your fishing skills. You will learn the when's, where's, and how to's that will make your time on the water more productive. The "Facts of Fishing" video library is filled with hard hitting facts and easy-to-follow graphics. Each tape covers a variety of patterns that will help you catch fish under all kinds of conditions. This video's topics cover: * Bill Bindelman – A Fishing Legend * The Great Lakes Walleye Breakthrough * Creating a Walleye Bonanza * Dr. Loren Hill – pH & the Walleye * A Unique Pattern for Big "Weed Walleyes" * Porkin' Out Walleyes – A Totally New System * Walleye Secrets from Around the World.
Fishing Florida's Space Coast
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More than 50 million freshwater anglers and 22 million saltwater anglers in North America are all looking for ways to tip the odds in their favor for catching their favorite fish species. They need to look no further.
Catch more carp with – fly fishing?!
Even though all fishermen are liars, this humorous and fact-filled book about how to fish for carp is loaded with fishing tricks, fly fishing tips, and timeless advice from the fishing masters. If you like John Gierach and Rob Buffler, you’ll love Adam Dailey-McIlrath’s take on fly casting for carp. Adam (FishingDojo.com) teaches you how to fish like a kung-fu master teaches his students.