• Mono vs. Braid: Which Is Best for Spinning Rods?

    Mono vs. Braid: Which Is Best for Spinning Rods?
    If you’re in the market for your next — or first! — set of fishing supplies, you’ll have found two basic types of lines: monofilament and braided lines. There’s also fluorocarbon, but that’s for another day. These two are the most common types of fishing lines you’ll find for spinning rods. They have their differences, but it’s often a question of which one trumps...
  • How to Rig Charlie's Ribbon Tail Swimming Worm

    How to Rig Charlie's Ribbon Tail Swimming Worm
    Captain Mike Jones shows you how to rig Charlie's Ribbon Tail Swimming Worms with a bobber stopper, weight, and a straight shank hook. Charlie Infiger started selling his patented 8" swimming worm to local bait and tackle shops around Lake Okeechobee over 40 years ago and we're still making the same killer worms today.
  • How to Tie a Uni Knot

    How to Tie a Uni Knot
    The Uni Knot, is one of the most versatile, strongest, and simplest knots to tie. Losing a fish to knot failure can be frustrating. Not only is it goodbye dinner, but you can forget about ever seeing your lure, hooks or expensive leads and fluorocarbon leaders again. One knot failure can cost upwards of fifty bucks or more in lost gear. It’s a disaster...
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