The Tackle for Bait-casting
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The Tackle for Bait-casting

The Tackle for Bait-casting




      

The Tackle for Bait-casting


The Tackle for Bait-casting

First-class sport in angling for any game fish is essentially a matter of the tackle and methods employed. As noted above the present great and increasing interest in the black bass and in fishing for him may be attributed largely to the introduction and very general adoption of the short bait-casting rod. Fly-fishing for black bass, since by far the greater part of bass angling is done in lakes—and lake fly-fishing for bass is not apt to be very productive—is difficult to find of a quality good enough to hold the angler's interest permanently. Where good fly-fishing for bass in running water may be had, that method would properly be preferred to bait-casting by the expert with the fly-rod. Barring this, bait-casting with the short casting rod and free running reel is the most intrinsically interesting of all bass fishing methods and one calculated to afford reasonable sport under almost all conditions.

The writer has elsewhere discussed bait-casting tackle at some length ("Fishing Kits and Equipment"), but in view of the fact that the required tackle and the correct way of casting with it are not nearly as well understood among anglers in general as the tackle and methods for fly-casting, it seems best to include here a few notes on the casting rod, the casting reel and other bait-casting equipment, together with suggestions in regard to the use of the rod in casting.

Camp, Samuel Granger. The Fine Art of Fishing. New York: Outing Pub., 1911. Print.

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