Founded in 1936 by Lauri Rapala, Rapala is synonymous with top of the line fishing gear, accessories, and lures. Their balsa wood minnow known as the “Original Floater” remains one of the favorite lures of fishermen and was the main culprit in many anglers’ favorite stories of the one that got away that was often recited by their grandfather.
Just like many other anglers, I have had plenty of rods snap when ice fishing. It’s usually there from having a fish on the line or poor handling of the rod causing it to snap in two. One way to prevent such a disaster is by securing the rod within a protective case.
It’s a peaceful autumn day; you’re sitting in your boat on a lake that is so calm it looks like a sheet of glass. You’ve had a few bites, but nothing significant. You decide it give it one last shot before trying a different spot.
Fresh air, the tranquility of nature, the excitement surrounding a big splash, the adrenaline from reeling in your catch, there is nothing that soothes the soul quite like fishing. Although this majestic moment spent with nature is relaxing, catching the “big one” can make the experience even more enjoyable.
Fishing for pike is one of the greatest joys that an angler can have. They are tough, aggressive, physical fish who are at the top of their food chain and they are known to put up a great fight. Pikes are Holarctic meaning that they can be found in most areas around the globe.
A lot of anglers desire to know what the most effective lure color for fishing bass is. Taking into account the fact that the market of fishing tackles is full of lures of multiple colors, there arises a problem to make the right choice. But it’s not as difficult as it seems. You should only consider a few factors. And the first is the habitude of bass.