Hooks, Lines and Sinkers

Hooks and sinkers are part of a host of items that are described as terminal tackle. Despite their simple function, their design is often complex and there are innumerable variations available, each designed for a particular purpose. Work our your fishing preferences, then find the particular combinations to suit your needs. The golden rule is to keep it simple. Hooks Hooks used for fishing range from size 14 to size 1 in the smaller sizes, the larger number designating the smaller hook. Larger hooks range upwards from size 1/10 to 20/0. Specialised......

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Rods and Reels

Rods and Reels

The perfect fishing outfit will be chosen for a certain style of fishing while retaining some versatility. The rod will be neither too heavy nor light for the line and vice versa, and the...


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Freshwater Fishing

Freshwater Fishing

To many, fly fishing is the pinnacle of fishing, the consummate battle between a skilled and patient angler and a noble opponent. But fly fishing is just one of the wide variety of freshwater...


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Rock and Beach Fishing

Rock and Beach Fishing

The ocean shorelines afford land-based anglers great opportunities. Rocky ledges and headlands all along the coast interspersed with long stretches of beach, often away from population centres, provide a fishing paradise for anglers. Rock...


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Estuary and Bay Fishing

Estuary and Bay Fishing

Estuary and bay anglers fish from land, from land-based structures such as piers, wharves, jetties and bridges, or from boats. Estuaries exist in bays, inlets, lakes, lagoons and tidal rivers, whoever fresh water meets...


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