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Cinnetic Fishing Tackle is a Spanish brand of tackle specialising in surf casting rods and reels and over the past few years they have arrived at our shores. John Popplewell takes a look at the powerful 4.5 metre Cinnetic CrossThe post Cinnetic Cross Power Evolution Heavy Surf Review appeared first on Planet Sea Fishing.
Legendary angler, Lefty Kreh, has passed away at the age of 93. Kreh was a pioneer of saltwater fishing, reinvented fly casting, and designed one of the most well-known flies of all time: Lefty’s Deceiver. There are many great tributes … more →
In the fifth episode of season two of RIO’s “How To” series, RIO brand manager Simon Gawesworth explains and demonstrates the basics of Spey casting with a single handed rod. “Many fly fishers believe that Spey casting is a tool … more →
Providing surf anglers with its latest technology for long-casting spinning reels, Shimano introduces a new line-up of Ultegra CI4+ reels Read more →The post Shimano introduces new Ultegra CI4+ XTC Surf Reels appeared first on On The Water.
When nymphing or fishing streamers, “there are three options for weight,” writes Domenick Swentosky, “just the right amount, overweight or underweight.” In this article he outlines situations where each would be your best bet on the water. Via Troutbitten. In this … more →
Kangle Fishing Tackle is continually expanding its PE braided line offering and will be showing off its latest developments at China Fish. At last year’s event, the company introduced WP 9, a nine strand that was developed to improve casting. It utilises a brand new method of production that includes parallel weaving. This increases the […]The post Kangle set to unveil latest PE developments appeared first on Angling International.
In this video from the Game Angling Instructors’ Association, Lindsay Moore demonstrates a common casting fault: tailing loops. Learn more here about how to identify this common casting mistake as well as techniques for improving your cast. A federal lawsuit … more →
Streamers are go-to patterns when fishing for stripers, and “As always, you should brush up on tying ‘classic’ patterns like Deceivers and Clousers,” writes Vince Battista, “but you should also your hand at crafting your own streamers.” Learn about some of the best … more →
Interesting thoughts from SaltStrong on pre-loading a lure rod by starting the cast on the back swing. Loading the rod on the back swing, like fly rod casting, helps with both distance and accuracy. The forward action is similar toThe post Pre-Loading The Lure Rod appeared first on Planet Sea Fishing.
Casting for Your Supper? Here are the Best-Tasting Fish to Catch There’s something primal and satisfying about wresting supper from the sea with your...[[ follow the link to see the full post ]]