I haven't caught any bluefish b4 but I've caught ladyfish on small jigs. spoons work pretty well for just about anything (I recomend a krocodile) and that's ...more about all I know! ohh sand fleas are also..
3-6in gills are pretty small for flatheads but will catch channels easily and flats. A 3in gill is small so use a small hook. Don't go putting an 11/0 in a 3in ...more bait or it may kill it 😉 @SwampMafia
Either should work just fine. For best results match your hook to your bait. The bigger hook will work for 6"+ sunfish and bullheads. The 6/0 should be good ...more for medium sunfish and medium cut baits.
Circle hooks are still not a standard size across all brands. I use 11/0 mustad circles and they are about 1" around. I have caught some channels and blues ...more that are less than 12" all the way up to big
I use the Moss Green the majority of the time because it blends in with the water better. Camo is good for stained to muddy water. If using 20-30lb braid, it's ...more the diameter of 6-8lb mono, so I..
Well, think of it this way: you've used PP, you've used SuperSlicks, try the Sufix 832 and form your opinion from there. We can all say this and that, it's ...more ultimately what you feel comfortable with 😉
Depends on the size of the spool you want. I get it for $17 for a 150 yard spool. Might be a little different where you are located. Have never had a problem with ...more 832, unless it is my own fault haha
None of those. Go with Sufix 832. Probably the smoothest casting and most sensitive braid I've ever used. Takes a lot of abuse before it even remotely starts ...more to fray. Spiderwire is my 2nd choice 😉
I used PowerPro for many years now. Saw the slicks a few months ago and decided to try then out. Threw it in the trash after 2 trips. Break easily and does not hold ...more up. Get the original PowerPro
You can always use a long fluoro leader in clear conditions. Just don't make the mistake of going too heavy on the braid for the type of fishing you do. PP Super ...more Slick or Spiderwire Invisibraid!
@Dreed97 I agree with what's been said above about mono, it's a very versatile way to get started, and I still use mono on several of my largemouth spinning ...more setups. I like 12 lb Berkeley Transoptic.
I use mono over fluro just because of the price and my opinion is that fluro isent that much greater than mono. I know all of its bennifits but for starting out ...more just stick to mono and try fluro later
It all depends on where and what you fish. They both have separate advantages braid has no stretch or memory and a thin diameter but is easily visible but fluro ...more is invisible and is sensitive and
I like a 30-50 pound braid for pulling fish out of the nastiest of cover. Flouro is most affective at 10-14 pound for hard baits. But you can go as high as 20-25 ...more if you are fishing a jig with it.
It having more hook-set power due to having no stretch over long distance hook-ups. Fluoro has it's purpose too. It is practically invisible so it works out ...more great when fishing clear water. It's also..
Both have their place as does mono. I throw braid for flipping heavy cover to yank those fish out of all kings of thick vegetation. I also use braid for frogging ...more and throwing buzzbaits because of...
Flouro has it's application, but I have been broke off on Flouro too many times! Starting out keep it simple. Awesome line and reasonable cost. And you will ...more have plenty to respool later! @Dreed97
Heavy cover and largemouth I like braid. For smallmouth I will exclusively use fluorocarbon in 6-12 lb. a good rule of thumb is the clearer the water the lighter ...more the line. Hope this helps. Tight lines