Going On A Fishing Charter

Posted on January 19, 2016. Filed under: Fishing, Fishing Waders Pro | Tags: , , , , |

Going on A Fishing Charter is now one of the most popular ways to enjoy fishing. Charter Fishing is really popular with a steady flow people already. Weather you salt water of fresh water fish a fishing charter can be enjoyed by the whole family. First introduced in the late 1700s fishing charters has reached its level of popularity to the extent that even young kids are enthralled to join such an activity.

Fishing charters are a fun and enjoyable way to spend time with family and friends Plan a charter for all of them and experience the thrill and excitement of watching a school of fish run after your baits.

Here is a list of the things that you should remember to have when you are planning to go on a fishing charter.

• You must have a fishing license so that you will be authorized to take or possess either saltwater or freshwater fish. Always obey state and federal regulations. Securing a fishing license also contributes to ensuring the future of fishing in the state where you be fishing.

• It is also advisable that we wear soft soled shoes. Fishing Shoes or wading boots with a lugged sole are best.

• Being on a charter means being exposed to the sun so you should not forget to have your sunglasses, sunscreen and a good hat with you for protection.

• Don’t forget the coolers. This is for the fish that you are going to catch. It will help keep the freshness of the fish. You do not want to have a spoiled fish right? You want to be able to enjoy them later.

• Check the weather forecast a few days before and the day of. You should always expect a sudden change of condition. But you should always remember to bring your rain gear for special purposes.

Well, what else should you bring?

Depending on the how long your charter will be. Food and drinks for everyone unless already furnished by the charter. You will be out there in the middle of the sea or lake so you better bring enough food and beverage for all of you.

Don’t forget your camera to take pictures so you will have something to share when you get home. Be sure that you have all of these things to have a really great trip.

There are a lot of fishing charters that could offer you a great time. You may check their websites for information or you may also ask some friends of where’s the best, if they are also into charter fishing. Find a charter now and go fishing, it is one way of comforting yourself and to spend precious time with your friends and family.

Visit us on-line at www.fishingwaderspro.com for all your fishing product needs.

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Our Holiday Sales Specials are Starting Today!! Adding New Products Daily!!

Posted on November 13, 2012. Filed under: fishing products, Holiday Sales | Tags: , , , , , , |

  Helping you select the best fishing products for your outings. I just wanted to let you know that you can now grab the most popular Abu Garcia and Daiwa Combos!!  Order Yours Today!!  Our Holiday Sales Specials are Starting Today!! Don’t fight the crowds on Black Friday. Visit us online at www.fishingwaderspro.com Today!!
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Seeking Fishing Product Suppliers, Distributors, Wholesalers Located in U. S.

Posted on October 10, 2012. Filed under: fishing products, Fishing Waders Pro, Online Retailers | Tags: , , , , , , |

We Are Growing Again!!

Fishing Waders Pro  is Seeking Fishing Product Suppliers, Distributors, and Wholesalers Located in U. S. Only.  We are expanding our product base to offer our customer a wider selection of the following products. Dropshippers are also welcome.

Fishing Waders     Wading Shoes/Boots   Rubber Boots  Fishing Vest    Fishing Lures/Baits  Rod Reel Combos  SaltWater Combos  Fishing Reels     Bigwater Reels

Fishing Rods   Rod Holders   Rod Racks   Fishing Line  Tackle Boxes    Fishing Accessories   Electronics (Dept Finders, GPS, Fish Finders, Safety)  Marine Products (Boating, Trolling motors, Accessories, Safety)

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Fly Fishing Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow

Posted on April 5, 2012. Filed under: fishing products, fishing waders, Fishing Waders Pro, Fly Fishing | Tags: , , , , , , |

There are many different kinds of fly fishing rods, reels, fly line and flies available today. From your bamboo poles of yesterday to your advance models of today. Fly Fishing has really evolved over the years.

In North America fishing anglers are thought to be the first to have used artificial flies for bass. Developed after fly patterns for trout and salmon fishing, patterns were adapted into specific flies for brass. Anglers fishing for brass developed the popper fly, which is still used today. Many early anglers developed new fly patterns and wrote about the sport, increasing the popularity of fly fishing in the United States as a whole. Fly Fishing peaked in the 1920’s in the northeast and Midwestern United States.

Fly tackle has evolved over the years as well. Lines were made of silk or horse hair. They were light enough to use with a long fly fishing rod allowing the wind to do most of the work. With the introduction of new woods such as greenheart and bamboo, it was possible to cast files into the wind on silk lines. American rod builders developed techniques for making bamboo rods. Thin stripes were cut and glued together to make a light, strong rod with a solid core, that was better than anything that proceeded them. In the 1950’s the development of fiberglass rods, synthetic fly lines and monofilament leaders revived the popularity of fly fishing in the United States.

Fly reels were improved as well. From the mechanically simple, a storage place for your fly line and backing to the more advance models of today. In order to tire the fish, anglers simply applied hand pressure to the rim of the spool, called palming the rim. Many modern reels still use this design with a clicking mechanism which makes both a noise and provides light spool braking to prevent overruns. Today fly reels are available in many different brands from Crystal River, Cortland, Scientific Angler, Okuma and Super fly just to mention a few. Fly Rods are available from Hurricane Redbone, Cortland, Cahill, Lamiglas and more. Fly Fishing Combos are available from Okuma, Super Fly, Crystal River and more.

Many different techniques are used in fly fishing. Fly fishing for trout is a very popular sport, and can be done using any technique and any general type of flies. Many of the techniques were first adapted from fishing for trout. There is a misconception that fly fishing for trout is done on the surface with dry flies. Trout feeds below the surface majority of the time and usually come to the surface only when there is a large bug hatch. The only exceptions are during the summer months and on smaller mountain streams. Fishing in cold water. In order to deceive wary trout or reach deep runs of salmon anglers sometime need to wade into the current. Anglers will need sure footing and insulation from the cold water. Hip waders for shallow waters or chest waders for deeper water are best. The two main types are one piece boot foot waders or stocking foot waders that require wading shoes or boots.

Saltwater fly fishing is done with heavier tackle, both to handle the larger, more powerful fish and to cast larger heavier flies. Wet flies that look like bait fish, crabs, or poppers are used. Species caught include bonefish, redfish or red drum, tuna, striped brass, salmon and marlin. Offshore species are usually attracted to the boat by chumming with small baitfish and trolling back and forth in a large area.

Fly Fishing Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow will continue to evolve and be a sport enjoyed by all. Choosing a fly fishing rod, reel and the flies can be as exciting and informative as the fishing trip itself.

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We Have lowered Our Prices for This Month’s Specials!

Posted on November 3, 2011. Filed under: fishing products, Fishing Waders Pro, Surf Fishing | Tags: , , , , , , , |

Checkout out latest Specials in our Featured Item Section at:  http://www.fishingwaderspro.com or Click here to view our latest Ebay Listing.

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