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Fishing for largemouth bass on topwater can be exciting but tricky for the experienced angler. When fishing on topwater, check out the surroundings and vegetation near the lake. Largemouth bass are attracted to what is naturally occurring in their surroundings. So grab your Abu Garcia fishing reel and choose a lure that looks natural.
One lure that looks natural and is being used by many bass anglers is the new frog-style plastic lure. This lure looks like a frog creature and its legs make a whipping sound as it is reeled through the water. This lure also comes in different colors so the angler can match the lure to the surroundings and vegetation of the lake.
This high performance reels holds up to the fighting largemouth bass while fishing in a boat. However, if the boat is not available, bank fishing is extremely enjoyable because of the Pflueger President Spinning Reel’s casting ability. Casting is made easy because of the titanium line guide and a one-way clutch in this reel.
This reel can also be used in saltwater or freshwater fishing holes. So if bass is not the favorite, this reel has been known to bring in walleye, catfish, snapper, or redfish. No matter what the catch, this reel is strong, lightweight, and dependable and its drag is extremely smooth. This reel performs well and is a great value for the money.
A great advantage of using spinning reels is that they are stationary. This means, when using a spinning reel, the spool will not get tangled when you are casting. This keeps the line even, when it’s in the water. To move the line backwards you just flip the spool into the reverse position.
Attachments that many fishers use are leaders and swivels. These attachments help when you are looking to change your lures in a timely manner. These also help when you are casting your line into the water.