Everyone has their sports and their hobbies, and with each of those comes the joy and excitement of buying new gear and equipment. There are new reels, rods, lures, line and all other kinds of accessories. When there are so many new products that come to market year after year how can you be sure which ones are the best for you and your style of fishing. Each brand always claims that they have come up with the latest and greatest invention and that they product is the best. So how can you clear through all the marketing and ads and find what is best for you? We have comprised a list of some of the best new products that will be coining to market soon so that you can make an education decision as to what you are going to add to your collection of gear and equipment.
Firstly, there is Penn’s new Torque II spinning reel. This reel features an IPX6 sealed system so that water stays out the gearbox and drag system. The main gear, pinion and oscillation gears are individually machined for exact tolerances and the Torque II comes in various sizes, all starting at less than seven hundred dollars.
Next there is the St. Croix Mojo Jig Rods, they have been tested all the way up and down the coast, from New England to the Gulf Coast. This is a strong rod indeed, it has been tested and can easily hoist up any large fish. Made from a blend of SCII graphite it is lightweight and features Fuji reel seats and Sea Guide guides. They come in various sizes and cost about two hundred dollars.
The Halco Max 190 Hard-Body Lure is one of the best hard-body lures on the market. It is trollable up to 24 knots or castable. It comes in a variety of colours and now in 190 sizes, which was voted the Best New Hard Body Lure and it truly is. One of the best items you could add to your tackle box this year.
Lastly, let’s talk about fishing line and the best available now. When it comes to fishing line, the Seaguar Rippin’ Monofilament Line is what you want. For those who prefer using monofilament this is the perfect line for the. It has the most superior knot and tensile strength while still remaining soft and supple. As well as having the Level Wind technology, which spools the line by laying it side by side without crossing. And it comes in at less than fifteen dollars a spool.
Regardless of whether you are a novice fisherman or the most experienced man on the water, having the right gear and equipment can make all the difference to your catch and your overall enjoyment while out on the water. So, with these few tips on the best products on the market you will no doubt be able to stock up and have a fruitful fishing season.