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What supplies and equipment do I need to start fishing?

Jorrit Wit, works at Edward Jones

Answered Jul 28, 2015

Live bait is the easiest and most things hung from a bobbin or dragged along the bottom will get eaten.  I would talk to your local fishing store and ask what works locally

Scott is right.

Depending on what kind of fish and where you go will change your total set up.

Live bait is the easiest and most things hung from a bobbin or dragged along the bottom will get eaten. I would talk to your local fishing store and ask what works locally. http://m.wikihow.com/Rig-Live-Bait

If you want to cast lures my choices if you only pick two would be a Len Thompson five of diamonds and the number for Meppss black fury. I have caught almost every type of finish locally (Southern Ontario) on those.

Here is a great site talking about some of the best performers in Canada. http://www.outdoorcanada.ca/best...

It is useful to know what the fish are eating so if you catch good-sized one look in the stomach. Note the color and size.

As long as you're not going ocean fishing you can buy a starter Spincast rod and reel for 70 to 100 bucks. Put a 8 pound test monofilament carbon line on it and that should handle most fish.

Very important is to run your fingers down the last 5 feet every time you fish or every hour or so. If you feel any abrasions that is where the line is going to break. Cut it before the fish does. My favorite knot is the Trilene knot http://www.animatedknots.com/tri... there is many other tips but make sure you get a net because a lot of fish for lost right when they are close.

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Kjartan Sigur, studied at Berea College

Answered May 20, 201

many equipment's are available for start fishing. It is totally depend on the fish which kind of fish you want.

In these days, many equipment's are available for start fishing. It is totally depend on the fish which kind of fish you want. For snook, Snook Attracting Lights are good. For other kind of fish, you can use fish attracting lights.

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Cody Assmann, Outdoor Writer (2013-present)

Answered Mar 30

One thing you’ll need to pay attention to is your fishing line. You might find this article I wrote on the subject helpful. Good luck!

4 Things to Consider When Choosing Fishing Line Weight

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