Rusty tackle is a challenge for most anglers for obvious reasons. Whether you fish saltwater or freshwater, it’s not unusual to grab your tackle box and find that rust has creeped in and left you with damaged tackle. That’s the bad news. The good news is that there is a solution. Plano Rustrictor Stowaway is the first of its kind to block rust and stops corrosion five times longer than any other tackle box on the market today.
The off-season presents the perfect time to go through gear, take inventory and replace stock before spring.
Fall signals some of the best fishing of the year. It can also mean rapidly changing conditions in the weather and water. You may need to adapt quickly and look for clues to make sure your day on the water is successful.
I will be the first to admit it. I used to trade in the fishing rods for my compound bow when mid-September arrived. That was before I caught musky fever.
The key to fall fishing success is recognizing that fish respond to the changing temps, often by moving deeper. To stay on fish, you need to be flexible as well.
Saltwater can have disastrous effects on fishing tackle. Even hooks and other terminal tackle made for saltwater should still be protected. I need a rugged, waterproof and reliable option to protect my gear day in and day out.