The best gear for you depends on your goals and fishing experience, says marine wildlife expert Dr Jane Kavanagh.
Dr Kavanah, who runs the Jaxon Wildlife Institute, says it’s a combination of different types of gear.
“You have to be a bit of a minimalist and really stick to what you know, what you’ve been fishing for,” she said.
The main thing is, you want to be able to fish a certain size or catch a certain fish, but you don’t want to fish too big.
She said you don,t want to rely on an automatic catch and release system.
For example, you could use a rod that has a hook that’s only 1.5 centimetres long and it will just grab the fish.
And the rod is really, really expensive.
You’re trying to get a bit more value for the money, Dr Kavanahs advice.
What you need to look for when buying a terminal fishing tackle is how long it takes to get the fish, how big it is and how much it will weigh.
It’s about finding a catch that’s suitable for your experience and skill level, but not necessarily the weight of the fish itself.
Dr Kavannah said she’d encourage people to get some advice from someone like Dr Jane.
Jane Kavanagas advice for buying terminal fishing equipment, based on her own experience and experience of fishers in the area.
Read more:Dr Kavaanagh said you can always go to a fishmonger and buy the right fish for you.
Then you can get the right gear that will work with the fish you have.
However, if you don´t have the equipment for a particular fish, she advises looking for different gear.
“If you’re looking for a big-bodied fish, you need a good bit more, you don�t want a small size, you’re going to want a rod size, that’s a good size,” she explained.
A good guide to help you decide what type of fish you should be looking for is Fishnet magazine, she said, which is a good resource.
If you can’t find a fish you’re interested in, she suggested you consider the advice of others.
“I just like to read about other fishers, other fisheries, and other people’s experiences,” she advised.
“It’s nice to see other fisherfolk on the forums and see what others are doing, because sometimes they can tell you what you need or don’t need.”
Dr Kaveras advice to buy the best terminal fishing fishing gear can be found in the latest issue of Fishnet Magazine.
Topics:fish,wildlife,environment,aquaculture,fisheries,environmental-impact,environment-management,wales,australiaFirst posted October 16, 2019 11:30:23Contact Jaxan Dickson