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Seaguar Fluorocarbon Mainline & Leader Material Buyer's Guide
Seaguar Fluorocarbon Mainline & Leader Material Buyer's Guide
Seaguar offers an impressive line-up of fluorocarbon fishing mainlines and leaders, with designs covering both freshwater and saltwater fisheries and a wide range of species, from tiny panfish all the way up to big game predators like muskie and blue fin tuna. But with such an impressive and diverse line-up, sometimes even experienced anglers can have difficulty figuring out which line is best for them. In this line guide we breakdown the various fluorocarbon products Seaguar manufactures and their optimal use and applications.
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Soft Plastic Worms & Stickbaits 101
Soft Plastic Worms & Stickbaits 101
One of the easiest and most widely-used baits among bass anglers is the soft plastic worm (aka stickbait or stickworm). When using worms, there are many subtle differences in technique, but, even still, they are far less complicated than many other baits, while being just as effective. This makes soft plastic worms an excellent bait for both novice and advanced bass anglers and everyone in between. In this blog, we discuss the basic sub-types of worms, their uses, rigging techniques, and optimal rod and reel choice. 

 

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Swim Jigs vs. Bladed Swim Jigs: Which Should You Throw When?
Swim Jigs vs. Bladed Swim Jigs: Which Should You Throw When?
Swim jigs and bladed swim jigs (aka vibrating jigs or ChatterBaits if they are produced by Z-Man) are two incredibly popular power fishing presentations for targeting bass. But the question often remains: which situations does it make the most sense to throw one bait versus the other? Are swim jigs and bladed swim jigs interchangeable? Or does one shine in some scenarios where the other doesn't and vice versa?
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