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Important Terms to Know about Fishing Tackle
The following terms could help you decide what kind of fishing tackle and services will work well for you:

Sinker: A weight that goes on the end of a fishing line. This pulls the lure down into the water. Sinkers come in various weights that can help control how deep the lure sinks. Since many fish live at specific freshwater and saltwater levels, it is important to choose an appropriate sinker for the kind of fish you want to catch.

Waders: Waders are waterproof pants that help fishermen stay dry in the water. Many of them use suspenders so they do not restrict the fisherman's movement. That also means one size will generally fit the average person. Some waders also have chest protection that keeps more of the body dry.

Fly Lures: Artificial bait used while fly fishing. There are literally thousands of different designs, many of which are supposed to mimic the behavior and appearance of prey. This attracts fish and encourages them to take the bait.

Killing Fly: An artificial fly lure that is extremely successful at catching fish.

Reel: A mechanical device attached to a fishing pole that allows the fisher to lengthen and shorten the fishing line. While reels are not a necessity, the vast majority of fishers use them because they offer much more flexibility than fixed-line poles.

Angling Lines: Cords that connect the fishing poles to their hooks. Angling lines vary by breaking strength and knot strength. Fishing for bass, for instance, does not require as strong a line as fishing for marlin. Using the wrong kind of line could mean fish escape after they have taken the bait.

 
 
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Dutch’s Trading Post
258 N Main St, Fond Du Lac, WI 54935
We are committed to providing quality personal service from knowledgeable and dedicated outdoor specialists. Our hunting department, features guns from manufacturers such as Ruger, Glock and more.
(920) 922-0311
The Minnow Bucket LLC
E1545 County Rd Q, Waupaca, WI 54981
Archery & Fishing Shop. Get Hunting & Fishing Licenses, join our Archery league. Have your bow tuned & serviced. Need a bow, crossbow, arrows, fishing Rod, Live Bait or Tackle? We have it! Stop Today!
(715) 258-2514
North Street Bait Shop
313 E North St, De Forest, WI 53532
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(608) 846-3212
 
User Review: "Buzz and ruth are doing things the way they were done when I was a kid. Running a bait shop out of their home can't be easy..."
Mike's Bait & Gun
1148 6th St, Kiel, WI 53042
(920) 894-3836
Best Beverage Archery & Fishing
1031 Appleton Rd, Menasha, WI 54952
(920) 725-2878
Fox River Bait & Tackle
1415 Rainbow Dr, Oshkosh, WI 54902
(920) 233-7409
Tews Two Sporting Goods
1605 S Main St, Oshkosh, WI 54902
(920) 233-3557
Fishtales
4050 County Road A, Oshkosh, WI 54901
(920) 385-1154
The Reel Shot
2755 Algoma Blvd, Oshkosh, WI 54901
(920) 252-8124
Dutchs Trading Post
258 N Main St, Fond Du Lac, WI 54935
(920) 922-0311
MidWest Tackle Manufacturing Co
13301 Pioneer Rd, Newton, WI 53063
(920) 693-8437
River Haus Bait Tackle & Gifts
440 N Brooke St, Fond Du Lac, WI 54935
(920) 322-9412
Musky Innovations
N9480 State Road 42, Cleveland, WI 53015
(920) 565-7631
Dave's Live Bait & Tackle
W1016 State Highway 96, Kaukauna, WI 54130
(920) 766-1757
Sportsman The
2212 W Wisconsin Ave, Appleton, WI 54914
(920) 734-3299


If you are interested in fishing for saltwater or freshwater fish like bass, carp, pike, salmon, and trout, then you need to make sure that you have the right tackle. There are many retailers listed in the online directory that can sell you the fishing tackle that you need for your next trip, but you might have a hard time deciding which ones are right for you because there are so many to choose from. We provide these guidelines to help you determine which retailers have the lures, reels, rods, lines, hooks, ice boxes, and bait that you need for freshwater or saltwater fishing. When you first contact the shops, you will want to determine how much experience they have by asking them how long they have been in business. When you choose an old shop that has lots of experience, you can get the best advice on the tackle that you need for bass, salmon, and trout. Ask the retailers if they have an online catalog so that you can look at the bait that they have for sea and lake fishing. If you are interested in fly fishing, then you will need to make sure that they have the rods and lures that are best for that style. If you plan to fish in the surf, though, you will need to get the tackle that is appropriate for that environment. Ask the stores if they give discounts for large purchases. If you can get discounted prices, then you might be able to save quite a bit of money.
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