how to tie 80-pound test fishing line?

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Answered: Surf Fishing

Surf fishing is the sport related to catch the fish,surf fishing is catching the fish from the sea beach.Fish surfers usually use some specific location for catching the fish like sandy and rocky beaches,surfcasting is also a term that is relevant to the surf fishing.

Answered: How strong is nylon fishing line?

It would depend upon what pound test the line is. Some nylon line is so light you can break it with your hands and some is so strong as to land a huge fish in the ocean. There are different weight lines for different size and kinds of fish. Hope this is somewhat helpful. Good luck

Answered: How long is fishing line good for, when should it be replaced?

You should replace the line ever 3 to 4 months depending on how often you go out.

Answered: Is there such a thing as black fishing line?

It is called spider wire. One of its features is that it is extremely strong.

Answered: What would be good to use for largemouth bass in the beginning of

Early in the season, when water temps are still cool and fish metabolism is slower, live bait is best. Nightcrawlers, minnows, salamanders, etc. Just from my own experience, a small leopard frog is the very best. Later, as water warms, top water plugs (noisy like maybe a Jitterbug) fished ...

Answered: Which kinds of fish hook should I use for fishing the fishes

For rainbow trout in streams: Morning: I like to yse a 1/0 thin wire hook, load it with either dough balls or salmon eggs, leave at least 2' of line tied directly to the hook, a stop and a sliding sinker less than an ounce. Early afternoon: either flies or deep running jigs with very few feathers ...
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Pregnant fish

When they start eating pickles! Toss some dill pickles in the tank.

What is the best 8lb fishing line to use on a baitcaster?

I use P-Line. Also when I put a new bait on my baitcaster I always test it by releasing the line and seeing how fast the lure drops to the water. If it drops too fast it will back lash, if it stops when it hits the water you probably have it right.

I live near this pond that is about 10-15ft deep ...

I don't know why they aren't hitting your lures. You seem to be trying your best. My all-time favorite lure is a plastic worm fished as slow as I can and a little twitch along with that. If I'm fishing clear-water ponds, I start off with green pattern worms. Darker water - purple. I don't know if ...