Snell Knot. The Snell Knot allows the leader, or tippet, to be directly tied to a baited hook. This fishing knot was originally invented for use with eyeless hooks but it is still widely used today. The Snell Knot aligns the fishing line or leader with the shank of the hook.
Tie-Fast Knot-Tying Tool
Found hanging from lanyards and in drift boats all across the world, the Tie-Fast Knot-Tying Tool will have you tying nail knots in seconds. From seasoned guides to first-time anglers, nail knots will become an afterthought with this perfectly designed and extremely handy stainless steel nail knot tyer tool. Step-by-step instructions included. Made in USA.
Florida Fishing Season | Fish Caught by Month Infographic
Sea Leveler Sport Fishing Charters has collected fish catch data for over 10 years across our 5 boats. This is our inforgraphic of this data compiled in one place.
Best Bass Fishing Lures
Bass fishing lures come in hundreds of different sizes and shapes – but most of them fall under one category or another. Choosing the right lure will make a huge difference in how many bass you catch – so it’s better to go in knowing what you are doing rather than picking at random! This […]
Fishing Knots: How to Tie the Six Strongest
We put monofilament, fluorocarbon, and superline through an exhaustive series of tests and discovered the very best bonds for all—and busted some line myths in the process
How to Set the Drag on a Spinning Reel
The drag mechanism on your reel is designed to allow you to set how much resistance a fish feels when it pulls on the line. Drag is measured in pounds. The