We can also find incredible craftsmanship in our fishing rods. The first time we used St. Croix it was immediately apparent that their was extreme craftsmanship and care put into every element of the fishing rod. Each rod takes 32 pairs of hands to finish. St. Croix builds most of their rods in Park Falls, Wisconsin here in the United States....Read More
This week I did my first Facebook Live video on Saltwater Experience' Facebook page. I thought it went well and I was able to answer SO many questions that people had.
Topics covered were everything from Sun protection, to biggest and favorite fish to how to become a guide. If you missed it live, you can still check it out here.Read More
I see that you sometimes rig your soft plastic flukes and Gulp shrimp with circle hooks. Would you mind explaining how you do this, what the advantages of this setup are, and in what situations to do so? Thank you! Sincerely, Kurt FRead More
Do you use a ball bearing swivel on your line for any of the applications mentioned above to prevent line twist? (2 things I never reel when drag is going and always flip my bail over with my hands) just worried about line twist without ball bearing swivels or snaps.-Read More
I fish in the Great Lakes. It is often gin clear. What would you recommend for the length of a fluorocarbon leader, the best mono to fluorocarbon knot, and the length of leader? Thank you. Will I get an answer in my email or this site?Read More