Fluorocarbon 50 Lb

Fishing is one of the most incredible experiences for fans of the outdoors. With a lot of fishing hot spots located around the world, it's no wonder why the sport has become so popular. Even the most experienced fishermen have something to learn every time they cast their rod; so imagine how much newcomers to the sport have to look forward to.

There are three common types of rods. The first and most common of these is a telescopic rod and these are readily available. They come in varying lengths and strengths, with stronger rods being able to hold much heavier fish. The stronger your rod, the more weight it can hold overall, so if you're planning on catching a larger fish, such as a bass or pike, then you'll want to go for a telescopic rod that reflects their size.

The next type of rod is known as a fixable or connective rod and they'll often comprise of several individual rods that can be fixed or screwed together. These types of rods are considered to be stronger than telescopic rods as the connecting parts are more than capable of reinforcing each other. Although these rods aren't always as long as their telescopic equivalents, they are still great for both boat and bank fishing.

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Unlike other hybrids, these fish are fertile. Sometimes hybrids in nature produce offspring that are not fertile, but this is not true with the wipers. They have been observed to spawn together, or with their parent stock, either white bass or striped bass.

Wipers became part of aquaculture in the United States in the late 1980s. The earliest were developed in the mid-1960's. Fish producers purchase the young fish and raise them in freshwater ponds. Nearly 10 million pounds of these fish are produced annually in the United States. Wipers are both a gamefish and a food fish. Often times when "striped bass" is listed on a menu, it is really hybrid striped bass that has been farm raised.

They are surface feeders, making them popular for anglers. Their surface feeding habits make it easy for anglers to see the fish and attempt to catch them with various types of baits and lures. They are a hard fighting fish, making them a popular sport fish. However, they are also good eating fish. The diet of wipers includes black crappie, fathead minnows, and bluegill sunfish. They will also eat baitfish, such as shad.