In todays episode, Jeff and Scott talk about what to consider when selecting a fishing rod. They discuss rod action, weight and length, what it means and how to properly select the rod that best suits your fishing needs. If you have any questions about selecting the right rod for you, please leave a comment or visit Hooked For Life on Facebook.
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Scott and Jeff discuss spring fishing opportunities for brown trout. Brown trout migrate into the Prince Edward County area and are accessible to fish for from shore or from a boat in shallow water. The guys discuss the techniques used to target these beautiful fish.