Finally spring is here and that means one thing, spring fishing. For many anglers that means they have spent time during the winter months shopping at the fishing shows, attending seminars and picking up new gear and tackle. Combine that with last season's tackle either thrown in a box or kept in your boat or kayak, and you could have a real mess on the first day of fishing.
Get organized, check inventory, and pick up some new X Zone Lures for some great spring fishing.
If you are not one of the organized angler's that carefully unpacks their boat, kayak or tackle bag in the fall, then chances are that like the rest of us, you might need to take a look at what you have on hand.
Have some plastics that are missing tails or have bite marks? Be sure to recycle these plastics and head over to our online store or your local retailer to pick up some new X Zone Lures. It's a great idea to include an empty zip lock bag in your boat, kayak or tackle bag to place all of your broken plastics into during the season. Take a look at your local public launch for recycle containers or consider donating the used plastics to a local kids fishing club.
With many X Zone Lures retailers having spring fishing sale days, it is a good idea to change your fishing line on your reels. Fresh line will make sure that you don't snap off when you land a big one.
Another thing to look at is your fishing hooks and to make sure that you change out any that are rusted or broken off. X Zone Lures offers terminal tackle and we have the complete solution for your lure needs.
If you are not sure what colors to chose from or what type of lure to purchase, then be sure to consider your fishing techniques and conditions. The X Zone Slammers and Swammers are a staple product that you should carry with an abundance of colors but why not try the Slammer Craw, Shiver Shads, leeches and X Tubes this season.
X Zone Lures will be launching many new exciting new products this summer under the new X Zone Pro Series line. Be sure to subscribe and follow us on social media to make sure you get the latest updates.
Written by Shelley Langley, the expressions and opinions are that of that author's