As the weather begins to warm here in Washington, the fishing begins to heat up in our local lakes. The perch are schooling up and they are hungry. For those who have not experienced perch fishing, I am going to break down a few basic XFactor tackle rigs that will help put more fish in the boat for you. Perch fishing has a few great upsides; not only are they delicious to eat, but they are plentiful and provide lots of action once you locate them. So let’s dive in and take a look at some techniques for catching perch
With the trout opener behind us, the local lakes are still loaded and heating up with these fun & willing fish. What a great opportunity to get out on the local lake and catch fish. More importantly this is a great chance to introduce someone into fishing. The local lakes have been stocked within the last month with lots of hungry trout and they are ready to be caught. Xfactor tackle provides a great selection of baits that will put more fish in the boat for any beginning or experienced angler. I will walk through some of my favorite rigs for local trout.
XFactor Tackle Single Eggs & Mini Egg Clusters
many may know, fishing eggs for steelhead can be deadly. But good
eggs can be hard to come by when they are not available. That is
where the beauty of the Xfactor eggs comes into play. Not only do
they come in any color you can think of and four different sizes,
but they are also soft plastic baits that will survive a multitude of
casts before needing to be changed. No re-baiting every other cast.