Rusty Angler Offers Best Winter Fishing Tips For Anglers

December 03, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - Rusty Angler, based in Scottsdale, Arizona, has announced that they have recently published expert angler content providing the best winter fishing tips for anglers. Even as the weather gets colder with winter approaching quickly and snow already falling in many areas across the USA, they offer great tips and techniques, as well as the best gear to land a great catch. There are great options for ice fishing in parts of the United States. Some of the best tips, naturally, include keeping warm and staying safe. They point out anglers need to have a complete second set of winter fishing gear and clothing, in addition to a warm blanket that is sealed in waterproof bags and packed in a backpack. This second set can prove to be a life saver in the event the first set of winter gear accidentally gets wet.

Russell Connor from Rusty Angler says, “One of the best winter fishing tips is to get the right gear to stay warm and safe. Anytime an angler is trying to stay warm, there are a few basic items that need to be considered. After all, every minute spent trying to get warm is a minute not spent catching fish. The key here will be dry layers. In this newly published article, we discuss the basic pieces of clothing that a winter angler should have to stay warm and secure.”

The primary pieces of clothing that a winter angler should wear include the base layer, socks, middle layer, shell jacket, boots, gloves, and head covering. It is important to remember that layering is essential to keeping warm. It allows the angler to control how much warmth is maintained while also permitting a wet or damaged layer to be removed without exposing the body to extremely cold elements. For the base layer, it is vital to ensure clothing will take the sweat away from the body. Cotton fabrics and modern wicking fabrics can be used so sweat stays away from the skin because it can actually freeze.

Insulated socks are also essential since they keep the feet warm while bass fishing for smallmouth or bigmouth, for instance. This makes sure the body doesn’t struggle to maintain its core temperature. An angler would be able to use a major portion of of his or her energy for fishing rather than shivering.

Then, there is the middle layer, which is usually a sturdy, hooded sweatshirt. The hood of the sweatshirt can provide extra head cover, and the level of warmth can be regulated with a zipper. Next is the shell layer or shell jacket. Its purpose is to block the wind and keep the angler dry. The shell jacket can be thin and lightly insulated because its primary purpose is to stop the cold wind and wetness.

Boots must to be non-slip, waterproof and easy to lace quickly. Rusty Angler recommends getting a set of Marine Corps deck boots since these have been designed to survive a storm at sea. Fishing gloves are absolutely critical to keep hands and fingers insulated and warm. Gloves must be thick enough to the keep the angler warm but not too thick for angling. Arguably, the most important winter fishing gear of all is the head covering because all the heat in the body goes up and out the head. Therefore, in order to be safe and maintain a healthy body temperature, it is essential keep the head covered.

Meanwhile, Rusty Angler announced they believe in providing fishing giveaways for beginners to advanced anglers. Not only will they provide fishing promotions for winter gear and tackle, but there could also be significant savings for warm weather gear.

Additionally, there are inside fishing tips and techniques on various kinds of fishing, such as bass fishing, fishing for catfish, fishing for pike, inshore saltwater fishing, trout fishing, panfish fishing, and more. The anglers offer reviews on tackles boxes, rods and reels and various kinds of lures. These include fishing lures, saltwater lures, bass lures, and crappie lures.

Those interested in the various fishing tips and recommendations from Rusty Angler can visit their website or contact them via telephone or email.

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For more information about Rusty Angler, contact the company here:

Rusty Angler
Russell Connor
(800) 459-0519
support@rustyangler.com
4400 N Scottsdale Rd, Ste 9-285
Scottsdale AZ 85251

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