Fishing Frenzy in a Farm Pond

I was fishing March fifth, my sister’s birthday. I was at a friend’s farm pond.

To start out, fishing was slow. I tried everything in my tackle box, but they were refusing to bite. So eventually I threw a deep water crankbait. Then when the weather warmed up to 75 degrees, the fish started biting.

After a while, my rod bent all the way over. I was sure this thing was five pounds, but he could be acting bigger than he is. After thirty seconds of fighting the fish, I got him up on shore. I weighed him, and he was a two pounder. I was surprised! I was sure that thing was five pounds, but I am not complaining. That is the biggest largemouth bass that I have ever caught.

Then I caught six more, but none of them were the size of the first one. It was a great day for fishing and I caught six more than my dad. I can’t wait to go back again soon!

What to Include in a Beginner Tackle Box

Hi! Are you curious about what to put in your first tackle box? Well, I will tell you what to put inside your first tackle box.

The first thing you will need in your beginner’s tackle box will be five or six bobbers for bluegill and crappie. The next thing you will need will be at least ten to fifteen sinkers in you tackle box. One of the most important things you will need is some small bluegill hooks. You can get these at a sporting goods store near you.

You will also need these items in your tackle box: needle nose pliers, a small stringer, some small crankbaits, and a box of fishing line. As you fish more, you will need a bigger tackle box to put your baits in.

Spring will be here soon, so hopefully you can catch some fish.