Beware when the worms don’t come a-biting. Of course, it is now a little too late to be issuing honest to goodness readers with this warning because it has happened to them so many times already. Worms aren’t supposed to bite in this instance, it’s the fish that are supposed to bite. You, dear frustrated readers, can exercise creative license to choose your own expletives, but let this be the last time.
Depending where or what, never mind that, just get the right rod and reel already. And you can. It should be revealing itself as common sense right about now that you’ll need a custom fishing rod along with a set of custom reels to help you tackle your next weekend fishing expedition. And let your fishing expert help you to choose the right bait too. You’ll be given expert tips on how to store live bait.
And you’ll be told in clear daylight terms how you can attach this live bait to your hooks. And that’s another thing. Put this on your list then. A custom fishing rod. Customized fishing reel. And what else? Custom made hooks too. And sinkers as well. You need them all. Weight is extremely important. Don’t get that sinking feeling. Make sure that your reel stays afloat. The weighted sinker is just so in weight to be carried away by a gentle or strong tide.
Just beneath the water’s ripples, there will be a flurry of activity that’s going to attract the notice of the previously wily old cod that’s going to find the attached meat too irresistible to resist. And before you know it, you’ve baited him hook, line and sinker. Or should that be; custom-baited.