One of the most frequent questions I get on my radio show is: “How can I get started fishing?” The three barriers to getting started are knowledge, access and cost of gear. There is a wealth of information out there in today’s digital world to help you with the knowledge. Fortunately, we live in a state that still has an abundance of public access and resources.
We are going to look at conventional fishing and what you have to spend to get started. The biggest initial expense in fishing equipment is a rod and reel. I like to break this up in a few categories; what should you spend, what could you spend and what are you going to tell your spouse you spent.
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