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This weeks AMFisH fishing vlog – Full review of the Line Cutterz ring – fishing.

Hi fellow anglers, fishing enthusiast’s and AMFisHers! This week vlog is a full review of one of the coolest line cutting items I have ever used!

This is a must read blog post and video watch as I go over the Line Cutterz ring in great detail to show you why you need a few of these with you on all your outings.

I have used the Line Cutterz, LLC. ring for the last two fishing season’s and quite intensely I might add as I was far too impressed with this handy little tool not to!

We have all been there numerous times on a fishing outing battling with rusted pliers, rusted braid cutting scissors, rusted nail clippers and using handy knives that are just not safe, well those days are in the past now you can cut line quickly, efficiently, easily, on the first try and most importantly safely!

The Line Cutterz ring is a one size fits all item, as it comes with an adjustable velcro strap that can be attached to your fishing rod below your reel, you PFD zipper or even a keychain.

There one blade located inside the casing that is very secure and can’t cause any harm as the slots are not big enough for fingers to access the blade. It is a sharp blade that cuts all types of line from monofilament, fluorocarbon and braided lines. It will cut right up to 80 and 100 pound test braided line and even slice right through 28 loops of 30 pound test braided line as I did in a short video I posted previously to this post.

After using Line Cutterz ring the first few times the only thing I needed to overcome was not trying to grab for those pliers that are never in the right place, or that knife that I would use and would end up sliding down and almost stabbing me in the thigh. The ring is always exactly where I would leave it on my finger!

This is one handy item as I am a hardcore kayak fisherman and battle space issues for all my gear, so there are times where I can only take 2 to 3 rods with me which results in cutting lines several times per day to put on new baits. It was instant relief when this product came out, as I was so tired of crimping and crushing my braided line with scissors and pliers that would take forever to finally cut through. Now it is just a little pressure across that secure blade and the line in cut in a split second.

The Line Cutterz ring also leaves a nice straight edge across your braid, no more frayed ends lines scissors and pliers leave, a clean slice through that leaves your braid intact. From cutting frayed line off your main line to cutting tag lines for baits you have just tied on, this product will make things so simple you will flat out be impressed as much as I was!

By far one of the best line cutting tools I have ever used and very quickly became the only line cutting tool I use! I even carry this with me on hikes and camping trips where it allows me to cut various twine and paracord for anything that is needed.

As many outdoorsman know even the smallest injury in nature can flat our cripple our ability to do the simplest things, which is why this ring eliminates those injuries when cutting rope or fishing line and you can’t beat safety at it’s finest!

Hope you enjoyed this post…tight lines everyone!

The AMFisH guy…

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This weeks AMFisH fishing vlog – Fall fishing tips to catch more fish!

Hi fishing enthusiasts, fellow anglers and AMFisHers! This weeks AMFisH is a short fishing tip video and more of a reminder to increase the size of your baits now that fall has arrived.

The fall feed is on, this is the time of year when all fish species put on their feeding bags and go to work! It’s a great time of year when fish start putting on weight, as they feed quite heavily throughout the week to increase their weight for the long winter months below the ice.

Fall by far is my most favorite time of year to fish, as your odds of catching that fish of a lifetime increase drastically! There will be a few tips on this post about fall fishing but the first one is to increase your bait size drastically. In the early spring and summer months we can get away with a mix of smaller and mid size baits, as bait fish will not have grown much from the time the hatched. By fall any bait fish that were lucky enough to have survived not being eaten will be at their largest size, in length, thickness and overall weight.

Bigger bait fish means using bigger baits! By increasing the size of any bait you have been using in the earlier months, you not only match the forage size of what the fish are more than likely feeding on at that time, but you also increase your chances of fooling the fish into thinking your bait is what they really eat!

Using bait sizes that match what fish are feeding on is critical and in the fall even more critical due to the fact that fish are gorging quite heavily and will be following their food sources around the lake. By using baits that are much larger than baits you have been using all summer long, you are sure to increase your fall fish catch percentage by more than 70%!

This is by far the most valuable fall fishing tip I can share with all of you and as you can clearly see in this video the sizes In increase to with my baits are a few levels above the normal bait size and that is the key part of this video to focus on.

As fall progresses you will need to revisit this tip once the water temperature drops further, as fish will require a lot more time to digest what they have eaten recently, so there may be outings where the big baits are not working and you need to downsize drastically to a much smaller bite size bait to get them to bite. The fish will always tell us what they want and how they want it, so you should always stay connected to this part and react accordingly to what they are telling you.

Start with increasing the size of the baits you have been using recently and from there assess what kind of bites you are getting from fish along with how many fish you are catching. In these earlier fall months it is hard for fish to pass up a nice big juicy looking meal so “GO BIG” for now and watch what happens!

Hope you found this video helpful…tight lines this fall everyone!

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