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As American as apple pie and baseball, a summertime fishing trip just can’t be beaten. Whether you are taking the little ones for their first outing or planning a weekend with the guys, fishing rentals in Wolfeboro can be your friend. Not only do we have a wide variety of Wolfeboro boat rentals to choose from that will get you out on the lake, but we also have custom fishing rods and reels. Local live New Hampshire bait can do the trick, but we also have a variety of lures and popular Lake Winnipesaukee fishing tackle for rent. You don’t need to bring a thing with you except your excitement and willingness to get out there on the lake and fish. We have it all at the NH Hole in the Wall on Main Street in Wolfeboro, New Hampshire.
When asked what held them back from going fishing for the first time (or the first time in a long time), many vacationers cited concerns about casting. It doesn’t take much to learn how to cast a rod and bait properly, in fact, there are tons of videos online that can give you confidence. Figuring out the best place to drop the bait is an individual process. It can depend on the type of fish you are trying to catch, the time of year, and the water you are fishing. Our local experts can provide you with tips on the best options to use to land the greatest fish stories to share when you get back home. Oh and bring your camera, because nobody believes the story of the “one that got away” on Lake Winnipesaukee.
The Best Lures for Beginners
If you don’t want to use nightcrawlers or other types of live bait, consider using plastic lures. The best types of lures for beginners are the cheap ones. That way, you won’t be worrying about losing an expensive lure every time you cast it out on the water. Even better, consider fishing rentals in Wolfeboro, which can include boat rentals, gear, tackle, and even custom fishing rods and reels. Stop worrying about losing a lure or getting snagged in the weeds where the fish are usually located. Fishing is about challenge, relaxation, and fun – it’s not the time to be concerned or upset about something as small as a lure.
Get Out on the Water
One of the best ways to fish, for the beginner or the expert, is to get out on the water. Fishing from the banks of Lake Winnipesaukee can be a lot of fun, but you’ll catch bigger fish if you get out on the lake in a boat. Wolfeboro boat rentals can help you get to the fish. The NH Hole in the Wall offers a wide range of boat styles and types, providing motorized vessels and non-engine boats for every skill level. Canoes, kayaks, rowboats, and powerful Boston Whalers, whatever you are into and feel comfortable operating, we can make it happen. We also have a wide range of fishing rentals in Wolfeboro, as well as live New Hampshire bait and custom fishing rods and reels. Everything you need to have a great day out on the water.
Prepare for Anything
The key to a successful day of fishing is to assume nothing and prepare for anything. Even if it looks like a warm sunny day is in the forecast, bring along a jacket and an extra set of clothing. An accidental spill in the lake can make a warm New England day quite chilly. In addition to personal items, drinks, and food, make sure to have a wide range of Lake Winnipesaukee fishing tackle, lures, and bait at your disposal. You never know how the fish will react to your bait, so it helps to have some alternative options available. While the locals might swear by live bait, you could discover that the bass are actually biting on jumbo rubber worms instead. It pays to be prepared for anything when fishing out on the lake.
Visit the NH Hole in the Wall
If you are planning a trip to Lake Winnipesaukee and are interested in learning more about Wolfeboro boat rentals, give us a call. Our team can “hook” you up with some great fishing rentals in Wolfeboro or provide you with excellent options for live bait, lures, and custom fishing rods and reels. Give us a call at 1-603-569-HOLE (4653) and reserve a boat rental or some Lake Winnipesaukee fishing tackle for your next trip to New Hampshire.