Fishing Reels Dundee
Fishing Rods Dundee
Rod & Reel Combos Dundee
Rod & Reel Combos
Fishing Line & Leader Dundee
Line & Leader
Lures & Baits Dundee
Lures & Baits
Fishing Terminal Tackles Dundee
Terminal Tackles
Fishing Tackle Storage Dundee
Tackle Storage
Fishing Fishing Accessories Dundee
Fishing Accessories


  • Baitcast Reels – A baitcast reel sits on top of the rod so the spool is parallel to the rod. It works well with monofilament, fluorocarbon and braid line types.


  • Spinning Reels – Spinning reels are the best all round type of fishing reel, and are used for many different purposes, ranging from spin fishing with artificial lures, fishing with live or dead bait, fishing with rigs or bobber fishing, all the way to ice fishing.


  • Spincast Reels – The best spincast reel is simple and more than up to the task of bluegill, crappie, perch, catfish, walleye, trout, bass, specks, reds, and most pike. Better yet, they’re affordable and well made!


  • Line Counter Reels – A line counter reel allows you to accurately gauge the depth of your presentation, ensuring that your bait is running in the strike zone.


  • Power Assist Reels – Well-designed power assists keep the sport in deep-drop fishing. They are faster, easy to use, more accurate, and they have a superior drag system.


  • Spinning Rods – Spinning rods are popular for trolling or fishing with live bait for catfish, panfish and walleye.


  • Casting Rods – A casting rod is equipped with a reel seat that positions a spincast or baitcast reel above the rod and all the rod guides face upward.


  • Trolling Rods – Trolling rods are highly specialized rods for use in trolling open water from a boat. They are engineered to accommodate the various types of lines, baits and lures dragged behind a moving boat, targeting a multitude of freshwater or saltwater species.


  • Baitcaster Combo – A baitcaster combo features a rod and reel that are pre-assembled together for you so you can focus on the fishing task. A good quality baitcaster combo is designed to handle heavy fishing lines which facilitate more line control and allow you to cast your rod from afar with more accuracy.


  • Spinning Combo – Bring precision and accuracy to your fishing trip with Spinning Rod and Reel Combo. This combo delivers smooth, consistent performance, and promotes improved durability.


  • Spincast Combo – Confidently reel in tough fish with Spincast Rod and Reel Combo. The lightweight, durable fiberglass rod and reinforced graphite reel frame stand up to vigorous catches.


  • Braided Line – Braided fishing lines are woven from multiple synthetic fibers such as Dacron, Micro-Dyneema or Spectron. These types of lines are dense, thin and taut, are durable and more resistant to wear than mono lines. They are also better suited to deep-water fishing as they’re simultaneously thinner and heavier, cutting through the water to reach the bottom faster.
  • Mono Line – Monofilament fishing line is one of the most used fishing lines. They offer smooth casting to resist twists and kinks for manageability and a sensitive design to provide a good feel for structures and strikes and is versatile for use with a variety of baits and techniques.
  • Wire Line – A wire fishing line is what you need to deal with strong currents and boat speed without resorting to heavy lead sinkers. Wire line sinks faster and offers less resistance to the water flowing past it.


  • Mono Leader – A monofilament leader features great shock strength, excellent abrasion resistance, and high knot strength. Also, it offers great such as low stretch and outstanding clarity.


  • Wire Leader – A wire leader comes into play when you’re fishing for fish with teeth sharp enough to cut through regular monofilament leader. Putting a wire leader between your lure or bait and your mainline is the best way of making sure that you won’t have any line breaks due to sharp teeth.


  • Hard Bait Lures – Hard bait lures are made to be durable enough to withstand the bites and fights which come with multiple fishing trips. We offer a huge variety of hard bait like stickbaits, crankbaits, jerkbaits, swimbaits, jigging lures and blade baits.


  • Soft Bait Lures – Soft bait lures are rubber, silicone or other soft plastics molded into swimbaits, grubs, worms, tubes, and other baitfish patterns. They are quite versatile and can be cast and trolled.


  • Jigs – Jigs and jig heads are lead, tungsten, or tin weights molded onto specially designed hooks with long shanks to accept natural baits, soft baits, and materials to imitate various creatures. They come in a large variety of styles, colors, and sizes, often within the specific lure series let alone as a tackle category.


  • Trolling Rigs – Trolling rigs function as large versions of worm harnesses to hold cutbait, while others are designed to have trolling flies or other small profile lures attached. These are broken down into trolling flies, cut bait rigs, umbrella rigs, cowbells, and rudders.


  • Fishing Hooks Dundee – Hooks are an essential for any angler. They are paired with a lure or bait to catch a fish and keep it on the line while being reeled. Some lures and artificial baits are designed with a hook, others can be combined with a hook for optimal performance. Parts of a hook include the barb, eye, bend and shank.


  • Weights & Sinkers – Weights & sinkers are used to quicken the pace in which a lure and hook will sink. They are also used to add weight to increase the possible distance of a cast.


  • Swivels – Swivels are used to connect the line leading from a rod to a lure. It lets the lure twist and turn in the water without compromising the integrity of the line. They are designed with durable eyes and bodies made of strong brass to hold up as you reel in the big one.


  • Bait Rigs – Bait rigs are extensions of fishing line with multiple bait hooks attached. Most bait rigs are equipped with small hooks and feather or string-type tails to attract the targeted species. There are several different types of bait rigs including crappie, minnow and sabiki.
  • Floats – Floats are designed to float in water, above a lure or bait, while attached to the fishing line. They can be created out of several buoyant materials like plastic, balsa, cork, foam, and yarn.


  • Tackle Boxes – Tackle Boxes are a must-have item to become an organized angler. They have durable flip dividers so that you can easily locate and access your favorite lures. Heavy-duty dual-locking latches and a padded lid keep your lures safe in their place without tangles. Make all your fishing buddies jealous with your Tackle Box!


  • Tackle Bags – Tackle bags are perfect for securing anything you’ll need for an all-day fishing trip! Organize your baits and lures or extra accessories you may need.


  • Tackle Binders – Tackle Binders offer a convenient way to keep your tackle and soft baits organized and ready to go. They are fitted with durable isinglass zippered pouches and zippered compartments, which are great for stashing bags of soft plastics and terminal tackle.


  • Utility Boxes – Keep your tackle safe when you store it in the Tackle Utility Box. The ABS and plastic materials exert durability, and your tackle will be safe from oxidization and rust.


  • Fishing Nets – Fishing nets are devices made from fibers woven in a grid-like structure. Some fishing nets are also called fish traps. They are usually meshes formed by knotting a relatively thin thread. We offer wide range of nets including drag nests, cast nets, gill nets, dip nets, and many more.


  • Tools – Tools are the small hand tools such as pliers and forceps, grippers, cutters and scissors, multi-tools, lights, hook removers, and knot tiers to help anglers change flies and lures, sharpen hooks and knives, and snip line to get back to fishing after making changes in terminal tackle.


  • Landing Gear – Landing gear consists mainly of nets which are utilized when fish are large in size or overly excited. The handle on a net can be made out of wood, aluminum or bamboo, with most of the netting material having a nylon base. Another landing gear item available is the release tool. This allows anglers to easily free fish from the fly and hook.
  • Rod & Reel Accessories – These include rod and reel rack, mount clamps, fishing rod and reel covers, wall mounted rod and reel holders, storage racks, and grips.

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305 E Main Street East Dundee, IL 60118

(Intersection of RT 72 (Higgins Road) and River Street, blocks away from Fox River)



Yes, we provide up-to-date information on local fishing regulations and licensing requirements in East Dundee. Our staff can guide you on where to fish, what species are in season, and how to obtain the necessary permits.

Our fishing equipment comes with a warranty or guarantee in accordance with the company’s policy against defects in materials. You can rely on the quality and assurance provided.

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