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If you are interested in learning to fish, it does not need to be a difficult task. Finding out about different bait, rods and places to fish is all useful. Keep reading for a host of ideas and insight into catching plenty of fish.
Choose an inverse color for your bait from the color of the water. If the water is murky, try to use light colored bait so that it is visible to the fish. On the other hand, if the water is clear, make sure to use darker colored bait.
Caution should be exercised when drinking while fishing! While many people feel that fishing is the perfect sport for a beer or other alcoholic beverages, care must be taken, especially when fishing from a boat. Additionally, alcohol is a quick route to stupid, but serious mistakes, such as a hook in someone’s eye, or the loss of the day’s catch.
Since having just the right bait is crucial to catching more fish, here is an easy way to tell if you are seeing black or white crappie. White crappie have six spines in their dorsal fin while black crappie have seven or eight. White crappie also tend to have bands across their body while black crappie have a more speckled pattern. Continue reading “Great Tricks To Catch That Trophy Fish”
Fishing looks easy, to the outside observer. But any serious fisherman knows that there is an art to fishing. You have to know when to go, what kind of lure to use, and what to do while you wait for them to bite your hook. Here are some fishing tips that will make all of that easier to figure out.
A great tip that all fisherman could use is to wear clothing similar to their surroundings. Fish don’t have excellent eye sight but they are not colorblind, so they can easily be spooked if you wear bright colors or anything else that is particularly noticeable. Use neutral tones that blend into a natural background.
Since having just the right bait is crucial to catching more fish, here is an easy way to tell if you are seeing black or white crappie. White crappie have six spines in their dorsal fin while black crappie have seven or eight. White crappie also tend to have bands across their body while black crappie have a more speckled pattern.
While fishing it is important to remain quiet. Fish are easily scared by loud noises and will dash away if they hear you. If you remain calm and quiet, keeping your voice in a whispery tone, you are going to be more likely to help fish take your bait and more likely to capture that big catch. Continue reading “Choosing The Right Fly Fishing Equipment”