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Don't Let Them Get Away With These Tips

Jun 16

Don't Let Them Get Away With These Tips

Fishing seems so darn simple, but once you get to the water with your pole, you may find that it isn't as easy as it seems. If you'd like to know how to be a better fisherman, without having to shell out hundreds for seminars, books or videos, read on.

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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.

 

When fishing, realize the maximum weight your boat can support. You do not want to tip the boat, which can cause a catastrophe if you are out in deep water. Stay below the capacity in order to maintain a high level of safety.

 

Search for areas that have deep water. When you are on the river, look for areas where the water is the deepest. Fish tend to congregate in these areas, especially if the weather is particularly warm. They also tend to swim and stay close to large ledges and rocks. Be sure to make a mental note of your special fishing spot along the river, so you can find it on your next trip out.

 

Always be aware of your surroundings as well as the forecast for weather. Venturing into the water during bad weather can be dangerous. It is helpful to carefully go over the weather forecast beforehand. This makes it easier to select a better fishing spot.

 

Keep abreast of the fishing law in areas you frequently fish in. There are certain areas that prohibit fishing all together, or there are some areas that might restrict certain bait. If you don't know, have a talk with local government officials.

 

Be quiet and patient. Fish can pick up even relatively soft sounds under water, so blasting a radio or talking loudly may chase them away. Plan to spend a significant amount of time sitting still in one spot. Moving around on the water too much won't increase your chances of catching something.

 

When it comes to freshwater trout fishing, it is advisable to use small fishing flies. The fishing flies mimic a small insect landing on the waters surface. Many people that fish prefer brightly colored flies to darker colored ones. The flies should be extremely small due to the size of the mouths of most trout.

 

To test the sharpness of your hooks, use your fingernails! Just lightly drag the hook across your nails and see if it makes a scratch. If it does, your hook is sharp enough to do its job, but if it doesn't, you'll need to either replace the hook or sharpen it again.

 

While there are many experts who would love you to pay for their advice, we've provided this article free of charge, so that you can find out how to be better at fishing. Hopefully, you've learned as much as you can and are able to use these tips to your advantage in the future!