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Catch Bigger Fish With These Fishing Tips!

by Katie Sofia Business Consultant
 
Fishing is one of the most practical hobbies anyone can learn. If you learn how to fish, then you learn what it takes to actually fend for yourself. Go ahead and read through this article and see just how fun and easy fishing can be. You'll be sure to enjoy the tips that you read here.
 
A good fishing tip is to use a line weight that is as light as possible but will still allow you to safely reel in your fish. If the line is visible and heavy, that means that it is a thick line. You want the right weighted line for the kind of fish you are trying to catch.
 
Try casting close to shore
 
Try casting close to shore if your fishing trip takes you to a river or lake. Fish like shallow waters, as they're easier to find food in, so you're more likely to get a bite there as well. Be mindful of weeds, however.
 
Right Bait
 
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 has six spines in their dorsal fin while black crappie has seven or eight. White crappie also tends to have bands across their body while black crappie has a more speckled pattern.
 
Right location
 
When planning a fishing trip, be sure to pick the right location. For example, if you're fishing in the winter, you'll want to seek out tailwaters such as the Snake River or the Great Lakes tributaries, and in the spring, reservoirs are ideal. With a little location research, your trip is sure to be a success.
 
It is generally a great idea for anyone who catches and releases to keep a disposable camera in their tackle box. These cameras are cheap and will allow you to take pictures of all your catches without worrying about losing expensive camera equipment. It is a great way to document your best catches.
 
Destructive fishing practices
 
A great fishing tip that all fishermen can use is to practice different types of casting. It is important to learn to cast from different angles and distances to give yourself the best chances of presenting your bait in the exact location you want to. The difference between a bite and nothing can often be a few inches.
 
 
So are you ready to go fishing? You should now feel like you can catch lunch or dinner for yourself, now that you understand what fishing is all about. When it comes to fishing, there is something unique about it, as well as, how practical it is that it can be both a hobby and a way of making a fine meal.

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About Katie Sofia Freshman   Business Consultant

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