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10 Fishing Gems

 

If you are in a boat and plan to anchor and bottom fish, get out there before the sun goes down and set up .

 

Bass Fishing Tips

 

Do you know what the top 3 lures for catching Bass are? Though there aren't any specific statistics, a survey was conducted amongst the pro bass fishermen and it was found that plastic worms won by a large margin. Second and third place were the spinnerbait and then the crank bait.

 

Chumming and Plankton Fish Catching Tips

 

In night fishing 95% of success is determined before your line is wet. It is recommended to start an evening feeding frenzy along the food chain with your big game fish as the final predator.

 

Do You Know How To Clean A Fish?

 

Now that you have caught your dream fish, do you know how to clean it?

 

Do You Know How to Fillet a Fish?

 

Finally you've caught the perfect fish. Now, do you know how to fillet your fish?

 

Do you Know How to Take the Perfect Picture of Your Fish?

 

Nothing is better than to snap a photo of your big fish that you just caught.

 

Do You Know the Different Salmon Species?

 

Did you know that there are five species of Pacific salmon and one species of Atlantic salmon? Further, did you know that all 5 species of Pacific salmon run wild in Alaska?

 

Dry Fly Techniques

 

Dry fly angling is at the top of any fly fisherman's list of fun fishing. The visual dry fly catch continues to excite many anglers as the best way to angle the fly.

 

Fishing Equipment Tips

 

Spark plugs make excellent disposable sinkers. Need some cheap (free) fishing weights?

 

Fishing Topwater in Lily Pads

 

In 2004, I fished more lily pads than ever before? Why? Well, because I caught fish in them. I probably caught over 100 fish in the lily pads this year alone.

 

Fly Fishing Secrets for the Novice as Well as the Seasoned Angler

 

Perhaps the most rewarding element of fly fishing is the variety of beautiful natural surroundings in which anglers often find themselves; a secluded stream up in the mountains, a peaceful meandering river deep in the forest, or a tranquil blue lake somewhere out in big sky country.

 

Four Fly Fishing Tips

 

Obviously, the goal when casting a fly is to present the fly to the fish in a realistic manner. You are trying to simulate nature here. If you are going for trout in a stream, for instance, this means a drag-free float of 36 inches over a precise spot that marks the window of a feeding fish.

 

How To Find Fish

 

Anywhere there is a pond; it could be a hidden hotspot for fish. The bottom line is, no matter how small the pond may be, it is only a matter of time until the fish find it.

 

It's Raining... Time to Go Fishing!

 

Ah, fishing in the rain. You may not like the rain, but the fish sure love it!

 

Night Fishing Preparation

 

Early morning, evening, and night fishing can be extremely fulfilling (in terms of the FUN you have and the amount of big fish you CATCH). It all depends on how prepared you are for the trip. Here are some tips to make sure that you have an amazing experience, and catch a ton of big fish.

 

Nymph Fishing Techniques

 

Small stream nymphing is a very productive form of fly fishing. At times, you will not rise a fish to a dry fly. Yet there are fish feeding actively below the surface. So, you put the fly (nymph) to the fish.

 

Pitchin For Large Mouth Bass

 

Well, we have talked about flippin and now we'll mention pitchin.

 

Saltwater Fishing Tips

 

Sharks buggin' you? To get rid of them pour some fish blood on a paper towel or newspaper and roll it into a ball. Toss it overboard and the sharks will follow it with the current.

 

Trout Species - Rainbow Trout and Brown Trout

 

Rainbow Trout: Few freshwater fish can match the fighting spirit and beauty of a Rainbow Trout.

 

Why Do You Need a Tackle box?

 

A tackle box or a tackle bag is a necessity to store your fishing lures, bobbers, and hooks.

 

 

 Okuma Voyager Travel Fishing Kit (100/6)

 Zebco 202 Spincast Fishing Combo with TacklePak

South Bend Tackle Box - 3 Tray with 136 Piece Tackle Kit

 

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