Have you had invitations for fishing trips but refused the opportunity because of your lack of experience? Fishing is a fun and enjoyable hobby that requires some very basic skill and an interest in the outdoors. Read on for some tips to help you decide if this could be a good hobby for you!
Stream fisherman would be wise to start their fishing trips downstream, and make their way upstream as the day progresses. This is simply because fish tend to face against the direction of the current. By moving upstream you are lowering your chances of being seen or heard by your prey.
The decision to fish down or uphill depends on the fish you are catching and their migration patterns. When fishing during the springtime, for example, casting uphill will allow you to position your lure ahead of your prey. In the fall, the fish will be moving in the other direction, and thus you should fish downhill.
Consider the color of the water, as well as the light quality, when choosing your bass bait. Believe it or not, in murky waters or on overcast days many fish respond better to more natural-looking dark lures than to their flashy alternatives. On the other hand, clear waters and bright days are perfect for red, white and yellow lures. Continue reading “Fishing Tips That Will Hook You Bigger Fish!”