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    King chinook salmon the prize of kenai river

     

    Nine of the ten record setting King (Chinook) Salmon were caught in Alaska’s Kenai River. The average size of Kings in Alaska is 20 pounds, but typically the Kenai yields 50-pound Kings. King Salmon spend 2 to 5 years in the ocean before they come back to spawn. Thus, the size of these fish can vary quite a bit. The largest King caught on the Kenai weighed 97.25 pounds. What makes the Kenai such a popular spot for fishing fanatics? There are certainly other rivers in Alaska that host greater numbers of salmon. (This isn’t to say that the number of salmon in the river is small. There’s plenty to go around for all wanting to have a great day, week, or month fishing.) This river draws fishermen for three primary reasons—size of the Kings, abundance of varieties of salmon, and the number of runs for each type. Along with the King, the Kenai is stocked with Sockeye (Red) Salmon and Coho (Silver) Salmon, with each of the species having two runs between May and October. And then there’s the size of the Kings. If you want the best chance of landing a trophy Chinook Salmon, the Kenai River is the place to be. It’s a short jaunt from Anchorage to the 80-mile long Kenai. The first time you see the river, you may simply be stunned. With striking sapphire waters created by glacial melt, the river is simply breathtaking. Conservation measures have been instituted to preserve the natural beauty and nurturing environment of the river for residents and visitors. During fishing season, the Kenai supports thousands upon thousands of salmon, making it relatively easy for many fishermen, especially those working with licensed guides, to catch their limit. Additionally, the river is home for world-class rainbow trout, which are the envy of anglers everywhere. The Kenai is divided into three sections. The upper part is 30-miles long, flowing from Kenai Lake located on Cooper Landing and going to Skilak Lake. Rafters, drift boaters and other recreational and sport enthusiasts have easy access to the river at Cooper Landing. The upper part of the Kenai flows down to and ends at the Russian River, a tributary that plays host to thousands of Sockeye Salmon. Just down river from this tributary is the Kenai River Ferry, which transports thousands of fishermen to the river’s far bank. This section is popular with anglers and it’s often packed. Going down river, you’ll find many miles of beautiful views, natural settings, and bountiful fishing. In this stretch between the Russian River and Jim’s landing, despite the fact that it’s bordered by the busy Sterling Highway, you will experience isolation and peace due to the natural buffer created by trees and thick vegetation. The Kenai River meets Skilak Lake, forming the middle part of the river, which goes to Soldotna Bridge. If you’re looking for wildlife and true isolation, this section is for you. With a ten-mile stretch that has no boat access and a variety of animals, including moose, bear, and waterfowl, the Kenai embraces the wild. To get to some prime fishing, you’ll need a boat; however, some parts of the middle river can get too low to navigate. Throughout the summer, the Kenai rises, allowing boats easier passage. In this remote section you’ll find some of the best trout and Silver Salmon fishing on the river. Unlike the upper and lower parts of the Kenai, this section has fewer sportsmen, guides, and visitors on it. Soldotna Bridge marks the end of the middle section and the beginning of the lower part, which terminates at Cook’s Inlet. Before the inlet, the river can get very busy. Its banks are fairly crowded with businesses and homes. Along with being congested, the river also has some sandbars and large rocks, making it tough to navigate. The second King run, in June and July, is the most popular with anglers looking to land the next world record salmon. The lower river has easy access and many of the approximately 400 registered guides can be found in this section. The King (Chinook) Salmon can be as large as a man and as tough to haul in as any sport fish. It’s the prize catch on any Kenai River fishing trip. For anglers looking for some of the largest salmon in the world, this section of the river offers the greatest opportunity for hauling in the ultimate catch and coming up with the biggest fish story.

         
    Know your fish

     

    Enjoy fishing? Here is some information on popular fish, both fresh and saltwater. Freshwater: 1. Trout: A most delicious fish. Remember however, apply the catch and release rule part of the time. Trout are the top predator in their environment and therefore it is important to leave some of these fish behind. Varieties: Brown, rainbow, brook and lake. 2. Bass: This fish is the most popular game fish in America. American bass belong to the sunfish family and fishing for them is a truly exciting experience. Varieties: Largemouth, smallmouth, and white. 3. Walleye: It’s been said this fish is the tastiest of all and I agree! They hang around in schools and are often located near a drop-off. Fishing for walleye is challenging but not at all impossible. Cousin: Perch. 4. Pike: Fishing for pike, also known as northern is tricky and a somewhat dangerous business. They have very sharp teeth and a surly attitude. These fish prefer the weedy shallows and you can’t rush them. They wait in ambush for their food and are usually not in any hurry to strike. The meat is good but quite bony. Cousins: Muskellunge and pickerel. 5. Panfish: These fish are fun and usually easy to catch. Dining on them is very enjoyable. They are often pretty small and hungry so will go after almost anything on a hook. Varieties: Bluegill, white crappie, black crappie, sunfish. Saltwater: 1. Bluefish: These guys are strong fighters but you can catch them fairly easily. If you enjoy a good fight try hooking one of these fish. They are especially yummy when eaten fresh. 2. Flounder: Another fun fish to catch and delicious to eat. This fish is a good early season catch. All you need to be successful is a small boat and a fish-finding device. Varieties: Fluke and flounder. 3. Striped bass: Here is a real challenge for the fisherperson. These fish can be picky about what they will strike on and when. Try using bait fish such as the bunker or herring. Plugs and spoons work well or a fly-rod. 4. Redfish: AKA : Channel bass or red drum, can be fished from New Jersey to Houston. They like shallow water and are fighters. The redfish expects the fly to land within two inches of his nose and if not it will likely ignore the rest of your casts. 5. Cod: A very important commercial fish, the cod can be caught in cold months. You’ll need a heavy line because these big boys often weigh more than 30 pounds! They can be eaten fresh or salted and dried. Next time you head out for a day of fishing maybe one of these fish will end up on your line and in your net!

         
    Lake erie smallmouth bass fishing

     

    Smallmouth bass fishing at Lake Erie especially during summer is certainly too much fun. Although when it comes to Smallmouth bass fishing in Lake Erie, there is no such thing as too much fun. Lake Erie is also known as the Great Lake. It nourishes the best smallmouth bass fishes in the United States. Many anglers who do regular smallmouth bass fishing at Lake Erie have already made a minimum catch of fifty smallmouth bass fishes averaging over four pounds each on a weekend! These are great numbers that would surely attract the attention of any bass fishing enthusiast. What can be the reason why smallmouth bass fishing at Lake Erie yields so much of the good catches? Well Lake Erie aside from its being so large a lake offers an excellent habitat and forage. The massiveness of the lake has given the smallmouth bass the ease of pressure usually given by small lakes thus making this great lake a Mecca of small mouth bass fishes. But when you’re up for a bass fishing at Lake Erie, you must be very vigilant with the weather. Although it is a lake, the waters often resemble that of the ocean. A clear bright day may suddenly turn into a bad one accompanied by forceful winds just like what happened to some ten bass boats fishing the lake sometime in September of 1992. Certainly Lake Erie is one of the most diverse fishing grounds in the country. In this lake you will not only find the most famous smallmouth bass fishes but also large quantity of yellow perch, the largemouth bass, the northern pike, white bass, the walleye and many other bass fish species. While bass fishing at Lake Erie you must remember some standard regulations which are imposed in some states such as in Pennsylvania, if you are to catch the walleye, it must already be at least 18 inches, smaller than this is not allowed. In Ohio, which covers about 262 miles of shoreline, smallmouth bass fishing at Lake Erie during summer have limits as to number the of bags. You are allowed to have three bags only instead of four and during any other time, you can catch up to a maximum of six bags. During spawning period that is from March to April you are not allowed to catch using the treble hooks. These are new regulations you have to remember. So if you are bass fishing at Lake Erie and want to share with the typical smallmouth catch of 80,000 smallmouths during a six week period starting end of June, just after the spawning period, you can come to Long point Bay. The smallmouth swims through this bay as they travel back to the main lake after the spawning period. The Presque Island area is also a good ground for fishing smallmouth. You may do deep water jigging and catch so much fish. Offshore smallmouth bass fishing at Lake Erie is highly variable. Walleye anglers often have to travel more than a dozen miles to find fish, but this is normal in most of Lake Erie. While off-shore fishing may not come very attractive particularly to beginners or amateur fishers, there is also a big chance to a good shore-fishing, especially for white bass, from the short pier. Channel catfish can be caught here, but to maximize catch in the shore fishing, you must fish in the night or when the water is discolored. In recent years, it was noted that there is a phenomenon of increasing clear water in the lake which can be attributed to the so called “zebra water infestation” which has been driving the smallmouth species to the deep waters even during spawning thus trolling is still the number one way of catching the smallies. When you are along the 42 mile shoreline Lake Erie in the State of Pennsylvania you may launch at the harbor of Presque Isle Bay at the city of Erie. Here you will have an easy way to catch the abundant yellow perch, walleye, steelhead and the smallmouth bass. Perch and walleye fishing is generally excellent at north point of Presque Isle while smallmouth bass fishing is best in east of Erie. Presque Isle Bay provides relatively calm water that is suitable for smaller boats. It also offers good fishing for largemouth bass, northern pike, crappies and bluegills along with smallmouth bass and yellow perch. Well if you think this summer is the season for you to go smallmouth bass fishing at Lake Erie, and your jumping point is Pennsylvania, worry not where to stay because there are numerous campsites and hotels there just along the shorelines of Lake Erie.

         
    Lake okeechobee a true florida bass fishing paradise

     

    Okeechobee is a Seminole Indian word meaning "great water cannot see other side". True to its name, Lake Okeechobee is 748 square miles in size. It is the greatest provider of drinking water for south Florida, averaging 13-19 feet in depth. Lake Okeechobee is renowned internationally for its fishing for bass and other species. It is located northeast of Naples, less than 2 hours away, and is heavily ringed with tackle shops, marinas, motels, restaurants, etc. You can find rental boats, gears and lodging to make your bass fishing trip more convenient and comfortable. Lake Okeechobee also means 'big water' to the Seminole Indians, it is the second largest freshwater lake in the United States after Lake Michigan and its fishing reputation matches its size. Much of the lake's 730 square miles or 450,000 acres are hidden from view by dyke, levee, or trees which screen the shore. Lake Okeechobee has a 150 mile circumference and its invisible opposite shore is more than 30 miles away. The best fishing and more than half of the action, takes place along the lake's western shore where Calhoun's Guide Service is based. Lake Okeechobee comprises a 730 square-mile area in Glades, Okeechobee, Martin, Palm Beach, and Hendry Counties its average depth is 9 feet with a maximum depth of 17 feet. Recharge comes from precipitation and southward flow of water from the Kissimmee River. Historically, hydro pattern flowed southward over millions of acres. Lake Okeechobee offers all types of waterway structures to fish - from open water to narrow canals surrounded by hundreds of different vegetations and grasses. Lake Okeechobee is located in central southern Florida, north of the Everglades and south of Orlando. Lake Okeechobee links the Atlantic and Gulf sides of Florida via the Port Mayaca Lock on the east side of the lake and the Moore Haven Lock on the lake’s western side. Drainage canals lower the lake and drain adjacent lands for farming. Agricultural activities around the Lake Okeechobee area include cattle ranching, dairy farming, and crop production of sugarcane, winter vegetables, citrus, sod, sweet corn and rice. Lake Okeechobee fishing is well-known not only throughout the U. S. but the whole world. Haw hunter guide service has clients who come from all over the world, including Japan and Europe, just to fish Lake Okeechobee with the best of them. The lake is approximately 37 miles long by 30 miles wide, with an average depth of only 10 feet. To fishermen nationwide, it's renowned for the number of bass it contains per acre and that it also produces more bass over 7 pounds than any lake in Florida and the United States. Lake Okeechobee, located in Central Florida, is the most famous big bass fishing lake in the country. For many years, Lake Okeechobee has produced the best largemouth bass, blue gill and speck fishing in the world. Hoover Dike was constructed along the southern regions of Lake Okeechobee to prevent flooding while also yielding year-round crop production. Tory mucks of the region contain 50 per cent or more mineral matter by weight and have considerably more native fertility than saw grass mucks, which were formed under logographic conditions. The 1950s was a period of technological ambition and construction, a system of canals, dikes, and pumping stations were installed to distribute water to the Everglades Agricultural Areas from Lake Okeechobee Lake Okeechobee provides trips and tours all conducted by highly trained and efficient guides. They know the movement of the fish and their feeding patterns which gives you the best advantage over the fish and landing the lanker of a lifetime. Their cordial manner and willingness to help you enjoy your day on the water is genuine. Whether you want to book a corporate trip, take a youngster fishing for the first time, or have special needs, they there to help. Fishing at Lake Okeechobee for Bass from late fall to early spring is when Crappie and Bass Fishing at Lake Okeechobee is at its best. Success comes when using large wild shiners or artificial lures of all types. If you want to target a true monster size bass, fishing at Lake Okeechobee is certainly the way to go.

         
    Leading bass fishing techniques become a better angler today

     

    Splitshotting can mean the difference between taking a cold boat ride and a great day of catching fish. Invest the time to practice this technique and you will have more fun bass fishing in the cold winter months. This and other Bass fishing techniques are required to master the art of bass fishing. If you put the time in, you will soon learn how to master the fall and winter bass fishery in British Columbia. Your efforts will be rewarded with exceptional smallmouth bass of trophy sizes. Remember though it takes roughly 8 to 10 years for a smallmouth bass to attain a weight in excess of 5 lbs., so conserve your catch by practicing responsible catch and release methods. Well the cold weather has put the bass into their winter patterns. Forget about rip baits, spinner baits and crank baits. Now is the time to break out the finesse gear. One of the most common techniques for getting bass to bite during this season is splitshotting. It is a fairly straightforward technique and requires little investment in terminal tackle. The hardest thing there is to teach a bass angler learning to splitshot is detecting the bite. The bite will vary according to the activity level of the fish. There will be times when they pop the bait hard and you will know immediately that they are eating the bait. Other times there will be a soft, almost imperceptible tick and then nothing. And finally there is the dreaded pressure bite. The pressure bite will take two forms. The first way to describe a pressure bite is you will feel a slight resistance to pulling your line forward. This is somewhat like hooking a soft, spongy rubber band. The second pressure bite is when you lose contact with the bottom. A bass has picked up your lure and is just following along with your forward movement. This is why it is so important to maintain bottom contact. Once you realize that you've lost the feel of the weight against the bottom, and your depth hasn't changed significantly, you have to put two and two together and get ready to set the hook. The preferred hook set for this technique is called a sweep set. Once you have detected a fish holding your bait drop the rod tip towards the fish, reel down to the point of feeling resistance (or just shy of that point) and 'sweep' the rod horizontally away from the fish. If the rod loads up good and you're sure that you've got the hook in the fish just fight him to the boat. If you set the hook and it didn't feel solid you may want to set the hook a second time. The drag on your reel should be set tight enough that it doesn't give on the initial hook set. But it shouldn't be set so tight that a larger fish can't take the line if needed. British Columbia, Canada's foremost sport fishing web site containing BC saltwater fishing, BC freshwater fishing, maps, fishing tackle news, sport fishing destinations, fishing tips and techniques, editorials, articles and much, much more. Inside you'll find everything you need to tackle trophy fish of all varieties including salmon, halibut, steelhead, trout, bass, and sturgeon to name a few. They also had their own approach and techniques regarding bass fishing. Since the best spot to catch bass is never on weeds and cover, use weedless lures when possible. This will cut down on the expense of losing lures. Bass exist in a wide variety of temperatures, but tend to get inactive during a cold front. Fish swim deeper during the sunniest part of the day. Sun seems to adversely affect bass fishing. Seek out shady spots or deeper water with cover. On cloudy or overcast days try shallower waters. In cold water, retrieve your bait slower. Fish tend to react slower in colder temperatures. Freshwater Fish Identification is another technique used by anglers. So whether you're watching a consummate professional angler check-in fish during a tournament, or listening to an on-air running commentary on a television fishing program, you know that he'll be speaking the truth of the matter.

         
    Learn how to be a professional bass angler

     

    If you enjoy fishing, you’ve probably seen at least one fishing show on television. Have you ever thought, “I would love to have that person’s job, fishing all day”? Well, put some more thought into that idea and you could become a professional bass fisherman/woman! First things first: if you think that all you need is lots of cash to spend on fancy boats and tackle, you’re headed in the wrong direction. Bass fishing is like any sport – it takes dedication, patience, practice, and skill. If you know someone who seems to know what it takes to catch that beautiful bass, go and visit them! Get as much information out of them that you can, and write it down. During your spare time, get out on the water in a boat, a canoe, or a rubber raft, whatever you have, and try out some of the methods or suggestions they gave you. You can also research bass fishing information on the Internet or at a library. There are many books on the subject, and there are also magazines you can subscribe to. The most important thing is to practice what you read. If you’ve tried ten different lures and none of them work, keep asking around – eventually you will hit on something that really works to lure those fish in! Are there any fishing competitions in your area of the country? Make sure to take part in them; nothing helps you hone your skill like a little competition. Plus, you never know who might be at a competition – there could be someone from a local television network or outdoors company looking for a person with your skill at reeling in the bass. Whether you land a job as a professional bass angler or not, you should always like what you’re doing. If you’re trying so hard to be the best angler in the world that you don’t even enjoy fishing, you should take a step back and take the time to enjoy fishing again. With patience, practice and some tips and secrets from other anglers, you’ll be reeling beautiful bass into your boat and feeling glad that you took the time to learn this excellent sport.

         
    Learn how to fly fishing experts read the water

     

    The more you understand about any subject, the more interesting it becomes. As you read this article you’ll find that the subject of read water for fly fishing is certainly no exception. Fish will behave differently depending on certain water conditions that change depending on what season it is. This includes the temperature of the water, what the weather is like, and the volume of the water. If you want to become a successful fly fisher you’ll have to learn how to read the waters where you’re fishing. Some of the things that you’ll discover as you learn to read the water are (1) during non-feeding periods, fish can still be encouraged to strike if they are in a deep pocket of water, and (2) when fish are feeding they are usually found in the shoreline of runs of pools and in moderate water pockets. The best time to learn about water is before you’re in the thick of things. Wise readers will keep reading to earn some valuable water experience while it’s still free. Water chemistry plays a big part in the health of fish, the location where they are found, and how successful you are at catching the big one. One of the most important aspects of water chemistry is pH. In scientific terms pH can be defined as: the negative log molar concentration of hydronium ions in the water. In simple language pH is the measure of the acidity or basicity in the water. pH is typically measured on a scale of 1 to 14. A pH of 7 is considered to be neutral. pH totals of less than 7 are acidic while a measure of over 7 is considered basic. Most fish are able to tolerate a wide range of pH in the waters where they live. This is because they have the ability to regulate their internal levels of pH. This is accomplished by the fish constantly adjusting the ratio of bases and acids within their systems. They make these adjustments by expelling any excess acids in the urine and also by controlling their breathing. The faster a fish breathes the faster carbon dioxide leaves the blood, thus raising the level of pH in the blood. However, most fish are eventually tired out by this constant regulating of their system. If the fish lives for too long in an environment that is too acidic or too basic it will become unable to manage its own system chemistry. When this happens the fish will stop feeding and eventually die. Sometimes it’s tough to sort out all the details related to this subject, but I’m positive you’ll have no trouble making sense of the information presented above.

         
    Learn how to go ocean fishing in a kayak

     

    There's nothing like the combination of the thrill of fishing and the solitude of ocean kayaking. Don't you think ocean kayak fishing sounds wonderful? Anyone can do it, not just professional kayakers! All that is required is the right kind of kayak and you can be on your way. Imagine floating in your kayak in the middle of the ocean, having an enjoyable day of fishing. It could be you! It is important to have basic kayaking skills for this kind of kayaking activity. The only difference between fishing in your back yard, fishing in your kayak and fishing in the ocean is the kind of kayak. It is certain that you will find that ocean-style kayaks cost much more than other types of kayaks. You want to be sure that you buy a good kayak, because the ocean can be a dangerous place if you do not have the best equipment. Ocean kayaks are easy to find, but they may be hard to select among. Choosing a kayak is a difficult decision unless you are well-informed. Knowing what is required is important. It makes your decision so much easier. Ocean-style kayaks are very much more durable than other kayaks. Ocean kayaks are built for comfort and speed. They have tall backrests because of the type of waves you will come in contact with. There also are a more storage places that are great to keep your fishing gear and other equipment in so you do not dump them in the water. Ocean kayaks can be bought at most kayak dealers and ocean-fishing stores. They cost a bit more but are a worthy investment. When you have bought a great ocean kayak, you are ready to begin your fishing adventures. Kayaking is a wonderful way to fish. It makes for a relaxing and enjoyable trip wherever you go. Now's the time to start catching those huge ocean fish.

         
    Learn some basic guides on fishing

     

    As you spend more and more hours and days on bass fishing, you will acquire lots of knowledge about the right lure and technique for the proper way to do this sport. The best advice most experienced and seasoned bass fishermen, is to examine the fishing conditions, ask for tips from anglers familiar with the waters you are fishing in, and finally, try many different lures and bass-fishing techniques until you discover what works most effectively to the situation, and which one you are most comfortable with. Here are some Guides to Bass Fishing to become a better Bass Fisher. The Technique: The bait must fall to the preferred depth, then you have to shake the rod tip. By this, you'll be getting the fishes attention. Do this for at least 30 seconds, then shaking again for about 2 or 3 seconds intervals, stop and pull slowly about six inches. Then dropping again, slowly back and down and repeating the process. The first thing to remember if they're not biting is to slow down. Tips: • During Springtime, fish uphill (position the boat in shallow water and cast to deep water) and use a 1/8 ounce weight. • Fish downhill in Fall. • Try to use a Texas rigged worm to prevent hang-ups. • Fish out the worm and keep suspended 90% of the time. • Always try to sharpen the hooks to make sure you have maximized your hookup percentage. • When doodling, it is critical to keep your presentation natural by downsizing your hooks to 1/0 or lower, and paying delicate, attention to how straight your bait is in order to maintain a natural presentation. • Crystal clear waters can be tough. The secret to fishing weenie worms is to keep slack on your line and shake the bait instead of dragging. The shaking of the rod and your light line gives your worm, grub or reaper an amazing action. When to Go: When the bass quit hitting during the daytime and when it becomes uncomfortably hot on the lake are good signals that it's time to start night fishing. Night fishing is usually practiced when the water is in the mid-60s or warmer. Places to Fish: Where to fish at night is a question commonly asked by bass fishermen. Bass don't move great distances in most situations. Smallmouth bass, especially, are proven stay-at-homes. As the summer wears on, the bass tend to move deeper and won't come up shallow, even at night in many lakes. Night fishing is productive when the bass are within the 20-foot zone Tips and Guides • Position yourself only as far away as water clarity dictates; stay close enough for consistent accuracy. • Try to make the lure land on the water with as little noise as possible. Cast past the target when possible. • In windy weather, put tension on the line just before the lure touches down. This will straighten out the line and prevent it from blowing across obstructions. • Learn casting techniques that permit a low trajectory, such as flipping, pitching, sidearm casting and underhand casting. • Use a quality rod and reel matched to the weight of the lure. Rods with a stiff blank but relatively fast (limber) tip are easier to cast than extremely stiff or uniformly limber rods. • Cast with the wrist, not the arm and shoulder. • Lower the lure a few inches below the rod tip before casting; this gives extra momentum for the cast. • Be sure to load the rod tip, causing it to bend backward, on the back-cast, then whip the rod forward smoothly. • Fill the spool of any type reel to within 1/8 inch of the lip of the spool. DO NOT OVERFILL! The Flip-Cast; use your wrist, NOT your arm. • Concentrate on the spot you want to hit, not on what you want to miss. • Use plenty of scent when trying to penetrate thick cover - it acts as a lubricant. • Stick to basic jig colors (black/blue, brown/brown, black/chartreuse). • Use a plastic worm with a glass bead between the worm and the weight for inactive fish. • If you think it's a strike, reel down until your rod is in a hookset position before you check. • A strike is anything different (something you wouldn't feel in a bathtub!). • Tighten your drag all the way down for better hooksets. • Use 17 to 25 pound test line for bait casting gear, 10 to 14 pound test on spinning (for flipping finesse baits). In order to establish a pattern it is essential you understand how a bass lives in its environment. Knowing where the bass can be found at any given time or place is something you must develop. Always go fishing with a plan in mind. Remember that every fish you catch can reveal clues on how to catch another. After establishing a pattern, realize that when the action slows down in the area you were fishing, you can then search for more areas that would fill the same criteria.

         
    Learn to fish it s fun

     

    Fishing is a fun and tranquil sport that lets you spend quiet time with your friends, family and with Mother Nature. Fresh water fishing is a sport involving the catching of fish in lakes, rivers and streams. It involves a lot of patience, challenge and a lot of acquired skill over time. Anyone can participate in this fun activity, including the kids. To start, you have to check your State’s fishing requirements and make sure if a license is needed for you to fish. If it is required, you must acquire one by checking with a sporting goods store. They will help you how to get it, and some will even provide it for you. During the time that you are in your favorite sporting goods store, you can look around and buy the right fishing equipment that you will be need for your trip. Considering that you are a beginner, make sure that you budget well the cost and your spending on the equipment, not deciding on expensive equipments; buy only the basic things you will need. When in doubt as to what is needed, ask the help of the store keeper, but do keep in mind that you need to stick to a budget. Take your time and don’t hesitate to ask how to use each piece of equipment that is offered to you. Artificial lures for bait can be used or you can simply look for worms from your back yard. An inexpensive fishing rod and reel will be enough along with a fishing line, hooks, weights, a bobber (this keeps your line afloat), fishing lures and net. A polarized sunglass is also essential, as it will help to see clearly through the water and lessen the glare. Then if you don’t know the good locations to fish, ask about local “hot” spots, or check your State’s fishing regulations for information about fishing locations around your State. The time will surely come when you will be a better fisherman; then you may decide on upgrading your equipment. In the meantime, keep things simple. It is always advised that you avoid fishing alone. Always be with a friend, as when emergency strikes, there can be someone who can call for help. It is wise to start fishing in shallow waters. Aim your cast in shady or rocky areas where the water is deep, as this is where the fish is expected to be found. Keep in mind that this is all practice first. As your skill level develops and increases, you can then attempt into deeper waters. But before going, take the time to practice casting to familiarize yourself with your rod and your reel. What better place to practice than your back yard. To do so, mark off an area using a rope and use this as your guide in aiming your cast. Rehearse and study your movements to discover a method that will work for you. Bear in mind, cast with your wrist, and not with your arm. Fishing hooks are very sharp and needed to be handled with care to avoid injury. Before casting, it is important that you should look around you and stay unobstructed to avoid hurting other people with your hook. When the right time has come and you go fishing for real, keep in mind to cast your line always ahead of the fish, making your bait land slowly, with as little splash as possible. The fish will see well at a close point, but cannot see behind. If your casts are going in a disorganized manner, move closer to the water so you can gain better accuracy. Watch the bobber closely for any movement. If and when a fish grabs the bait, the bobber will be pulled under water. This signals that you got a fish on the line. Don’t get too excited. Remain calm. Keeping your line tight, slowly reel in your catch. Place the net near and use it to bring the fish out. Remove the hook from the fish with great care. If you got an undersized fish (as noted in the state’s regulation book), quickly return it to the water. Likewise, if you have no intention in eating your catch, do not waste it and return it to the water. Releasing the fish will supply the water with more fish, giving future fishermen the thrill to experience a catch. Lastly, look around you and feel the calm, restful and serene view of the river. Have fun!

         
    Learning how to fish

     

    You have decided that you want to learn to fish. There are several ways of learning, the hardest being trial and error. It would be best to find an instructor for one-on-one lessons. 1. Buy seasickness medication Nothing is worse than ruining your fishing because of seasickness. Most seasickness medication e. g. Bonine would be fine. Even seasoned fishermen are known to take some on rough days. Take one before you go to sleep, another when you wake up and a third one before you board. 2. Buy a reference book A lot of good books are available at your bookstores and online. The book should give you instructions as well as terms and definitions. Some things you may not immediately understand but you should know anyway. Learn how to tie different kinds of knots. This knowledge will be invaluable for other purposes throughout your life. 3. Go to a party There are party boats that carry from fifteen to as many as sixty anglers. The boat provides everything like bait, rod, reel, sinkers and hooks. They assist you in fishing and take the fish off the hook for you. Mates will spot you and will generally stay close to assist you. Party boats generally will cost you $25 - $70 a day, and the fish are yours to keep. The party boat is a bargain for beginners. 4. Pick your pier Assuming you have already acquired skills to operate a rod and reel, you need to look for a fishing pier. Majority of coastal cities have one public pier or pay-to-fish pier. You can rent tackle and buy bait at the piers. If you're having trouble, there are many pier anglers willing to help and give you tips. 5. Party or pier You may want to do either step three or four or both at this point. The best thing to do is to do both several times to really learn. 6. The reel deal The conventional reel is probably what you're using up to this point. The conventional reel is designed for a lot of wear and tear. You may now want to consider other types and makes of reels. Ideally you have met people and perhaps made a friend or two who can assist you in selecting a reel. You can even ask a tackle shop owner for tips. You need to understand the mechanics of the reel and the other equipment. Learning to cast, tie knots and bait are not that complicated. Secondly, you need to learn where to fish. Successful fishermen know where the fish are located. Fish move from place to place and knowledgeable anglers understand these patterns and are able to anticipate where the fish are located.

         
    Let s go fishing who s got the tacklebox

     

    Well it’s that time of year again, time to dust off the rod and real, clean up the fishing lures that you forgot about last year, and buy a new pair hip boots. That’s right my friends, its fishing season. Time to get the beer in the cooler, load up the truck, hitch the boat, and get out to your favorite watering hole. One of the things I like to do at the start of a new fishing season is pick up some new tackle. You see, I’ve spent all winter surfing the Internet for the best deals on the latest worms, floats, rods, and reels. Why? Who else am I to blame for last year’s failures? Who am I going to blame for the one that got away if not that lure that I had to buy at the start of last years season? Like I said, I spent a lot of time online this winter looking at some of the latest and greatest equipment for our favorite sport. And while you can’t make it more complicated than depth finders, there seems to be resurgence in getting back to basics. I’ve seen a lot of ads for vintage lures, especially for trout fisherman. Old bamboo rods have become big again in some areas and it seems more and more people are enjoying the sport of angling than ever before. But what makes a fisherman I ask myself, it’s got to be the fact that I have to make two trips to the truck just for all my tackle since you never know when you are going to need the skinny minnow in red instead of in purple, or maybe it’s black, oh I don’t remember. Maybe that’s why the 15 pound bass is still in the lake and not on my wall. Well, whatever the reason, here’s to having a great fishing season!

         
    License to fish

     

    Fishing is just one of the many forms of relaxation people do these days with either friends or family. It is a time for bonding and a great escape from the pressures of daily life. To be able to fish, a person needs to get a fishing license since this is requirement by law and the regulations regarding fishing varies from one state to the other. In some states, 2 licenses are needed. One is called the Conservation license which is a prerequisite before one can obtain a fishing license. Getting a license to fish is quite different from the time a person needed to get a drivers license. The person does not have to take an exam or get a student’s permit before being issued one. The Conservation license can be obtained from the Fish, Wildlife & Parks or FWP. This is done by giving one’s social security number and other information that is requested. A valid driver’s license or any valid ID with photo must also be presented for security purposes for the license to be processed. The fishing license allows a person to fish or possess any aquatic creature as long as it is authorized by the state’s fishing regulations. This license is neither non-transferable nor non-refundable and is only valid for one year or season. Since fishing licenses as mentioned earlier vary from state to state, a fishing license can either be a resident license or a non-resident license. For one to qualify for a resident license, that person must have resided in that certain location for a period of time such as 6 months, should be a local tax payer , must be a registered voter, purchased a vehicle and have a valid driver’s issued from that state. In addition, one must not possess or apply for any resident hunting, fishing or trapping privileges in another state or country. A non-resident can fish in another state as long as the person is accompanied by someone who resides in that state. There is no age limit for anyone to acquire a fishing license. People both young and old can obtain it. Usually a person who is below 11 years of age can get a fishing license for free. People who are older than that have to pay a certain fee to acquire it. With the paper work in proper order, one can just grab the proper gear, a boat and start having some fun being close with nature.

         
    Locating the best bass fishing areas

     

    What is it in bass fishing that everybody is driven on to engage on such an activity? People get fond of bass fishing that is why every trend that they hear about really catches their interests and as much as possible get into it. “Where are the what...? Where are the bass!” How many of the anglers (tournament and recreational) go to a body of water you've never fished before, drop the boat in the water, then, ask this question to yourself? This is probably one of the biggest topics in bass fishing that an angler should learn more about. Here you will be getting information on how to locate areas best for bass fishing. Locating bass and understanding the water would be the number one question among bass anglers today. The next most asked question would be is which baits they should use to catch a big bass. Now when you think about it, there are really only two (2) main topics that go hand-in-hand when it comes to bass fishing. If you understood more about these two, you would definitely become a much better angler, and they are: 1. Knowing how to locate bass. 2. Knowing how to catch bass using all the different techniques, presentations, and baits. Learning how to locate bass can be somewhat of a challenge to most anglers because there are so many different factors that need to be determined such as: 1. Knowing how to read a map - this is the fundamental skill that you should try to learn because through a map it is easier for you to take on the appropriate location good for bass fishing. 2. Knowing the most practical places to look for Active Bass just after cold fronts and during early spring and late fall periods - weather condition must be especially considered as well. 3. Understanding water depth - this is an important element because the depth or the hollowness of the water will serve as a factor for you to know if it is a good location. 4. Water clarity - it could be easier for you to now have your bass fishing if you are well-oriented about the water clarity of your location. 5. Water temperatures 6. Seasonal patterns - this is in relation with the trend whether bass fishing is seasonal or not. 7. Locating structure areas 8. Finding vegetation areas But there is more! Being a consistent bass angler is so much more than just getting in your boat, hitting the water, and casting your baits. That's why bass tournaments are so competitive and exciting, because the more you learn about locating bass the quicker you can start catching them right? And hey, isn't that half the battle? Let's start by looking at a lake map. There are two general types of lake maps that most anglers will use which are referred to as the; “Hot Spot” and “Topographical” maps. The differences between the two is that a “Topo” map shows more detail, and the “Hot Spots” map shows more fishing spots (well, at least they’re supposed to). The secret (or key) in learning how to use a lake map would be to sector the map. What I mean by this is that I will take the map and study it for a moment (looking for areas where the fish would most likely be.) Next, I will (using a highlighter) divide the map in sections based on how much time I have to pre-fish for a tournament or how many days I have to just fish the body of water for fun. The size of the sections will vary depending on contours, structure, and how many places I may want to check out during the course of the day based on what the map shows me. I am certainly not one to just cast bait into the water and work it for five minutes and leave; I will try an assortment of baits if I see signs of fish in any given area to try to establish a working pattern. Here are some key elements that you can usually look for when it comes to locating bass on any given body of water: 1. Vegetation areas 2. Irregular contours 3. Shallow water close to deep water areas 4. Points and point drops 5. Various types of structure

         
    Loving the ling a tribute to the ugliest fish in the sea

     

    The ling or "eelpout" is without a doubt a disgusting, repulsive, annoying, slimy, smelly and unattractive fish in the sea. Despite these negative qualities, it has a delicious lobster-like taste and boasts its own annual festival near Walker, Minnesota. Why? The eelpout may be ugly, but its redeeming qualities far outweigh any appearance deficiencies. Eelpout, also known as spineless catfish, lawyer or burbot, tend to reside mostly in the deeper waters of clean cold Northern lakes. Their appearance is part eel, part catfish, sporting one single chin whisker known as a barbel. Its physique is lean and mean with considerable strength, challenging anglers with an audacious game of hide-and-seek. Its primary draw for many anglers is the ease with which they are caught. During the winter months, eelpout relocate into water 25 to 50 feet deep for spawning. As a result, anglers can expect to catch large numbers of these homely swimmers, often weighing in the double digits. Early evening and after dark are prime times for successful eelpouting. These ugly creatures of the deep are known carnivores; if it's fishy and fits in their mouths, they will eat it. While this makes baiting them somewhat easier, it is this trait which also makes them an unwelcome guest to other anglers, as they tend to steal bait. Like other nocturnal creatures, eelpout prefer to sneak up on their victims while they rest. The strength, depth and aggressiveness of this species require stronger equipment than most game fishing. Stronger lure combined with leaders of at least three feet and a swivel will keep the catch online and prevent lure from twisting with the fish. Glow hooks and rattle spoons with minnows top off the lure, which is then allowed to free-call to the bottom. The lure mingles with the muck and is then snapped back to the surface, at which point an eelpout may already be on board. During the spawning period in late February, a catch of 100 or more is not uncommon, weighing on average between 3 and 8 pounds. Those who love the ling are welcome to pay its tribute at the annual International Eelpout Festival on Leech Lake in Walker, Minnesota. Three full days commemorating the ugliest fish in the sea begin with an Opening Ceremony, complete with Torch Lighting. Entrants are encouraged to use their imagination when constructing their fishing shelter, as prizes are awarded for the most lavish structure built on the lake. Extra points may be earned if the shelter sports a logo from one of the sponsoring companies of the tournament. Prizes are also awarded for the single pout with the most weight, for the most combined pout tonnage by a single angler and for most combined pout tonnage by a team of anglers. If actually catching these despicable creatures is not on your agenda, the Festival offers numerous activities to help celebrate the eelpout in style. The Eelpout Peelout is a 5K run which challenges its contestants to be the first to win the race and win the angling contest. The Snowmobile Radar Run, Eelpout Bowl Rugby Tournament, the Polar Plunge, a black-tie dinner on the ice and an "On-Ice" Auto Race ensure there is something fun for participants of all ages, whether an angler or spectator. Few creatures are as unappealing, yet offer so much in the spirit of fishing. There is nothing refined or fancy about fishing for eelpout; it is simply fun. For those who like to fish, enjoy the outdoors, and catch a lot of fish without regard to species, the eelpout is a beautiful thing indeed.

         
     
         
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