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Planning Advice for Someone Going Fishing
There are many people who know very little about fishing. However, other people
possess expert knowledge of it and have even earned awards. Despite your skill level,
you can always learn new techniques and strategies. You can always sharpen your skills
and gain new ones too. Below are some tips to help you become a better fisherman.
Consider using a lighted bobber if you are fishing at night. This is a useful tool used by
many fisherman. Lighted bobbers are bobbers that have a light inside to help fisherman
tell when they have a bite. The bobber dances when fish nibble at the bait; it goes up
and down alerting you of a bite.
A sharp fishing hook is essential when fishing. The hook is sharp enough to use if light
scratches are produced when you drag the hook across your fingernail. If that does not
happen, replace it or sharpen it if you wish to catch additional fish.
Always know how much weight your boat can safely hold before heading out on the
water. A tipped boat can mean a tragedy when you are in deep water, far from the
shore. Maintain a weight load that is far below the capacity of your boat so that you
remain as safe as possible.

From one season to the next, fish follow varying migration patterns. Remember this as
you decide to cast your line uphill or downhill. Casting uphill in the spring will get you
more bites. In the fall, you're better to fish downhill.
Look at the water's current to find the deep-water areas. If you will be river fishing, be
on the lookout for the areas of deepest water. Fish tend to congregate in these areas,
especially if the weather is particularly warm. Fish will also gather around ledges and
large rocks. If you locate a particularly good area, keep it in mind for future visits.

Always be aware of the laws regarding fishing in any particular area. In some areas, it is
illegal to fish in protected lakes or rivers. Others forbid the use of specific types of bait. If
you're unaware, talk to a local governmental office.
Don't fight with the fish you're catching if you want to release them later. It is very
possible for a fish to injure itself through excessive fighting. Just let it go if it is giving you a
hard time.
Remember never to panic and go crazy with your reel when you finally hook a fish.
Don't waste energy reeling in a fleeing fish. Relax and let the drag of the rod and the
flow of the water do the work. Set your drag only once your hook is fully set in your fish.
Always make sure that your rod is aimed towards the fish at about a 45 degree angle.
If you are doing catch-and-release fishing, take care not to fight with the fish you hook.
A long battle to reel the fish in can injure or even kill the fish. If the fish is proving difficult
to reel in, just let it go.
No matter how much time you put into it, fishing will always be worth it. If you just want
to relax or if you want to compete, you can learn a lot! Just remember to keep going
out and doing what you love!
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