posted by admin on Aug 12
One of the most basic ways to know how many fishing poles can be used at once is to look at the number of mounts available. Anglers should only use poles when they can be mounted properly on a boat or secured on a shore. Holding more than one pole in the hands is a recipe for disaster.
Another thing to consider is space. The different poles require enough space to cast and to drift without tangling with other lines. Each pole should have at least four to five feet of space. Anyone fishing on Read the rest of this entry »
posted by admin on Jun 29
The primary type of net used while fishing for most sports fish is known as a landing net. Technically, you can use a net to bring in a fish at any point during the reeling-in process. However, for many sports fishermen, the landing net is for emergencies such as a hooking a fish that is too big for the gear and there is the danger of the line being snapped. In this situation, the fisherman might try to get the fish as close to the shore or his spot Read the rest of this entry »
posted by admin on May 18
Fishing is part science and part art. The goal is to get the biggest fish to strike what it thinks is food. The wind, available light, water clarity, currents, temperature, moon phase and season can alter not only if the fish are eager to strike but also what they will strike.
A season as narrow as a few days in length for a food source can alter what type of lure the target fish are striking. A certain insect food source may be the preferred food for a few days while it is in abundance. Read the rest of this entry »
posted by admin on Apr 3
Your tackle box probably contains all kinds of equipment, from a stringer to bobbers to that weird little lure you bought on vacation that one time that isn’t really good for anything. Perhaps the most important thing you can put in your tackle box, though, is some extra fishing line.
There are all kinds of reasons your line may break while you are out on the boat. Maybe you get a bite from a monster muskie and it Read the rest of this entry »
posted by admin on Sep 10
Some people make a day of fishing. Real fishermen make a week of it.
To truly get a fishing experience like no other, you must fully immerse yourself in the natural world. Finding a camping resort and staking your claim and buying the right gear is all well and good, but you also need to make sure everything is squared away at the home before you disembark. You want your mind focused on fishing and surviving a week in the wild and you can’t very well do that if you’re stuck worrying about the safety of your home.
Here’s what you need to do:
1. Let the neighbors know. You will need someone to grab your mail and newspaper for you while you are away. The postal service can also be contacted to withhold delivery to your home until the day of your return.
2. Secure the home. Obviously lock the doors and the windows. If you don’t have a security system, you can usually find some pretty good stuff on sites like www.homessecurity.com. Not saying a home security system would guarantee your home’s safety, but it would certainly help.
3. Don’t leave notes or keys. If you have plants or a pet that you need someone to come over and look after, just give them a spare key. Don’t go leaving one out somewhere or posting a note on the door.
posted by admin on Jun 6
Fishing is one of the most exciting outdoor activities around today. It’s important that you take steps that can help you be fully prepared before heading out to the pond or river. You should always make sure that you have your hooks, bait, and weights within your tackle box.
It’s also vital that you place a pair of nail clippers within your tackle box. Nail clippers have been used by some of the best fishermen for many years. Fishing pliers can be used for cutting Read the rest of this entry »
posted by www.fisheatingcreekresort.com on Jun 3
Usually ever state and even different cities might have different regulations on the amount of fish you can catch, the type of fish, and the weight of the fish. These guidelines are in place for a reason, and that is to keep people from overfishing, but also to keep the fish alive long enough to produce more. The worst thing that a person can do when fishing is to overfish and not use the fish, which is another reason why some strict stipulations are in place. Didn’t catch that? This explains it.
No matter where you live you need to always be sure to get a license to fish if it is required before fishing, but also be sure that you find all of the legal things involving fishing. You must know what types of line, rods, and hooks that you are allowed to use, and also when and where you can fish. This is for your safety as well as the safety of the fish, but also because there are times when certain fish are at a higher risk of being fished out. When you check to see the amount of fish you can catch at the local wildlife department, you are doing the right thing.
posted by www.fisheatingcreekresort.com on May 30
There are always going to be people who like to fish with bait that is alive and kicking. Although this is not true for all people, it is necessary for some people who are trying to catch harder to find fish. When you are not sure whether or not you are allowed to use live bait when fishing, you need to go to the local fish and game department near you, look on the internet Read the rest of this entry »
posted by www.fisheatingcreekresort.com on May 27
It is vitally important to know the area where you are going fishing prior to embarking on your fishing trip. There are many diverse restrictions that vary greatly from location to location.
Many areas have restrictions on the number or type of fish that you are allowed to catch. Knowing this ahead of time will make it a much more enjoyable trip. Be sure to take note of any specifications regarding the size of fish you are allowed to keep as well. Check out this link here. In addition, most bodies of water have very particular rules regarding types of watercrafts that are allowed. There are generally signs posted, but if you come prepared you will not have to worry about that or go to another location. It is also a good idea to acquire a map of the area prior to fishing because the map will tell you exactly where you can and cannot fish. Certain areas also have restrcitions on flies, lures, and bait.
Conducting research about the area where you are going to fish before you go will make your trip much smoother. A few minutes of investivgation might make the difference between a successful fishing trip and a very long day.
posted by www.fisheatingcreekresort.com on May 24
Nothing is worse than going out on a long fishing trip and not having enough bait; or worse, forgetting the bait or brining the wrong type. If you know that you are an avid fisherperson, you need to be sure that you always have not only enough bait for a few days, even if only fishing a few hours, but also that you have the best type of bait. You want to be sure that you have a way to keep the bait Read the rest of this entry »