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It’s not hard to successfully
fish when you know where to look, what gear to take, techniques to employ,
and why each species responds to internal and external stimuli. Drift
fishing, fly-fishing, Trolling, Jigs, Spoons, Spinners, Bait, and Crank-Baits
are just some of the outstanding topics that get fish on the hook anywhere.
Steelhead fishing and Salmon fishing create opportunities for adventures
to take place almost literally in your backyard where rivers, lakes,
bays, and estuaries provide outstanding fishing that would otherwise
go unnoticed. The satisfaction of learning new fishing techniques can
keep anglers on the water for lifetimes without the threat of them getting
bored. It's fishing education that's fun to read as much as it is fun
to do. Striper Bass, Largemouth Bass, and Smallmouth Bass can all be
fished using specifically designed techniques on this site! The Species
Identification page has 20 of the most popular angling species, each
listed with varied fishing techniques for fresh and saltwater angling.
How to Measure fish for Weight
using Tape Measures Click Image for Video Technique that Fisheries Use
There are some simple tricks anglers can use to measure their fish
in the absence of a weight scale. Watch this short video to learn from
a Fisheries Manager how to do it. I like using the tape measure trick
but this other is an outstanding alternative. Remember though, to get
an official world record you must follow I.G.F.A. rules (International
Game & Fish Association. Fish On...
How to Read Water
Fishing a pool is one of the essential holds that many species of
fish are found. The ability to "Read" water makes this hold
very easy to find. The most popular reaches that produce fish are: Eddies,
Drop-offs, Undercuts, Slots, Seams, Riffles, Tail-outs, and Tributaries.
If you take into account the entire length and breadth of the system
you want to fish you could easily dismiss 80 percent of the water. All
species of fish will go to the path of least resistance and that's where
Reading water becomes a critical element to a successful fishing trip.
It's true that an angler can cast out anywhere but why lean to luck.
Luck is a four-letter word.
Fly Fishing is Drift Fishing! All these fishing
techniques involve drift-fishing methods: Flies, Buggers, Corkies,
and Baits all catch fish. It's water color, depth, speed, and
casting ranges that differ. Combinations of water types dictate
what fishing methods to employ. Reading water allows anglers
to streamline fishing efforts and that translates into more
bites and less probing reaches. Reading water is incredibly
easy when you know subtle nuances that make ideal holding water,
and it doesn’t matter how clear or turbid the water is;
it’s easy to find fish. Anglers can expect to see “fish
sign” in water that has zero visibility and what it takes
to get them to snap at offerings using their other senses. Fly
fishermen will especially find specific surface-water locations
helpful in locating pressured, stressed, species of fish. The
full dynamic of reading water is carefully laid out in my book
“Steelhead & Salmon Drift-Fishing Secrets”,
which addresses every type of hold fish swim to, in, and around.
There are many subjects about drift fishing anglers are
unaware of and this site will tell expose all the fishing secrets you
need to know to get fish on the hook. The geographic location of where
these fish are become irrelevant with these fishing techniques since
they work anywhere in the world. Every conceivable drift fishing technique
will be explored either on this site and in the book of Steelhead &
Salmon Drift Fishing Secrets. The Tips, Articles, and Fishing Techniques
will show you just how easy it is to get your catch of a lifetime. Like
all fishing techniques getting your fish is largely dependant on what
you're willing to put into it; however, knowing that time and effort
are everything, you can expect to find secret tips to save time and
effort on every single one of these techniques.
These 3 brilliant looking salmon, Coho (Silver Salmon)
on left with two Chinook (King Salmon), were all landed using 6 pound
test even as other fishermen used 80 to 90 pound braided fishing line.
The science used to entice these fish into biting is very easy to understand.
The artistry to fight these salmon can be learned within the span of
a single trip to the water. The fishing techniques that it took to catch
all these fish, and thousand more just like them, are new and out-fishing
all other fishing techniques in fresh and marine environments!
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