Fishing Tips

By navillus on 3/21/2011 • Rank (942) • Views (964) •Comments(0)
If you are planning to release a fish handle it as little as possible. Fish have a slime coating that protects them from disease, human contact can remove the slime and leave the fish vulnerable. Wetting your hands or wearing gloves also helps.

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Always net a fish head first. It is easier on the fish and they can't swim backwards.

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If practicing release fishing use heavier tackle. The shorter fight will leave the fish in better shape to recover.

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Ever pull an anchor up a couple hundred feet? Try an anchor ball.

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Anchoring on a spot in strong wind or current is tricky. A sea anchor can help create drag and make the task easier. If you don't have a sea anchor a large bucket and rope will work.

By navillus on 3/21/2011 • Rank (1074) • Views (1102) •Comments(0)
To rig a balloon as a live bait float, try using a three way swivel. One point goes to your line, one to the bait leader, and the last to a snap. Hook the snap to the ring on the bottom of the balloon. The bait will swim freely and the balloon will stay attached to the snap even after it pops.

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Treble hook alternative

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Follow the birds

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RFA to protect your fishing rights

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Find temperature breaks with forcasting services

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