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  • 1. Do you recall the time that you caught your first fish? Perhaps it was when you were a child fishing with yourdad, or maybe it was more recently, out on an expeditionwith friends. Anyone can take up the hobby of fishing, and by following the advice this article gives you, you can be successful at fishing.
  • 2. You want to always pick rods of quality when you begin your fishing adventures. Low-quality rods might becheap, but youll pay more in the end because they breakdue to poor quality control. In the long run, investing in a quality rod is more cost-effective.
  • 3. You shouldnt continue fishing at the same location overand over. Even if you have a favorable track record in thatarea, it is unlikely that you will continue to see the same results.
  • 4. When you are out trying to catch some fish, make surethat you use a good sunscreen. Large bodies of water can reflect the sun as much as the sky above. Protect your exposed skin by using a quality SPF 15 or higher sunscreen, and reapply it after every hour or two.
  • 5. Make sure you lubricate and clean the fishing reel. A clean cast and ready reeling are crucial to catching fish. A well-lubricated reel means easier casts and less work reeling in a fish. Taking good care of your reels is vital to successful fishing.
  • 6. While fishing can be a wonderful way to relax and de- stress, you shouldnt go fishing alone. If you have anaccident or a breakdown, another person can become very useful in getting help or supplies.
  • 7. You should know a couple basic knots before you start fishing. This will make it easier for you to switch your equipment and also make sure that your hook doesntcome off of your line. After a little practice, you should be a natural at tying and untying secure, neat knots.
  • 8. Smallmouth bass and walleye tend to be picky regarding the live bait that you use. Increase your chances of catching a lot of fish by bringing a few dozen leeches as backup bait. Leeches can be kept alive overnight byputting them into a plastic or Styrofoam container that is ventilated and has water in the bottom.
  • 9. Take extra care when netting fish. When netting afish, make sure the fish goes into the net headfirst. When the fish gets scared and tries to get away, it will go into your net and allow you to net it more easily.
  • 10. If you do not have an aerator, change your bait wells water frequently. To do otherwise risks killing yourbait, making them useless for fishing. Even if you use an aerator, its a smart move to change your bait water at least twice a day.
  • 11. Do your homework and find out the type of bait that attracts the variety of fish you are hoping to catch. As an example, catfish prefer chicken liver while bream fishprefer crickets. Most likely you will not be very successfulif the bait you use is the wrong kind for attracting the fish you want to catch.
  • 12. Dont get discouraged if at first you dont catch very much. Fishing is all about patience. When checking out a new location to fish, cast your line out for around 30 minutes before you make a decision on the potential of this spot. There are different reasons for fish to be affected in a certain area, such as too much water movement, or the time of day.
  • 13. Even though people often use fishing as a way to relax and leave the stresses of everyday life, always be sure to go fishing with someone. Its safer; you can better handle accidents or unexpected circumstances if someone else accompanies you on your fishing trip.
  • 14. Choose a fishing spot wisely. A familiarity with the kind offish you want to catch will help you. Some varieties preferto skim the surface, while others will cling to the bottom. Some fish like shady places and some stay where there is good sunlight. Understand what habits the fish you are after exhibit.
  • 15. If you are fishing for walleye or pike, be wary of theirsharp teeth. Their teeth are sharp and they will try to biteyou. Grab these fish by their bellies and remove your hook after you know the fish is certainly dead. If you are planning on releasing the fish, protect your hands with gloves as you remove the hook.
  • 16. As stated in the above article, fishing is something people of any age love to do. Many individuals just like to fishwhile some do it for sport. Regardless of the kind of fisheryou are, you should more about this hobby to bring homemore fishes. Try using the tips in this article to help ensure you have a successful fishing trip the next time you go.
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