Freshwater Fishing Tips - How To
Catch Freshwater Fish
There are tips and secrets to
catching more freshwater fish. Here is a collection of some of those freshwater fishing tips. Please
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Tips for fishing in freshwater
When fishing in freshwater lakes, there
are seven exceptional spots to look for. The seven most productive lake spots are: near
shorelines - lily pads & weed beds, near dead logs, under docks or bridges, in deep lake
water, under overhanging frees or bushes, the shelter of a rocky shore, and near a mouth of an
Check out your local river or lake when
it's very low and see what you find. Fish like to hide in holes and they are easier to spot when
the water is lower. That will give you some fishing spots all year round.
Replace ordinary gray treble hooks with
red when fishing for most freshwater species, but especially for walleye. The red hooks resemble
blood, and therefore is percieved by the fish as wounded prey.
water try to find submerged wood. Old rotted docks are great producers. These area often hold
lots of dig perch, rock bass, gill, and smaller bass. Just cast small, weightless worms over the
stucture, of along the bottom nearbye.
fish aren't working with you, before you call it a day, try something different. Try lures that
you wouldn't normally use. Such as big rattlin' crankbaits, giant worms, big 3 or 4 bladed
spinnerbaits, etc. And try to present them in different ways every cast before you give up.
To catch a variety of species including
crappie, and even small largemouths, try hooking on a
live worm and fishing it off the bottom. Use a split shot or two. Throw it out there, sit back,
and watch the line for hits.
A Mepp's spinner is a
consistent fish producer. You can catch everything from bass to catfish on
them. It requires no action...simply cast and reel.