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The idea behind this piece is to help the beginner fly fishing. The terminology and the basic methods used in fly fishing may be unfamiliar to the beginner at fly fishing, so we will start from the very beginning. Therefore, if you are a beginner fly fishing person, please read on in order to become acquainted with fly fishing.
The things needed for fly fishing are generally known as tackle, although if you want to be more accurate about the type of things you need, you can tack on the words “fly fishing”. Therefore, we use the phrase: “fly fishing tackle”. Fly fishing tackle, or gear, basically comprises artificial flies, a fly rod, a fly reel and fly line. The set-up is: the fly is affixed to the line, which is wound around the reel, which is attached to the rod or pole, which is used to cast the fly or other bait.
To make it easier to cast the fly as far as required from the angler, the line has to be a little weightier than the other types of fishing line, as a weight is used in other kinds of fishing to obtain the same result. Also, the artificial flies are available in all sorts of shapes, sizes and colours to reflect real, live flies, depending on the type of fish the angler hopes to catch.
Although the terminology “deep sea fishing” seems to refer to marine fishing trips, the term actually applies to any type of fishing in waters wider than a lake. Rivers and ponds can not mean “deep sea fishing” as the water is too shallow in most cases. Open sea fishing is carried out outside coastal waters that is the habitat of lots of the larger fish.
Deep sea fishing requires bigger boats for the task so as to maneuver and store the catch conveniently. Such a boat should have enough room for the crew meant to carry out the fishing and also for the equipment needed in order to catch and store the big fish. It should be the type of boat intended to withstand storms and bad weather at sea and to facilitate access to the fishing area quickly and safely.
The wide range of fish that are caught in deep sea fishing includes marlins, swordfish, sailfish, large tunas and various types of sharks. There are also smaller species of fish captured at the same time with these large ones. However, the former are not part of the plan. These come as by-catch or, if caught intentionally, they are meant to be turned into bait for the larger fishes.
Lake fishing is quite akin to river fishing, or slow-flowing river fishing at any rate. The types of fish in rivers and lakes tend to be the identical, which means that the tackle, bait and lures will be the identical too, although you might require a longer fishing rod, say, a beach-casting rod to cast your bait farther out into the lake. Lake fish will regularly grow to a bigger size than river fish, so your line should be stronger as well.
Lake fish conventionally been classified under three general headings. To be exact, game fish, food fish, and bait fish. Bass, trout, pike, pickerel, muskellunge, perch, etc., are recognized as game fish because of their sporting importance. Carp, suckers, some of the catfish, yellow perch, etc., are considered food fish.
This second group is not though to furnish the sport that the so-called game fish do, but they do have a real monetary and sporting worth. The third class are the minnows and tiddlers that can be used as bait for the first two classes.
Bass fishing tips come in quite handy especially when you are a beginner. First of all, it would be a good thing to know that bass are fish whose metabolism depends on the temperature of water. Their metabolism rises proportionally with increased water temperature. If the water where they live is cold, as it is in deeper waters, they are less active and so need to eat less.
Moreover, around January bass fishing should start to be directed to warmer and warmer waters as bass tend to leave cold deep waters so they can spawn. Also, during fall bass start to move towards colder and deeper waters where they would be better off during the cold season. Yet fishermen should not expect them to travel great distances very quickly. Their cycles of moving from one place to another as the seasons change, last for several months.
It is also good to know when bass fishing that these fish are very sociable. They tend to stick together in schools, especially those of the same size. Therefore, if you have already caught some bass, you are likely to catch more in the same area as long as you do not throw the dead fish you’ve already caught back into the water to panic the rest of the school.