Mealies, Waxies, Worms and Maggots, Live Bait Choices

For novice and seasoned fishermen alike, having access to the right bait and tackle is never an issue that should go overlooked. Being able to employ a more versatile approach to fishing in any environment can make all the difference on your next outing or expedition. Ensuring that you have the gear and options needed for most circumstances, as well as any special options and tackle that might be needed for dealing with a tricky environment or trying to catch a specific kind of fish could make a far bigger difference than you might have expected.Get more information Read the rest of this entry »

The Most Product Live Bait For Bass

There are thousands upon thousands of manufactured lures and other types of bait which can be used for bass fishing. However, there is no substitute for live bait when fishing for bass. It is easy to consider bass to be a humble game fish like any other, but it is actually a highly evolved and specialized ambush predator. Notice that the eyes of the bass are positioned in a way which allows them to easily focus forward or upward. Bass have natural Read the rest of this entry »

Where The Big Catfish Hide

Whether you are looking for catfish for trophies or for dinner, you need to know where the big ones hide. You can fill your bucket with smaller specimens, but if you want something big, you need to know where to look.

When it comes to bagging the really big monsters, make sure that you think about river holes. Large holes in the water mean that the catfish have a place to hide from the current, to rest and also to feed without getting interrupted. Read the rest of this entry »

Fishing in the Rain – The Ideal Time

There are plenty of fishing programs on DIRECT TV that offer would-be fishermen out there tips on the ideal fishing experience. Most of these tips range from keeping your voice down to showing up at the crack of dawn to even more intricate details like what kinds of lures or bait to use. However, how many of these programs have ever told you to fish in the rain?

While the prospect of sitting in a creaky boat in the middle of the water, soaked to the bone, doesn’t immediately inspire motivation or interest, the truth of the matter is that fishing in the rain is one of the best ways to maximize your chances of catching a fish. The reason for this is because of how the raindrops upset the surface of the water, creating ripples. Fish think these disturbances are bugs (aka “Food”) and come closer to the surface to investigate.

For some people, the rain isn’t such a big deal and, as long as you have the right gear, you shouldn’t have anything to worry about. Just be sure to get out of those wet clothes as soon as you are finished or, if you are camping, start a fire.

The Best Recipes For Shore Cooking

When you are out camping get creative with new fish recipes for your fresh catches. The only equipment that you will really need for cooking is a campfire, a cast iron pan and a pancake flipper. Bring some fresh herbs and spices with you; keeping them fresh in a cooler. Also bring along some fresh lemons and limes, they add depth of flavor to any fish dish bringing a bright touch of flavor enhancement to the dinner table. Remember to only enhance the fish with herbs, spices and Read the rest of this entry »

The Best Techniques For River Walleye Fishing

One of the best types of river fishing is fishing for walleye. These fish are extremely fun to catch and taste great. However, like any type of river fishing, it will be different than fishing for that species in a pond.

Places that you want to be looking to cast for walleye are the deep holes at the bottom of the river or stream bed. Walleye tend to be attracted to these areas where the water has slowed quite a bit. Other areas that are good to look for include: steep points Read the rest of this entry »

The Best Techniques For Bass Fishing In Rivers

The first thing you need to understand is that fishing for bass in rivers isn’t the same game as fishing for bass in lakes or ponds. Typically bass like to hide under trees or in a lot of plant vegetation. However, in rivers, especially with a fast moving current, plant vegetation will be very limited. There will also be very little trees; most will be pushed down stream. Even if there were trees, bass probably won’t be by them. The reason for his is because with a Read the rest of this entry »

The Best Techniques For Bass Fishing In Lakes

If you’re a fan of bass fishing, you will certainly want to make your way to Texas so that you can enjoy bass fishing in some of the best lakes this country has to offer. You will find that you can catch the big bass on Lake Sam Rayburn in Jasper Texas. This lake offers plenty of space for you to fish comfortably with no one else in your zone. You’ll be able to enjoy a relaxing day of fishing on this Lake. This helps Read the rest of this entry »

The Best Techniques For Pan Fishing

Most people are introduced to fishing by learning how to pan fish, and the techniques they learn for success in this style will prove successful at every type of fishing they pursue. They will learn the importance of location based on visible structure like weeds beds and land formations, as well as knowledge of bottom structure of their fishing spot even if it’s not visible. The equipment must fit the species, you don’t want anything too light where you will lose many of the fish you hook and nothing so heavy that fish won’t bite. Pan fishing focuses on smaller species of fish most often measured in ounces rather than pounds but that doesn’t mean it’s not any fun. A lot of the smaller species fight hard and with their quick movements make it more exciting than many of the larger species. Use small hooks with a long shank, Tampa DIRECTV, the straight portion of the hook between the eye and bottom of the hook, to make it less likely the fish will swallow the hook. Small split-shot style sinkers should be just heavy enough to sink your hook and bait, which will require some experimenting. Bobber or float fishing is a good style for pan fishing, and keep these items small so they react quickly to the bites of pan fish. The fishing line should be no more than two pound test line which seems to produce more hits than heavier lines. A simple cane pole or telescopic crappie pole will do just fine in most cases and usable by even the youngest fans. Pan fishing is easy to learn, exciting and often instills a lifelong love for the sport of fishing.