In this article were going to discuss some major considerations as to the reasons why fish bite. There are obviously many reasons that a fish may or may not bite your offering, and in this article were going to discuss some of the most prevalent. Are these the only reasons, of course not, but they are nonetheless very important as to why fish bite. Use this information to your advantage as an angler and you’ll start to see much more fishing productivity.
Let each article or blog post on your site be tailor written to specific areas of your niche. For example, if you have a website devoted to selling fishing equipment, you might have articles about “how to choose a fishing reel” or “the best fishing lures to use” or even articles on how to catch specific fish.
You can flip or pitch most any lure you choose, but most bass anglers agree that soft plastics work best. Good examples of soft plastic baits to use are worms, lizards, flukes, Senkos, slug-o, brush hogs, and tubes. Some good companies to purchase plastic baits from are Zoom, Berkley, Bass Pro Shops and Strike King.
Obviously, when it comes to fishing lure s, trying to figure out which is the best can be a tough decision. There are literally tens of thousands of choices available and navigating through those choices can be a tall order. With this article I hope to cut through some of the BS and give you some real world information, and even some suggestions as to the effectiveness of this or that fishing lure. Lets begin our search for the best popper fishing lure, shall we?
As a wooden lure maker, I’ve spent a lot of time perfecting the art of making suspending lures. It’s not a simple task, as the weight balance has to be absolutely perfect. Nonetheless, there is a technique that can be used for consistent results, and I’ve described this in previous articles and on my website.
Heavy rain and roiling seas had scuttled any fishing plans I’d had for earlier this morning. In the clear afternoon, I opted to work on a couple of lures to pass the sauna-like conditions of Colombia’s Pacific coast. The Choco region is one of the wettest regions in the world according to the Guinness Book of Records. More than 43 and a half feet of rain fall each year – enough to flood a building above its fourth floor.
Though trout can be caught all day (and all night), early morning and late evening is generally the most productive. Fish for trout in areas that are sunny when it is cold and hit the shade when it is warm.