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Something to think about   If you were a fish and you were in a large body of water the first two things you would worry about is food and comfort. Now I want you go outside and look around at the lay of the land, picture all the houses and building gone and anything man made, also picture it gone and then what do you see. You going to see what the fish see, some trees some rocks some valleys some hills and some holes in the ground. Now anything in the water that can’t live of course would...

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Do fish feel the cold?     Most fish are cold-blooded, so their body's temperature is the same as the water. We feel cold as an improvement between the body temperature therefore the surrounding air or water. Interestingly we are typically comfortable at an air temperature far lower than your body temperature and that can only survive a few degree swing in our body temperature. We get hypothermia at 95 F, only 3.6 degrees below our normal body's temperature. If the body temperature rises above 104 F we have been also at risk,Many fish can withstand a much wider selection...

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The Truth About Wind and Fishing Wind from the east, fish bite the least; Wind from the west, the fish bite the best; Wind from the north, few sailors set forth; Wind from the south blows bait in their mouth. I’ve heard variations of this old fishing rhyme at least a thousand times since I was a kid. While it’s not always correct, the little proverb is a good predictor for fishing trips across most of the U.S. The wind direction does not cause fish to bite, however the reason for the wind direction often does. For instance, an east...

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The best times to fish are directly related to fishing during the right tides How many times have you tested your favorite fishing spot only to find the action slow? Then seemingly without reason, the place becomes alive with rolling silver backs, or the water turns a sullen gray as pods of fish move into the area. Tide — or current influence on fish and bait — results in such happenings hundreds of times daily throughout the world's inshore waters. To become a better fisherman, it's up to you to figure out the best tides for fishing and the best...

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There is far more to tying fishing rigs than simply picking the right hook and weights. Expert anglers depend on different rig configurations to present baits and lures at a variety of depths, with varying actions, and in a manner that facilitates setting the hook without spooking the quarry. Each rig, however, has a set of conditions under which it excels, as noted in the descriptions accompanying the following rigging illustrations. BLACKFISH RIG Blackfish are aggressive feeders that can snip the bait from a hook with surprising ease. For this reason, it makes sense to present two baits when bottom...

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