Fishing Tips For Beginners Hanford CA

If you are new to fishing you might be overwhelmed by the amount of information you are presented with.

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Fishing Tips For Beginners

If you are new to fishing you might be overwhelmed by the amount of information you are presented with. There are numerous sources of fishing information from books, shops, friends and family, the Internet and many others. Don t be intimidated by it all. Instead, focus initially on a few simple tips to help make your first fishing trip a success.

1. Fishing with bait.

To get the bait to the fish you will need to use a weight. The weight you need will depend on where you are fishing. A bank sinker and a number 2 hook should be ok to begin with.

Using a swivel will prevent the sinker from sliding. If you want to protect the knot use a lightweight bead positioned between the weight and swivel.

Bait the most popular and easy to obtain type of bait is worms. Some fishermen also like to use livers or chicken in particular. You must make sure your bait is cold so it does not fall off the hook. However, you should experiment with different types of bait and see what produces the best results.

2. Where to Find Fishing Bait

Bait sources for a successful fishing trip are plentiful. Many people like to catch their bait themselves since then they know where it came from and are familiar with its freshness. Or, if you favor convenience, you can simply purchase your bait at a fishing shop.

There are, of course, pros and cons to buying or catching your bait. If you buy it you will have exactly what you want, but can sometimes pay an inflated price depending where you shop. On the other hand, catching your own bait is free, so you save money.

However, you may spend a lengthy day gathering the amount of bait you need, so it can be very time consuming. One great bait for fishing is earthworms, and they can easily be obtained for free.

3. The 3 basic methods to fish.

Drift fishing. This, as the name suggests, allows the line to drift in the current that you have cast into. You can do this up or down stream.

Plunking. This method uses weights to keep the bait in place after you have cast out. If you would like to use the current to assist you slightly, just use a lighter weight.

Back bouncing. This method relies on you lifting your rod up 1 or 2 feet and letting the lure settle back down again. While you are doing this, reel your line in slightly allowing it to stay taught.

4. Fishing from a boat. First you need to decide in what location you will be fishing. This allows you choose the weight of your jigheads.

Using a heavy weight and keeping your line straight, you will be able to drift with the current. Slow trolling with a bottom walker is good when boat fishing.

If you follow these quick tips you will be enjoying your first fishing trip with minimal problems. In fact, take a friend or family member with you to share your enjoyment. Just be cautious and carry safety equipment and a first aid kit with you at all times in case of an emergency. It is also a very good idea to take a cell phone along with you.



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