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Ice fishing might turn out to be an extremely enjoyable activity for you if you are one of those who love the frozen lake and a tiny gap in the ice through which to peer into the deep blue. For most people who enjoy fishing, the onset of the cold wave basically means that they have to hang up their fishing hooks. But this is not the case if you are an ice fishing enthusiast. The following are some practical tips to help you out in the pursuit of this amazing activity.
As an individual, I always find this kind of fishing to be a sort of consolation prize if you are unable to fish under normal circumstances. Besides, it can also provide you ample time and opportunity to down a few drinks on your own. However, I have done quite a bit of ice fishing during my lifetime and the few useful tips that I have collected might come in handy for you too.
Be prepared–Because there is ice involved, the temperature is obviously going to be pretty low. Please make sure that you are well protected against the cold. Remember the important rule of never getting your limbs cold. Because these are the primary things you need in this activity, if your limbs start freezing over, it will become progressively harder for you to fish on the ice. Put on more than one pair of mittens and socks at a time to give you extra insulation from the freezing cold.
In fact, here you might find it useful to purchase and use some glove liners. This basically provides double protection for your fingers. And during the fishing expedition, if you need to take off your actual gloves for some tricky maneuvering with the hook, the glove liners will still keep your fingers warm.
Time it properly–Fishing on the ice requires a lot of patience. This is especially true when it is freezing cold. So, it would be more useful if you could time your trips according to the activities of the fish. Fish movements are greatly determined by the lunar cycle and the climactic pattern of a certain place. if you want to be certain that the time you fish is going to be the most active time for the fish, do study and plan according to the moon and the weather.
Proper baits–If you really want to take ice fishing seriously, then using gang hooks is a great idea. These are basically small hooks which are tied up together and display the bait as naturally as possible. In fact, for people who like synthetic baits, pre-tied gang hooks are the best bet. These actually provide twice as much bait as an ordinary hook provides, which normally attracts more and more fish towards your bait and hook. A tiny barrel swivel of either size 10 or 12 connects it to your line. The best thing about the swivel is that it almost vanishes underwater and thus appears as natural as possible.
Basically with the right timing and the right hooks, it is not at all difficult to be a pro at ice fishing. So use the aforementioned tips and you should have a fun and fulfilling ice fishing adventure.
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Why finesse jigs? When should you throw them? What are they for? Are they really that effective at catching quality and quantity at the same time? We’re going to cover everything you need to know about Finesse jigs in this video!
The finesse jig shines throughout the Spring and early Summer. It produces consistently around cover, docks, and even around chunk rock. It has all the same fish catching qualities as a full size jig but it allows you to downsize your equipment and line to adapt to changing conditions.
The next time you’re on a shaky head, dropshot, or Texas Rig bite, consider throwing a finesse jig instead and you might be surprised at the number of big bass that had been lurking in front of you all along.
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Those that choose to fish Bay Area Houston (BAH) absolutely love the area. For those not in the know, Bay Area Houston (BAH) is a part of Texas that encompasses the area between Houston & Galveston. Bay Area Houston thrives on its proximity to Galveston Bay & the Gulf of Mexico, boasting nearly forty miles of coastline that contribute greatly to the economic success of the region. The area also is home to NASA’s Johnston Space Center, which makes it an integral part of the U.S. space program, as well as the country’s history.
Anglers in the know understand that Bay Area Houston (BAH) has a lot going on in terms of its fishing scene, and for those interested in getting in on the action, these same anglers are willing to pull back the curtain a bit regarding what makes this area of southeast Texas so special for fishing.
Here are seven “secrets” you should know before you decide to fish Bay Area Houston:
Guided Fishing – You don’t have to go at it alone in BAH. Guided fishing tours take are available in abundance. For example, Bay Bound Guide Service is quick to note that you don’t have to be a pro angler to have fun. Captain Fred George has been a year-round fishing guide on the Galveston Bay System for over 15 years & even puts together guided trips based on a client’s preference.
You Don’t Need Your Own Boat – Maybe you’re big on fishing, but you don’t want to travel with a boat. That’s OK because companies like Clear Lake & Galveston Power Boats has you covered. Depending on your needs, they have water crafts of all sizes to take care of you.
Dress It Up or Down – Most fishermen like to tailor their trip around them, but this can get tough when you travel somewhere new. Don’t worry because companies like Frazier’s Guide Service aim to make things fun even for “newbies”. Ralph Frazier is a highly decorated & respected angler and has been a pro fishing guide for over four decades.
Brackish Water – Brackish water is a combination of salt & fresh water. It’s an interesting make-up & one that can be found in the BAH area. Clear Lake Texas Fishing Trips is a guided fishing company that understands this & helps visitors navigate this unique feature.
Educational – The various guide services are always looking to teach people about fishing, enjoying the activity, preservation of the area, as well as the technology associated with sport. The aforementioned Bay Bound Guide Service, along with Maher’s Guide Service & Bay Adventures Sportfishing, all focus on teaching the craft while having fun.
Options – Sometimes when you fish in an area, you know that you’ll be catching one or two types of fish. BAH has many options due to its unique geographic location & mixing of waters from different sources. Trout, flounder, mackerel, sheepshead, and drum are just some of the fish you will come across.
Dedicated Service – Perhaps the one secret that really isn’t a secret is that many of the guide services & water craft rental companies have either been in business at least about two decades or have owners & operators that have as much as four decades worth of experience, and all of this experience goes toward making sure everyone learns something & has fun.
It’s easy to see why those that fish Bay Area Houston (BAH) are destined to become life-long fans of the area, and that is perhaps the biggest ‘secret’ of all – you just don’t know what you’re missing until you’re here!
Winter smallmouth bass fishing on lake Washington can produce trophy bass unlike any other time of the year. Join Mark Maderos, BigBass Dez, and myself as we fish for these beautiful winter fish. Filmed early February, 2009. Originally released on Google Video
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I’m sure that there is not one angler out there that will not totally understand what I am going to say about one of my favorite items to go shopping for. Lures! We all know what it’s like to go into our local tackle store and become totally overwhelmed with all of the varieties of fishing tackle that is now being made available to us.
Do you remember when one aisle of lures would be enough and we were still able to catch our fish? However, we were wrong and the manufactures are now out to prove it to us. We now have choices, so many choices. I now call them my Lure de Jour. I have a different lure for each day of the year and more. Sometimes even in three or four colors.
Lures have become hot! They not only have hooks to catch our fish, but they have the hooks to drag us down each aisle. We are all in search of finding that one special, you all know what I mean… this is the one, I can feel it, I know its going to catch fish, Lure!
Since I have spent many hours in a tackle stores investigating, comparing and purchasing what Looks Hot for the season I can guarantee to you that somewhere in my tackle box now sits that secret lure. At least I hope it is and sure hope I got the right color.
If it attracts us, well it must attract the fish, Yes? Well actually No. Just because we found the colors interesting or thought the bait was just to pretty to leave behind, doesn’t mean that it’s actually going to catch anything more then the one fish that is buying it. Yes that’s you, or me.
The end result is and always will be how many fish it’s going to catch and how big. I know that I want to be coming off the lake showing the boys my shopping trips were well worth it.
We all know that we are searching to find that secret bait. We want that special lure that will guarantee that we catch the biggest fish. We want the one that will prove to everyone that we deserve the title of angler of the weekend. Aren’t we all weekend warriors in search of the ultimate prize, the bragging rights, and the right of passage?
The bait company’s have made sure that they challenge us. They have created and recreated baits for each species, water color, depth, season and any condition that they believe we may encounter. They tempt us with more each year, bigger, better, more colorful. We also know how difficult it has become to sort through the rows and rows of plastic and rubber thing a ma jigs to find that special lure that says,
“I am going to catch you a big fish”.
They have made in every color under the rainbow some form of eye catching fish design ready to be tied to the end of your fishing line. The lures are painted, metal and plastic some with holograms shimming and calling our name. “Look, I will fool that fish, I promise” or “If you just try me I know I can catch huge fish.”
I wonder many times if I may have left the Best lure still in the store.
After the weekend of using some of my new baits, I am mostly disappointed. If I had only picked up that other special hologram version in the passion purple, I just might have caught myself that trophy fish. Darn, next time.
“I’m going to catch You a Big Fish!” Ha, do you sometimes wonder if that Lure is actually saying … “I just caught myself a big fish! As you head to the cashier.
Maybe those Lure manufacturers are sitting back laughing at how many fish they caught.
All I know is I can’t wait to go back shopping again. I am sure now that I would have done so much better with the purple passion. Darn. Maybe next week.