Fishing Tips for Beginners
Do Your Research
Before you cast your line make sure you have a general idea of what you’re getting into. They are plenty of good books and blogs that can teach you the basics of fishing.
Understand the Basic Procedure
Familiarise yourself with basic skills before you hit the water. Practice adding bait to your hook, casting your line and tying knots.
Choose the right Equipment
Beginners will benefit the most form a specific rod and reels that are simpler for someone who is just beginning to cast. Open-faced fishing reels are never recommended for somewhat just starting out.
Get the bell right
Be aware of what fish you are trying to catch and what kind of bait attracts them. Catfish, for example, respond to either specially made bait for catfish or even raw chicken liver while bream fish like insects like crickets. The wrong bait could mean a long fishing trip.
Have a decent idea of where your chosen fish spawn and dwell. Setting up shop there will improve your chances of catching one.
Check the Weather
An overcast sky can lead to some of the most successful fishing trips. While you can still catch fish in other weather conditions, an overcast sky has proven to be the best.
Dress for success
Boots are a must. As you will usually be required to be near water, boots will be beneficial for the times that you will have to unexpectedly wade into it. Also, make sure you are wearing layers as the weather can drastically change until the afternoon. If you have longer hair, it is a good idea that you wear it back in a ponytail.
Since this will most likely be your first trip, bring a lunch. Something it can take quite a while before you even get the first bite.
If you re here water you are even closer to bugs, especially mosquitoes. Remember the bug spray and you should be itch free.
No Children, No worries.
If you have to constantly pay attention to small children, try not to bring them on your fishing trip. In order to bring home your prized fish, you must have an optimal concentration.