Saltwater Fishing 101

One of the known fishing favorites of many anglers is none other than the trout. These fish are abundant almost anywhere, the exact location of them depending on which type of trout they are. The brook trout’s native habitat includes the territory from Labrador westward to the Saskatchewan, whereas the rainbow trout is native to Pacific coast anywhere from Alaska all the way down to California. On the other hand, brown trout can be found in the waters of virtually...
Though there are plenty of things to account for when fishing, there are some basic tips to consider when fishing for Tuna or just casually fishing a lake in your area. Here are five tips to consider: Check the licensing requirements. The first step to take before you go fishing anywhere is to verify whether fishing is indeed allowed and whether a fishing permit is required where you are planning to go. Pick out the right bait. Identify the type(s)...
One of the most common forms of fishing in the world is Fly fishing. Fly Fishing is a bit more technical and more involving than most ways of angling. Though fly fishing is not for everyone, there are some things that you may enjoy about the style.  Madison Valley River Madison Valley River is considered one of the more popular destinations for fly fishing. In the surrounding areas, there are cabins and other accommodations nearby the river. This makes it easy...
Whether you are fishing for sport or as a job, you want a gaff that will perform when trying to get a fish aboard. We will be covering what to look for when you are shopping around for a gaff. Gaffs come in all sorts of lengths, materials, designs, and hook sizes which are tailored to pull in different types of fish.  Gaff Length When looking at lengths for Gaffs, you want to be sure you have enough length for both...
     Many avid fishermen have experienced days when the fish simply refuse to strike their lures and even refuse to take their live or cut bait but then, for reasons unknown, the fish suddenly and mysteriously change their minds and begin an apparent feeding frenzy. In addition, many fishermen have also noticed that fish seem to feed avidly for a short period preceding sunrise and for a short time afterward and then repeat this phenomenon at sunset even on...
Most avid saltwater fishermen are aware that all of the world’s oceans experience tides and that both rising and falling tides affect fish feeding behavior. In addition, most saltwater fishermen are aware that the tides are caused by the gravitational pull of the Moon as it rotates around the Earth. Consequently, while some locations around the Earth’s seemingly endless coastline experience only one equal high and equal low tide per day (aka Diurnal), other locations experience two uneven tides per...