The backs of hands rank as one of the most susceptible areas for developing skin cancer, and while sunscreen is a good deterrent, it’s not nearly enough. Increasingly, anglers are taking measures to cover up, both when plying the offshore waters as well as stalking inshore haunts.
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Regardless of the rod and reel you choose, you probably shouldn’t use a line any thicker than 6 pound test — just make sure you’re using a good quality line, so it will be strong and flexible. Some believe that the trout actually can see heavier line, but this is simply not the case. Trout eyes have been thoroughly examined under a microscope, and human vision is actually 14 times more acute. And even if they could clearly see your fishing line under water, they’re probably not smart enough to care. Instead it seems that they are most often spooked by the shadow cast by the contact point of the line ENTERING the water. Next time you’re fishing in clear water, take a look. Your line moving around on the surface of the water will cast a BIG shadow on the bottom of the stream. Since sudden movement spook trout, it makes sense that you’re chasing fish away. If you keep your rod tip down so the shadow is at your feet, you’ll do fine.
When looking at fishing gloves, the kind material each glove is made out of is very important, as you don’t want to have too much, or too little, of material for your fishing needs. If you know you will be fishing for fish which have larger scales or gill plates or larger teeth, then you will need to get gloves which offer a material which will protect you from getting cuts and scrapes. In contrast, if you mostly are fishing for fish which are pretty docile, and in a warmer environment, then having a fishing glove with material that is more breathable and thinner would suffice.
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Shrimp-lure companies remain tight-lipped about the details of their baits, although they will reveal general details of ingredients, such as polyvinyl chloride (PVC) or thermoplastic elastomers (TPE). They will also tell you how the soft baits work and why they catch fish, but I have my own essential techniques after fishing artificials for years. Shrimp basically move in three different ways: fleeing quickly backward, slowly swimming with the current or falling gently to rest on the bottom. Make sure whichever artificial shrimp you utilize successfully mimics one of these three natural movements. Too many anglers are lazy with their lure action or reel too quickly.
After my first week on the Mississippi River, I sent three fishing rods and a large tackle box home. After seven days of fishing and catching many walleye, smallmouth bass, northern pike, crappie and bluegills, I didn’t anticipate needing anything but a medium-action, fast-tip, seven-foot spinning rod, a Mitchell 300 reel with six-pound line and a box of spinners and leadhead jigs.
A snug fit and tacky grip will accomplish that goal, and AFTCO, Pelagic, Hi-Seas and Buff offer a number of models from which to choose: some are full-fingered, while others expose the fingers to facilitate easier knot tying.
With the recent ground swell in popularity of catch-and-release, the single Siwash hook has gained enormous exposure. Siwashs replace treble hooks on article baits; damaging fish less than trebles. Most come with the eye “opened” for ease-of-use when replacing trebles.
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What’s on the menu? I always start by learning what the gamefish like to eat where I’m fishing. Asking a local fisheries biologist or angler usually produces this information, and then I try to “match the hatch” so to speak—using lures closely mimicking prey color, size and shape. Baits resembling predominant forage almost always elicit more strikes than baits that don’t. Be sure, however, you use the right lure for the right cover and structure. If you know a lake has lots of shad in it, for example, you may want to throw shad-colored lures, but only if you’re fishing areas where shad will be. If you move from open water to shallow grass beds, it may be best to tie on a crawfish imitation instead.
Cast your lure and let it remain still while the line starts to sink. Do nothing for several seconds, then slowly start to work the lure beneath the surface by making short retrieval reels, then letting it sink back down.
Many trout fishermen are jig fisherman exclusively and can’t imagine why anyone would consider fishing any other way. And with the success they enjoy, it’s hard to argue with them. Favorite jig colors are white, hot pink, and black & yellow mixed. There are also those that prefer to fish these jigs under a bobber or strike indicator, just giving the lure an occasional twitch. Using this method will work better with a smaller jig — sometimes called micro jigs — and fished very close to the bottom. This is basically nymph fishing with a spinning rod. Cast upstream, and allow the lure to drift back toward you, passing the jig by as many fish as possible.
The type of water you fish is important in choosing a hull design and length of kayak. Are you fishing moving water or still water? In faster currents, a 10- to 12-foot kayak with a flat bottom and an upward curvature (rocker) at the bow and stern is preferred. These attributes make it more nimble and allow you to quickly steer around boulders and downed logs, and through changing current seams. With a flat bottom and less of the hull on the water, the kayak can quickly pivot to change direction. A wider hull (about 31 to 35 inches) increases stability in fast turns. While such stability is beneficial in rivers, it reduces speed and increases weight.
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