Lake Fishing.

By Owen Jones

Lake fishing is very similar to river fishing, or slow-flowing river fishing at any rate. The types of fish in rivers and lakes tend to be the same, which means that the tackle, bait and lures will be the same as well, although you might want a longer fishing rod, say, a beach-casting rod to cast your bait farther out into the lake. Lake fish will often mature to a larger size than river fish, so your line should be stronger too.

Lake fish conventionally been classed under three broad headings. That is to say, game fish, food fish, and bait fish. Bass, trout, pike, pickerel, muskellunge, perch, etc., are known as game fish because of their sporting value. Carp, suckers, some of the catfish, yellow perch, etc., are considered food fish.

This latter group is not though to furnish the sport that the so-called game fish do, but they do have a genuine economic and recreational worth. The third class are the minnows and tiddlers that can be used as bait for the first two classes.

It is not simple to descibe the right technique to cast long distances, but it does come nuturally to quite a few fishermen. However, if casting does not come effortlessly to you, you will need to watch other lake or beach fishermen. If you are not happy doing that, you will be able to find a video on the subject. However, the best method to learn how to cast is to go down to the beach , watch an expert at work and try to do the same.

Nonetheless, lake fishing is enormous fun and the novice will quickly master the correct technique of lake fishing. Therefore, I have placed some handy tips here to help you learn lake fishing more rapidly.

i]. Try to take up a smooth, whip-like cast. However, if you crack the whip too violently, you will definitely shake off a great deal of bait, flies or lures..

ii]. Timing is the all-important factor in both the back cast and forward cast.

iii]. Study the habits of the fish that live in the lake that you propose to fish. All fish have both similar and dissimilar habits, so either obtain a book or video or join a club to find out more.

iv]. The majority of fish like some type of protection, either for themselves or because their prey will like it there. Be careful of weeds, reeds and submerged logs or you will lose heaps of line and tackle..

v]. As I mentioned before, lake fish tend to be larger, because food is copious and there is bags of room. A large bass, for example, can easily weigh 10-12 lbs, so make sure that your rod and line are up to the task. A rod of seven feet six inches to eight feet in length can tolerate these sizes of fish.

Lake fishing is not so really unusual from other types of fishing, so if you put a little energy into studying the techniques and fish involved in lake fishing, you will soon master the skill and turn into an expert at lake fishing.

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