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The Basics of Fishing!

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Connor Frank

on 24 September 2012

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The Basics of Freshwater Fishing Best times to go fishing! - Sunrise - Sunset Different types of Game Fish- Largemouth Bass Smallmouth Bass Northern Pike Musky Trout Salmon Perch Walleye Panfish Different types of Rough Fish- Catfish Bullhead Carp Every tackle box should contain- Bobbers Hooks of different sizes Spilt-shot (Sinkers) Needle nose pliers Fishing lines Snap-swivels Lures Knife/multi-tool Different fishing set ups- Bobber, Sinker, Hook and Bait set up Different kinds of lakes- Deep and cold Reservoirs
with little vegetation Seasons: Early spring- haven't spawned yet still in hibernation mode Late Fall- Going into hibernation mode diving to deeper water Best times go fishing during the seasons- middle May to early October water temp. is warm during this time Conditions- Barometric Pressure -dropping pressure v.s steady pressure Storms - Low pressure drop -Windy conditions moving around a lot stirs up fish and oxygen Water Temperature- Too Hot Too Cold Overcast v.s. Sunny fish go
deeper (Sunny) Fish are more
active (overcast) Shallow and warm lakes
with a lot of vegetation oxygen Levels trout, salmon, northerns Bass, Perch, Walleye,
Panfish, etc. Shelter- protection from elements Ex. Storms, heat, etc. a place to rest hide from enemies Lure attached to a Snap-Swivel Perch, Panfish, Trout, Bass and
Rough Fish Northern, Musky, Salmon, Walleye and
Largemouth Bass Leader -Sharp teeth and force -Musky, Nothern
and Walleye Different Kinds of Lures- Spinnerbait Crankbaits Spoons Buzzbaits Chuggers Stickbaits Artificial worms/fish And much much more! http://www.wildlife.state.nm.us/recreation/fishing/warm_water_species/index.htm

"Fish Species Profiles for Popular N.H. Fish (freshwater)." Fish Species Profiles. N.p., n.d. Web. 24 Sept. 2012. <http://www.wildlife.state.nh.us/Fishing/fish_species_profiles.htm>.

"How Does Barometric Pressure Affect Bass Fishing?" HowStuffWorks. N.p., n.d. Web. 24 Sept. 2012. http://adventure.howstuffworks.com/outdoor-activities/fishing/freshwater-tips/bass/barometric-pressure-and-bass-fishing.htm

"How Does Wind Effect Fishing." How Does Wind Effect Fishing. N.p., n.d. Web. 24 Sept. 2012. <http://www.lakeouachita.org/how-does-wind-effect-fishing.htm>.

The Art of Freshwater Fishing: A How-to Guide; Creative Publishing International Works Cited:
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