2011-04-14

Basics of Summer Fishing & Winter Fishing

Fishing is a sport of all times. Despite the weather it is loved, practiced and explored. There are pleasures and pain in both summer and winter fishing. The types are also varying and people choose the one to master that they thing they will like to do most. In summer you can sail far in to the sea and can enjoy deep sea fishing. On the contrary it is a bit difficult to fish but ice fishing is the answer. So you will never sit idle when you are in to fishing. It will always offer something other although out the seasons.
 
Summer Fishing
 
Mostly the time between March to August of any year is considered as summer in most parts of the world. According to experienced anglers it is a bit difficult to fish in summer as the water conditions are low and fishes like to stay in to deep the water most of the time. So, one need to go for deep water fishing if he/she wants to get good results in summer. Fly fishing is a popular form of fishing in summers. Anglers go for catching hoppers in the part of the season. Most of the time dry flies should be used in this type of fishing as wet flies may not give you good results. Shallow, clear, fast-flowing rocky rivers are to be chosen for summer fishing which are surrounded by long grass fields. This lush natural beauty will make the sport more pleasurable.
 
This type of cold atmosphere helps the most in summer fishing as fishes also come in such places to get some rest and get rid of the crouching sun. In summer, early morning or dusk is the best time to fish. When the sun is bright and is on the middle of the sky, avoid the time to fish then.
Winter Fishing
 
Fishing in winter is equally popular as in summer. The hostile weather conditions could not stop the fishing enthusiast to take the pleasure of the game. cold water and chilling wind cannot stop a true angler. he/she will take out his own way to get some hold on the watery wealth. Most of the time anglers go for ice fishing in winters. If there is a frozen lake or pond then you can also enjoy the fun. When it comes to winters, you need to follow the exact opposite plans than of summer fishing. Go out for fishing in warmer part of the day as the fishes doesn't really like to move in the cold water. If you are fishing through a fly then go for fishes who are steady and lazy in nature. In winters they will not like to move much and if they find your flies within their reach they will certainly give bites.
 
Start your fishing late and fish still afternoon. Don't go deep in to the sea. Try to fish in a lake or river. Sea fishing is a not a good idea in winter. You will never find satisfying amount of fish and the weather will bother you all the way. Make it a relaxing activity rather and take out your best bait and cast it in a river near you. Don't act hasty, let the sun rise high and bright, let the fishes come to surface and then cast your baits. Although anglers do not like to travel much in the winter but there are certainly some places in the world where winter fishing can also turn out to be more than fun.


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