6 thoughts on “What’s a good sit for fishing tips, or a good book of fishing tips?

  1. One tip I know is to follow the lunar calender. This will tell you when the fish will bite. HONESTLY. Other than that I do not know.

  2. there aren’t any really good books that I’ve found in my 40+ years of fishing… what I have noticed is that the books you will find in stores or online will give you the basics about whatever fish you are after – the secret I believe is using this knowledge about their feeding habits, habitat etc. is to apply them to the body of water you are going to…

    Consider each lake, stream , river a new neighborhood that you just moved into… you’re going to have to learn about it..such as where do you see most people catching fish, what time of day/year are they catching them….

    What I normally do is look for food sources within the lake – I will walk along the shore and look or if possible get a boat and go around the area that you normally fish with a cheap depth finder…

    When I was younger we fished in these lakes/ponds we weren’t supposed to because they were the water supply for the town – at one point they would issue permits to fish then other times they wouldn’t – as kids (under 18) we didn’t care…we just wanted to fish… over the years we began to learn each of the lakes and sometimes we’d cast out one pole with bait and take another with a lure and go walk the shoreline fishing with the lure…

    I know it doesn’t help much but read up on whatever kind of fish that you’re interested in and where you go fishing – talk to other fisherman and if there is a baitshop or store near the lake/river – sometimes they will talk to you… most fisherman won’t share favorite spots but they may share their techniques…

    Good luck….life is a learning experience we can learn something from everyone we meet, we just need to be open minded enough to realize it.

  3. Maybe a subscription to a magazine such as In- Fisherman might serve you well. It’s relatively cheap and you get several issues per year so its like getting a book a month or every other month. I subscribe to a few different fly fishing mags and I’m never at a loss for some new fly fishing reading material.

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