101 Fly Fishing Tips for Beginners: Tip #25: Keep an Eye Out for Structures and Tip #26: Fishing in the Early Season – Night Fishing
101 Fly Fishing Tips for Beginners: Tip #25: Keep an Eye Out for Structures and Tip #26: Fishing in the Early Season – Night Fishing. When you’re looking around for a place to cast your line it’s important that you look around for structures both on and in the water.
This can be a large boulder or stone, a log that is submerged, or the tail end of a pool. These are beautiful places to find fish since they don’t want to work very hard when it comes to looking for a meal. Fish will congregate near structures, where they will set up feeding stations.
Tip #26: Fishing in the Early Season – Night Fishing
Once the ice melts off rivers and inland lakes you can bet that it’s time for fly fishing. Look for dark colored bays where the temperature of the water will rise faster than other areas of the lake.
You’ll find plenty of bass and panfish in these waters. Early season fishing is a terrific way that you can start your fly fishing as early in the year as possible.
Night fishing for fish is usually practiced in those areas of the United States where the weather is too hot and uncomfortable to fish during the day. This includes areas such as reservoirs in the southeast and west.
When the weather is hot, many fish tend to go to deeper depths during the day and they can only be caught by night fishing. During the night, when it’s colder, fish will move up to the shallower waters where they will feed on crawfish.
Night fishing can be a lot of fun, but you need to take special precautions, such as being aware of the area that you’re fishing in and remembering to wear your life jacket.
You’ll know when it’s time to start night fishing when the larger fish stop biting during the sweltering day. Night fishing is usually practiced when there are water temperatures that are in the middle 60’s and hotter.
When it comes to night fishing there are four phases of the moon that you’ll want to be aware of. The best times to fish at night will occur once a month: three days before a full or new moon and three days after a full or new moon. This includes the day of the full or new moon.
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