Translate Page To German Tranlate Page To Spanish Translate Page To French Translate Page To Italian Translate Page To Japanese Translate Page To Korean Translate Page To Portuguese Translate Page To Chinese
  Number Times Read : 9    Word Count: 532  
Categories

Arts & Entertainment
Business
Career
Cars and Trucks
Celebrities
Communications
Computers
Culture and Society
Disease & Illness
Environment
Fashion
Finance
Food & Beverage
Health & Fitness
Hobbies
Home & Family
Inspirational
Internet Business
Legal
Online Shopping
Pets & Animals
Politics
Product Reviews
Recreation & Sports
Reference & Education
Religion
Self Improvement
Travel & Leisure
Vehicles
Womens Issues
Writing & Speaking
 


   

11 Mistakes To Avoid When Fishing The Flats



[Valid RSS feed]  Category Rss Feed - http://articlespromoter.com/rss.php?rss=139
By : Bill C Honner    4 or more times read
Submitted 2018-12-01 02:49:25
The flats are a great place for inshore fishing. Their shallow waters are often seen as the perfect place for anglers to develop their fishing skills, but just because the water is clear and shallow doesn’t mean the flats don’t pose a challenge. Without proper skills and techniques, even the clearest day will result in zero bites. Here are some basic flat fishing tips to use along with your trusted Metaloid:

1 - Wear Dull Colors

The clear waters will amplify any bright colors you wear and will alert the fish of your presence; choose neutral and warm tones instead.

2 - Be As Quiet As Possible

Noise will startle the fish at the marsh and as soon as one school leaves, their rucks will scare off every other fish in the vicinity.

3 - Don’t Hesitate

The moment you see an opportunity to cast your Metaloid, do it. A millisecond of hesitation will result in a missed catch that you will regret instantly.

4 - Enhance Your Vision

While fishing in the marsh, expect a light of sunlight and glare. Wear the proper eye gear such as polarized sunglasses and if you need corrective lenses, don’t leave them at home. All anglers depend on their eyes for a successful trip, so take care of your vision.

5 - Be Ready In Seconds

Always be ready to cast in just seconds. As mentioned early, a slight delay will result in the fish getting away before your hook even hits the water.

6 - Excessive False Casting

Waving the rod too much will cause the reflection of the sun to disturb the peace of the marsh. Minimize false casting and all unnecessary movements so that you don’t scare the fish away.

7 - Fish On The Flat Edge

If you are looking to hook a bigger fish, try looking for the edge of the flat where the water tends to run deeper. It is home to more varieties of fish, most of which are bigger than when you stay in shallow waters.

8 - Aggressive Use Of Bait

No fly in the natural world will pursue a fish. If you use the fly unnaturally, the chances are the fish will swim away without taking a nibble.

9 - Not Practicing Your Casting Skills

In the marsh, timing and correct casting will affect the success of the trip. If you know that your casting needs extra work, practice before heading out so you don’t waste your time on the marsh.

10 - Causing Waves

If you are rocking your boat while on the marsh it is a guarantee that the fish will swim away. Work on your balance and be sure to keep a steady foot on the boat to avoid spooking the fish.

11 - Fish With An Expert

Going to the marsh with a couple of beginners will only lead to a disappointing trip. Ask someone with experience on marsh fishing to be your guide so you don’t have to learn every trick by yourself.
Author Resource:- The Okuma Metaloid is packed with the latest available technologies and could be easily described as the drag reel of your dreams. Check it out at J&H Tackle.
Article From Articles Promoter Article Directory

HTML Ready Article. Click on the "Copy" button to copy into your clipboard.




Firefox users please select/copy/paste as usual
New Members
select
Sign up
select
learn more
Affiliate Sign in
Affiliate Sign In
 
Nav Menu
Home
Login
Submit Articles
Submission Guidelines
Top Articles
Link Directory
About Us
Contact Us
Privacy Policy
RSS Feeds

Actions
Print This Article
Add To Favorites

 

Free Article Submission

Website Security Test