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Fishing Techniques

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Does Catch and Release Hurt Fish

Does Catch and Release Hurt Fish

This is a valid question and is one that the team at Catch and Release Fishing have discussed for many an hour on the water and off. There are plenty of proponents one way and the other, including the late, great Lee Wulff, a leader in the fly fishing world, who said, “Game fish are too valuable to be caught only once.” We, of course, agree with him completely.

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Fishing in the Rain

Fishing in the Rain

For the most part, everyone in my family enjoys fishing. However, we are mostly fair-weather fishermen. If it is too hot, too cold, too windy, or too rainy we generally wait for better weather. I think we largely believed that our discomfort when fishing also meant the fish would be spooked.

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Fishing Techniques

Most fishing activities are carried out in large water bodies with massive amounts and varieties of fishes. Fishing techniques are the methods that encompass a set of aspects that deal with fishing in a particular way, depending on the species of fishes involved. Fishing has gone from being just a recreational and occupational venture to an immense revenue-generating activity for many top economies worldwide.

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Night Fishing

Night Fishing for Crappie

Crappie are known for having incredible eyesight, but they do like the cooler water found at night. If you are careful about how you go after crappie, you might hit your limit before dawn. In this article, we will cover how to properly and responsibly catch crappie at night.

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Traditional fishing

Traditional fishing

Traditionally, fishes have been caught for as long as we can tell. Even without the new efficient fishing gear we know today, reliable local fishing methods were the common aura amongst fishers. Traditional Japanese fishing like the Tenkara fly fishing is one of the significant traditional fishing methods that are well known for mountain stream trout fishing. Most of these old-aged fishing methods have been abandoned for the new-age fishing methods.

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