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Ever Have a Bad Day Fishing?

Have you ever been on the water when the fish just ain't biting? I know I have. Or at least these are the excuses I like to make.

"Ah, the fish just ain't bitin' today."


"The water's too muddy, or too clear, or too cold, or... -- well, you get the point.

One thing I have learned is that "The fish ain't biting scenario" may be a good excuse, but, it is just NOT TRUE!

That's right!..... Somewhere in the body of water you are fishing there is some fish
that is willing to bite some lure or bait in your tackle box - no matter the conditions. It took me a long
time to come to grips with this fact.

How did I learn this? Well, on some of my toughest days, when I spend hours on my feet, have 12 rods all rigged with $10 secret lures. When I have a portable depth finder, rod holders, and a 30lb tackle box sitting on the bank, a quarter mile from my car -- there doesn't seem to be a fish in the GALAXY! Then some guy with a $20 fishing pole, a styrofoam cup'o'worms, and a lawn chair walks up, sits down right next to me, and catches a beauty in the first ten minutes. Go figur'.

How can this HAPPEN! Well, that guy just happened to have the right bait, in the right place at the right time. Sounds simple, doesn't it.

Also, how do the pros seem to be able to catch fish in the toughest conditions? Because they have the KNOWLEDGE it takes to catch fish CONSISTENTLY!

That's the key - KNOWLEDGE. I got it from the old timer, Buck Perry. "Knowledge is the key to fishing success."

How did these pros acquire so much knowledge? Well, they did the same thing you are doing! It takes knowledge and PRACTICE to be able to put the right bait, in the right place, at the right time!

Hmmm... Knowledge and practice, practice and knowledge.... sounds familiar doesn't it.

Feel free to contact me at edearl@adelphia with an questions you may have.

Well, until next time, have a great day -- and remember-- unless your line is wet, you ain't gonna catch no fish!


Nicholas Cudzilo

About the Author

I am an avid angler from Somerset, NY and the co-founder of TheArtofAngling. For a FREE newsletter from me Click Here.

Icefishing-For Beginners

Have you ever tried fishing in the winter months? This is the time everyone gets out on the lake. Even if you dont own a boat you can fish those places you always wanted to.

Here are a few tips on ice fishing. First of all, you dont need a lot of fancy equipment.A set of five tipups and a hand auger are all you need to get started.

A set of basic tipups with line will cost around seventy-five to a hundred bucks. Tipups are a simple affair where you set the cross sticks on the ice with your spool below the water line. Unless there is a lot of snow on the ice this should not be a problem as the
water will even out to the top of your hole. I know youre saying, how do you keep the line from freezing? This is accomplished through the use of braided line, sometimes called squid line. Theses lines are usually 18-25 pound test. Fill your spools to within 1/4 inch of the rim, for that big one that wants to run. After you have done this its time to add a leader. I normally use 8-14 pound test monofillament. If you are on a lake with a lot of
large fish go with heavier leaders. I use a swivel between my squid line and leader. This gives the bait a chance to move around without twisting the line. It also makes it easier to change hooks, just buy the pretied leaders and hook them on your swivel and youre ready to go fishing.

Finding Bait
Dont know what the fish are biting on? A stop at your local bait shop will get you some pretty good tips on what is working. Its a good idea to pickup a couple different types of baitfish. You never know what they are biting on today. Pick up a dozen of two different
types to get started. When hooking the bait on the hook I like to hook them just behind the dorsal fin. Most fish will take the bait from the rear, so you want the hook where it
will do the most good.

On The Lake
Now youre on the lake with your traps in hand and you need to get to the fish. This is where your auger comes in. Whether you opt for a hand auger or a power auger, you need
to find a place to fish. A good place to start is around points, as fish use these spots to find bait fish year round. If you know of a deep hole within walking distance, head out
there without further delay. Fish will hang on the edges of the hole looking for baitfish all year. Get that auger powered up and lets drill some holes. Drill a couple to start with and
after you get a couple of traps set up drill the other three. Be sure to check your states lawbook as some places restrict the number of traps. If you dont get any flags after a while, dont be afraid to move.
Thats just about it for getting started. Make sure you are dressed for the weather to make your day more enjoyable. Dont forget the kids, they make good runners when the bait bucket is out by the last trap in line.
Stay warm and good fishing.

About the Author
Written by Ron Shannon; contact at hobbit@midmaine
Outdoors With Ron at www.outdoorswithron

The author lives in central Maine and spends much of his time in the outdoors.

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