How To Use Live Bait For Fishing_mofazzul

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Fishing is both a recreational activity and sport - even a career for some. Many fishing techniques and methods vary depending on where you fish and what you fish. Live bait is used for a broad range of fishing situations and is a great option, but can be difficult to use correctly. Here's a guide on how to use live bait for fishing.

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How To Use Live Bait For Fishing Fishing is both a recreational activity and sport - even a career for some. Many fishing techniques and methods vary depending on where you fish and what you fish. Live bait is used for a broad range of fishing situations and is a great option but can be difficult to use correctly. Heres a guide on how to use live bait for fishing. Instructions: Buy live bait in the morning you plan to go fishing. You want the bait to be still live and swimming so be careful when you tell the store owner what you want. Choose a simple fish like shad which are easy to take care of and are a staple in the diet of much larger fish. 2 Fill the bait tank with fresh water. In the summer it helps to freeze a 2-liter plastic bottle with water and put it in the tank to keep the water temperature cool and pleasant. Add 1/2 cup of non-iodized salt to every 10 gallons of water. This will help keep hard fish flakes and their new coat. 3 Put the fish in the tank and went to a fishing day. Set your pole as you normally would but be sure to examine the size of the hooks you use. You want to use hooks that are smaller than the bait you have to fish with. If you use too large of a hook the bait will not be able to swim freely. But then too small of a hook will not keep the fish in the hook and line so it needs a medium term. 4 Wet hands before collecting fish. This will protect the silt in fish that contains scents that attract bigger fish and keep the bait alive longer. Dry the hands can also remove the scales and damage the bait. 5 Hook the bait through the mouth and behind the gills. This will ensure that the bait stays on the hook and give the fish to swim full motion thereby attracting larger fish to eat it. Tips Warnings: Handle fish with bare and moist hands.

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Do not hook your bait through your eyes you will likely fall and be wasted bait.

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