Not every person who decides to go on a trip to the lake to fish actually catches one. There might of course be instances where your luck comes in handy and you manage to catch something, but most of the times it probably comes out with an old boot or mush! Being able to fish right is in fact an art in itself, especially since there is a lot you need to know behind it to be able to nail it right. So here are some things you need to know beforehand.
Give your bait a touch up
To be able to catch anything you need to first be able to attract attention. And the best way to do it is by standing out. This is the same logic that applies when it comes to Sydney harbour fishing charter as well. If you want to be able to catch something big, you need to make sure that you bait is something that would easily attract attention. And most of the times you might not really get what you are looking for in the stores. That is why you need your bag of sharpies to design your own. Draw patterns on the soft baits and watch it bleed as you drop it in to the water and time goes by!
Remove the tangles
The line that you use to fish needs to be absolutely tangle free otherwise your entire trip on the fancy charter boats would go in vain. So, whenever you throw the line in to the water make sure that you reel it in manually little by little. A tangled line would snap and make catching anything very difficult especially when it comes to the reeling in part. Therefore, always make sure you have a clean line!
Have fancy jigs
Fish are like ants are to candy. If you want to be able to lure them you need to have something that would pull them in. So, when you are using jigs to catch bluefish, cod or even striped bass, make sure that you dress them up. But you also need to remember that the same color and same style doesn’t work well. So, have alternatives that you can easily switch to, to find the ideal one that works.
Tie your bait smart
When you have more of your bait hanging off the end of the hook short biters like sunfish and perch would simply tear it off the hook and swim away. So at the end you get nothing. But to avoid this from happening you could use Aberdeen hook that has a long shank and small gap and tie your bait in a way where only very little of it is hanging off the end. This way the fish has no choice but to grab on to the whole thing and voila you have got yourself a catch! So try the above tips on your next trip to the lake and keep your promise for a BBQ fish dinner! For more information, please log onto https://www.avfish.com.au/.