season ends, the temperatures drop and cold weather
fishing begins. However, the weather is not the only thing that
should change for cold weather fishing. The fish, the air, and you
yourself all change during the cold, winter months, and, as a
result, so should your fishing!
change of warm to cold weather fishing is the behavior of the fish.
Since fish are cold-blooded, the water temperature drop that comes
with cold weather will drastically change the fish's behavior, and
should therefore change your fishing technique.
follow are 10 tips for fishing in cold weather:
Wear a cold
weather suit: You cannot fish
properly if you are freezing! Invest in a cold weather suit with a
good, solid hood.
Invest in good
gloves:If your hands are frozen,
you can't catch fish. Invest in gloves that will allow you to
remain nimble but warm.
pouches that fit in your pockets are Godsends when you have cold
Extra Clothes: Extra sweaters,
jackets, or other clothing items are bulky. However, if you
vacuum-pack them together, you will save space and stay
Sock:Those snowboarders have one
thing right: their socks! Water resistant and heat trapping,
snowboarding socks will keep your feet warm and
spares: Always pack extra socks
and boots because you will get wet, and you will get
helmet: Freezing rain can hurt
when it hits you, so pack a helmet or hat to protect your face from
Surgical Gloves:Water always
seems to seep through gloves, so wear rubber gloves under your
pother gloves to keep your hands warm and dry.
Elements:Winter wind and rain
may keep us inside, but fish love it! Use the wind to help you move
your baits, and follow the rain patterns as it churns up more
sunglasses not only protect your eyes from UV rays and water glare,
but also from any flying ice or dirt.
these 10 tips to make your cold weather fishing trips fun,
productive, successful, and safe.
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the shores of the sheltered Paynesville canal harbor and is the
ideal holiday destination for families, boaties and fishing
Located in the heart of
Victoria's boating capital on the beautiful Gippsland Lakes, you
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