THE SEVEN MOST IMPORTANT STEPS THAT I FOLLOW ARE:
conditions, location, patience, confidence, concentration, seasons, & gear…
1. Conditions: Check weather, water temperatures, moon type, and color of tides.
2. Location: Check the fish counts & find out the area where the fish are starting to bite the most & for the type of fish you want.
3. Patience: Is the hardest thing to have, especially when the fish don't want to bite. This is the perfect time to experiment with different depths & tackle. This way you can find the fish and make them come to you…
4. Confidence: You need to tell yourself that you’re the fisherman & you will defeat & be in control of the situation. You will not be defeated!!!
5. Concentration: For me this is the time to think like a fish. Yes! Like a fish. Why, you ask? Well, if I was a fish and there were a lot of lines with bait, what would attract me to go after a certain bait? I would focus on the one that is doing something different from everyone else. So move & bounce your lines & bait, tease the fish into a biting mode.
6. Seasons: Pick the right time of the season to fish for the fish you would like to catch. Most species have their own time of the season for them to become active…
7. Gear: Is one of the most important things that you need as a fisherman. The right gear is needed to catch all of the right kind of fish. You also need to know when and where to use certain type of gear. Every fish bites & fights differently, so rod action, type of reel, size & type of line, & tackle makes a big difference.
What I Use Is:
- Cal star & jaws rods
- Seaguar (Kureha) Japanese fluorocarbon line
- Japanese hooks (live bait & long shank hooks)I
- 5 inch curl tail swim baits 7 Inch Plastics, Rockfish Hoochies, Jacks Jigs, Diamond Jig,
- Use the right reel for what you are fishing for. Match your reels with rods… always have more than one rod & reel…. you will run into different types of fish out there, so you need to be prepared for the unexpected…
* Picking & hooking your baits the right way makes a big difference. Choose your baits well!!!
One last thing before you get ready to go fishing...
I always get an anchovy or a squid and squeeze & rub it on my hands and let them dry. This way it is fish oil to fish oil not fish oil to human oil. It does make a difference… **But don't try this with the sardines, they have very small fine bones that get stuck in your hands **
I HOPE YOU WILL TRY SOME OF THESE TIPS THEY WILL HELP OUT… NOW GO OUT AND CATCH YOUR FISH…. IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS, PLEASE CALL ME….
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