Every kid who ever started fishing probably tried to catch a panfish with a worm. That setup has been the tried-and-true method for generations. There are other kinds of live bait that work just as well; maybe even better in some conditions and for certain fish. In addition to the chapter on Worms a Leeches, this book covers Baitfish, Insects, Salamanders a Frogs, Crustaceans and Other Natural Baits (such as salmon eggs and clams). Complete information on how to catch and keep these baits is followed by sections on how to actually use each live bait type. New on the freshwater-fishing scene in recent years is the use of dough baits and scents. Which one to choose, plus how and when to use each is fully explained. Equipment is discussed in detail: hooks, bobbers, sinkers, rods, and reels. The authors suggest many tips for using different kinds of equipment in various fishing locations and situations. The final chapter matches common freshwater fish species with the best kind of live bait to use, depending on where the fish are and what time of year it is.Including Doughbait aamp; Scent Gunnar Miesen, Steve Hauge. Chunk baits are quick and easy to hook. They melt slowly, making them perfect for trotlining. A piece of chunk ... quick and easy bait for catfish and carp, chunk baits are your best bet.
|Title||:||Live Bait Fishing|
|Author||:||Gunnar Miesen, Steve Hauge|
|Publisher||:||Creative Publishing International - 2004-10-01|