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TopicFishing Tips - For The Ice Fisherman

  • Tue 7th Apr 2020 - 8:32am

    Many anglers throughout the northern part of the United States enjoy standing on a frozen lake, attempting to catch fish through the ice. As a matter of fact, in Minnesota and Wisconsin, ice fishing is a way of life, not just a way to combat cabin fever. For these die-hard ice fishermen, the tips contained in this article may seem a bit sophomoric, but for those of us who simply like to catch a few fish through the ice, this article will be helpful baitcasting reel reviews.

    Ice fishing can be an incredibly bone chilling activity (imagine that!) and a great way to combat this is through the use of what's called an ice house. Ice houses come in many shapes and sizes and I can tell you from experience that ice houses make ice fishing a ton more comfortable. One of the things that make ice fishing so bloody cold is the wind, which an ice house obviously protects you from. If you have the opportunity, as the first tip, I would suggest using an ice house for ice fishing.

    The next tip is to use gang hooks whenever any bait is employed. Gang hooks are the best way to present bait in a natural manner, and in the case of meal worms, maggots, or synthetic bait, with gang hooks twice as much bait can be presented. This is an advantage to you, the angler. Another great technique with meal worms and maggots is to tip the hook of a small jig with these baits. This can be a very effective technique as well.

    On the ice, when the water is obviously very cold (duh!) it's very important to try to be fishing when the fish are the most active. The best way to determine when the fish will be the most active is to pay attention to the weather and moon. These two forces of Mother Nature have a big impact on the activity level of fish, and using this information to your advantage when ice fishing is a great idea. You want to give yourself the best opportunity possible to catch fish, and the weather and moon hold the key to this opportunity.

    When ice fishing, keeping your hands warm is of the utmost importance. This is easy enough, but the problem is that you need the use of your fingers when ice fishing. Having the ability to have the use of your fingers, while still having protection from the cold is important, which is where glove liners/fingerless gloves come into play. Any ice fisherman worth his or her salt needs to have a quality pair of glove liners. Glove liners can be a huge help in keeping your hands warm, while still having the use of your fingers.

    These simple fishing tips will help anyone be a more comfortable and successful ice fisherman. Standing on a frozen lake, looking through a hole in the ice can be much more fun and productive than many people think, so get out there and give it a shot.

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