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November 4, 2008 5:36 AM | Alaskan Photo Tours

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Tips for night fishing

The vast majority of saltwater anglers out during the day and the company rarely later in the evening. But fishermen today more and more people are discovering that many of the fish and good sport can also be at night. In fact, if you are interested in large fish found off the coast, fishing possibilities are much better at night than during the day.

But the night of saltwater fishing offers many other advantages, in addition to catching big fish. There is less fishing and less competition, so it has more room to maneuver. You do not have to worry about sunburn, and often wind during the summer when the sun dies, so the water is usually calmer at night than during mid-day – an important point to consider if you are subject to dizziness.

In addition, during the summer months it is cooler on the beach or in water overnight. Finally, you can fool the fish easier at night than during the day. They can not see the hook, the leader or line, and a lure can not examine too closely.

Night fishing in the waves is almost a necessity in densely populated areas, especially from Memorial Day through Labor Day. In many areas, most fishermen are forced to surf fish at night in the summer. During the day there are too many swimmers and fishermen chasing surf away from the best places.

Fortunately, in the case of bass knurled, this is not a difficulty. Since the best bite at night during the summer months most of the fishermen I know do not bother going out until late at night. After usually lasts fish until late morning or even until dawn.

Surf fishing beginners or those who have never done much fishing Night often wonder how it is possible to locate, hook and land fish in the waves on a dark night. Many have asked me questions such as: How do you know where to fish? How can you deliver at night? How can land the fish?

It is true that the problems and conditions that are easily faced during the day are often more difficult on a dark night. However, surprisingly little has been accustomed to casting, hooking and landing fish at night and enjoy it as much or more than during the day.

The big question that arises with respect to surf fishing at night is how to locate fish. If you're lucky enough to have a friend who can warn, that's a big help. Fighting distributors and outdoor columns in newspapers often say the area general for fish. In reality, nobody can predict in advance the specific points that will be a temperamental fish such as striped bass, because they move too much and better snack on conditions change from day to day.

At night there are no birds that guides you, but if you see birds or fish that feed on the beach during the day is a good chance that they will work inshore at dusk or at night. Schools of bait fish will often lie on the beach during the day but at night tend to work inshore to escape from fishing, and, of course, sport fishing often are in. If you arrive after dark you can pick the bait in your light when are hugging the coast.

Try some night fishing, and you can come to enjoy it better than day fishing!

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