Beach fishing skills, bait use, fishing point selection and migratory habits
The operating comfort and safety factor rank first among all types of long-distance fishing grounds. Because there are many shoals below the sea surface, the distribution density of fish schools cannot be compared with that in deep waters. In addition, due to the influence of adverse factors such as serious human interference, it is not easy to return to the full load. Therefore, the requirements for the angler's casting skills and comprehensive knowledge are relatively high.
Put a long line and catch a big fish. To implement the long-range fishing method on the beach, the basic skills of the throwing must be excellent. The requirements not only need to be far, but also to be accurate. The reason is that the water level in front of the beach is getting deeper and deeper, the fishing group’s landing point is far, and the water level is naturally deep. And these far-reaching points are precisely the uncultivated "virgin land". The fish population is densely distributed and the individuals are relatively large. It is guaranteed that they can accurately hit such waters and catch them.
In addition, being familiar with the rules of "eating, housing, and traveling" of common fish in fishing grounds is also a basic course that beach anglers must master.
Use of bait
It is necessary to know the feeding habits of fish to make them move after smelling the fish. To catch ferocious carnivorous fish such as bass and snakehead fish, it is most effective to use six-line fish skin and small live fish as bait. For omnivorous fish such as hexaline fish, small sea crucian carp, goby, and flounder, it is better to use sandworm, clam meat, and shrimp meat. For the conger conger, which is alert and cautious in feeding, it is best to use six-line fish skin meat, squid strips, and conch meat. As for fishing for small mackerel, a bunch of artificial bait hooks are enough to handle it.
The bait should be optimized, the use should be reasonable, and it should be understood that it varies from fish to fish, and you can't hit the world with one bait. There are differences between different fish species, different water conditions, and different fishing spots.
Fishing point selection
It is necessary to understand the habitat of fish in order to find its hiding place. Bottom-dwelling fishes, swimming slowly, are good at lurking in the mixed areas of mud beaches, sandy beaches and mud-sand reefs, relying on camouflage to confuse natural enemies, and ambush the small fish and shrimps passing by.
Near-demersal fish, quick response, good at launching sudden attacks on weak and small targets, requiring obstacles in the habitat so that they can hide their whereabouts.
Pelagic fish have relatively loose geological requirements on the seabed. As long as the water quality is clean and the water depth meets the standard, they can swim freely. Different fish species have different requirements for habitat. Unless they are affected by factors such as feeding and spawning, otherwise, Generally not mixed in the same geological type.
In the fishing period, you must master the migratory habits of the fish in order to achieve the goal of fishing.
Warm-temperature stable fish, without long-distance migration habits, only short-distance temperature-adaptive migration, is the longest fish species in the northern waters. Warm-water fishes are typical migratory fishes in the northern seas. They are sensitive to changes in water temperature and will disappear without a trace after entering winter. Cold and warm fish, like cold and hate heat, and go to deep water when the heat is too hot. Fishing is best arranged during early winter and early spring.