Characteristics of various fishing grounds

There are three types of floating rock fishing grounds, embankments, and outer reefs. However, if environmental characteristics are discussed, another set of classification methods must be used to explain them.

1. Shallow flat fishing ground

The land stretches into the sea with a very gentle slope, quite far away from the coast, and the depth is not great. We are used to calling it Qianpingzi.

The currents of these fishing grounds are mostly gentle, but they are quite obviously affected by wind and waves, and they are especially easy to hang to the bottom, so they are relatively popular. However, because various organisms often attach and grow, they will attract a large number of fish at a specific time.

2. Steep quay-type fishing ground

Contrary to the previous item, this is an environment where the land is inserted straight into the sea at a very steep, almost vertical angle. For example, artificially constructed port docks or caisson breakwaters, and naturally formed rocky coasts, all have such characteristics.

The depth of the steep coast is usually very large, the current state is mostly simple direction and stable speed, and the topography is monotonous and lacks changes. This makes the fish have a tendency to move close to the seabed, and it is easy to feel that the punctuation is not clear.

3. Stacked rock fishing grounds

The angle at which the land is submerged is roughly somewhere in between. The cause may be the artificial stacking of "meat dumplings", foundation stones, or the collapse of mountains near the sea. Of course, it may also be the original appearance of the coast.

The underwater environment of this type of fishing ground is more complicated, and the bottom area is likely to fluctuate drastically, covering submerged reefs and crevices. Therefore, the state of the water flow also appears to be changeable, making it difficult for inexperienced people to grasp. But precisely because of the complex terrain and currents, it can provide a good living and foraging environment for fish, so it is often a good fishing ground.

4. Inner bay type fishing ground

This kind of fishing ground should be in the form of a bay in the general environment. As long as the weather is not too bad, the wind and waves in the field should be calmer than the fishing ground facing the ocean, so it has the advantages of high safety and easy rod off.

However, the inner bay type fishing grounds are often shallower, lack of changes in the topography of the seabed (sand bottoms are formed in many places), and because the coastline is recessed inland, the water flow is bound to be blocked (return zones may appear), and the sea is calm. Conditions often result in fewer fish, low activity, and high alertness.

5. Cape type fishing ground

The promontory is the part of the land that protrudes to the ocean. It is easy to come into contact with the deep and developed waters. Therefore, the current is usually turbulent, and the chance of encountering large coastal fish species or migratory greens is relatively high, but it is easy to be attacked by wind and waves. High sex. Generally, outer reef fishing grounds have this characteristic, and there are many fishing spots of this form in coastal rock fishing grounds. Even some embankments have proper water flow (such as high tide days), and there will be promontory fishing at the end of the embankment. Field-like currents.

July 28, 2021 — Charlotte L