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Take a Fishing Lesson from a Hunter

Fishing is a fun activity to enjoy with friends and family. Anyone one can do it.  Learning how to fish takes some time and needs you to practice more often. In this guide, you can find fishing tips and more information.

1.      Material

You need the following materials:
·         A cane pole
·         Monofilament line
·         Floats or bobbers
·         A few small hooks

2.      Rigging the pole

First and foremost, unpack and attach the bamboo pole segments- they are easy to assemble. If your pole has a bobber, hook, and line, you can use them. But there are others that are too thin and don’t come with those features. If this is the case, you the hooks, lines, and bobber you bought.

3.      Bait

For the bait, you can use a dough ball, which is made from thewhitebait. The squishier and fresher can be great. A single slice of bait can be used to make up to a dozen hooks. The loaf will ensure the kids in bait for hours.

4.      Baiting the hook

Take a small piece of bread to make a dough ball. You should not consider the crust because you can easily squish it into a ball. What you can do is to throw the crust in the water to help attract fish, you can quickly eat it on your own.

5.      The fish

Now the next important step is to place the bait in front of the fish. While using a cane pole, there is no need to cast, like the way you do with a reel and rod setup. You only need to swing your tool into the water.
 The next step is to place the line into the water. With one hand, hold the end of the pole line above the hook on the other hand.  Furthermore, set your face near the bank. Now, position your pole about 45-degree angle and leave the line to fall so that it swings out to the water.
Make sure that the swing is thrown as far as possible, and then drop at the end of the pole, and hence drop the bobber and bait into the water.Also, you can raise or low the tip of the pole through the swing so that you get the full distance of the line. Make sure you practice as much as possible, especially if you are planning to show it to your children later.

6.      Removing the fish from the hook

The reality of fishing is usually when it comes to catching the fish first. You should know how to remove it from the hook. There is no sense in fishing unless you are ready to follow through, and it would look weird if you ask another person to do this work for you, after spending all that time to catch it.
Even if you are not planning to eat your fish, it is still important to remove the fish from the hook. But there is nothing complicated about removing the hook.
The most prominent issue with removing a fish from the hook is that the fish usually flops around. Therefore, the first thing you need to do is to hold the fish well and ensure you have total control over it until it stops to flop.
For fish such as bluegills, you hold the fish from behind. You have to place the thumb on one gill and over the head using your palm. The other fingers should hold the grill. Make sure that you are holding the fish firmly and that it does not flop. This should not make you tentative, or the fish will flop around more or get loose.
Lastly, if you want to fish with worms, pinch he worm in half and thread it onto the hook, and let the tail wiggle to attract fish. The fish will bite the hook once they realize there is a worm.
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