What is the best way to catch fish? What bait works best for what area and at what time of day?
A: The best time of day to go fishing depends on where you’re going and how much experience you have. If your goal is mainly catching small fish that are too small, then I would recommend early morning or evening. You’ll likely get better results if someone else takes the first shot, though there’s some flexibility as well with this rule. For larger rockfish, such as lingcod (Glyptocephalus spp.), you might want to wait until later in the afternoon after they’ve had a chance to feed on their dinner before trying them out for themselves.
Fishing poles can be a distraction when fishing off a pier or boat, but not if it’s a canoe trip. A nice feature about using an ice-out rig with live shrimp is that even experienced anglers still use their hands instead of their rods every once in awhile! A good idea with these rigs is also to keep enough line spooled off so that nothing will hit bottom during any part of your drift over deep water–this allows more range from the paddle tip without interfering with depth perception from my seat behind our gunwale most times we spend out on the lake since my wife controls most things from quartering positions just above me while I sit back behind her doing all kinds of crazy things like dropping down into bight slots or catching something really