• When is the ideal time to go fishing?

When is the ideal time to go fishing?


Fishing is always an interesting out-door activity for everyone in the world. It helps anglers not only to satisfy their pleasure but also teach how to keep patient to gain the goal. Each angler has a different strategy in order to get as much fish as possible. However, choosing great time is the first lesson in fishing guides.

Image overview: Fishing- an interesting out-door activity
Image overview: Fishing- an interesting out-door activity

There are some factors affecting your fishing trip such as the temperature, light, wind, storm, cloud and rain

Temperature

During summer days with high temperature, fish in ponds and river can be tired and lethargic. This phenomenon also occurs in winter when the water temperature is low. What is the reason?
Fish is a kind of cold-blooded creature, their body temperature is not stable as humans and other warm-blooded animals. Therefore, the temperature of the surrounding temperature affects the fish's body. If water temperature is too high or too low, it will reduce the amount of oxygen in the water and make fish sluggish, lazy to move.
Image 1: Fish become lazy and sluggish in summer days.
Image 1: Fish become lazy and sluggish in summer days.


So, anglers should choose the suitable bait and strategy to get the best result after fishing trip. The fishing guide for this situation is to drag the bait slowly in the cold water and drop rapidly in warm water.

2.      Light

Fish prefer the early morning to the late afternoon because the sunlight makes them tired. The cool air in the morning is the ideal time for them to forage.
Warm water temperature in the early spring days makes fish more active to search for food. On hot days, almost fish move to cooler and deeper areas and then stay there. Using fake or live baits to lure fish in the early morning and late afternoon is the best choice of fishing guide. At noon, the temperature on the water surface is high, the amount of oxygen also reduce, so fish tend to move to the bottom. Therefore, anglers should drop bait in the bottom to make them easily to see.
Image 2: Fish move to the bottom.
Image 2: Fish move to the bottom.

3Wind

The wind plays an important role in your fishing trip. Wind pushes water and food far from inshore and fish will follow then. Thus if you will go fishing at sea or large lakes in the windy day, drop baits in place fish school can stay.
Image 3: Drop bait in the windy site.
Image 3: Drop bait in the windy site.

Storm

Storms often change weather condition and affect fishing activities. Many fish go for foraging harder before a cold, but eat slowly during a storm, even a few days after the storm.
Image 4: After a storm, fish becomes positive to forage.
Image 4: After a storm, fish becomes positive to forage.

 
Fishing in cold days is not an appreciating advice of fishing guide. This situation can last 1-2 days later after the storm. Warm weather makes the water temperature on the surface increase and motivates fish more aggressive to find prey. Especially, it is true in winter with more sunlight, fish becomes positive to search for food.
5.      Cloud
In the summer, cloud helps to reduce the high temperature and make water cooler and then motivate fish forage. Overcast sky is a positive condition for fish to search food and wander around the lake. During sunny days with dense cloud, fish tend to hide near the shielding walls.
Image 5: Fish hide near the shielding walls.
Image 5: Fish hide near the shielding walls.