White Fish In Summer

By: www.KomailNoori.com


The white fish is one of the common sport fish. This fish uses the colder parts of the lake in the summer season. The feeding activities of the white fish also become bit sluggish in this season and this is the time when you have to offer the bait to the fish in quite different manner. Either sonar or topographic maps help you to hunt the deep holes found in many lakes. Once you reach above one of these holes, you can check to see if the white fish are there. Here the use of sonar is a great choice for exploring the holes because sonar is the easiest and quickest way to do this. Having GPS is also one of the better options for marking these spots for your future fishing trips. After you spot the fish near the bottom in the hole you must be sure that the specie is walleye, trout or whitefish as these are the three most common sport fish use the colder parts of the lake in the summer.

Chumming is one of the ways of tackling the white fish. Chum will attract the fish for as long as you keep them on the bottom where you would like to fish. Salted minnows are also a good option if they are permitted on the lake you are fishing.

The most comfortable and easiest way is a bottom-baiter to get the gait to the bottom without it spreading over a large area. You can keep one out of the container by placing a weight in the spout of the container. Certainly after placing a large snap swivel on the outside of the spout, you can hook this to the line you use to send it down with. Always throw a line to the bottom first with a good-sized weight so it will go directly down below your boat.

Place the bait in the container and hook the snap to the line. Keep the container in the water with lot of care and let it fill gradually. Fixing the hook to the container with a small piece of wire and let the container fall freely until it hits bottom. When you feel and detect that the weight of the bottom baiter hit the bottom begin to retrieve the line with the container attached. As the container returns in the water all the bait will slide out and sturdy directly under your boat, unless you have a strong current in witch case you should bait up current.

The live minnow are the most familiar baits for catching the white fish. First of all attempt these minnows if they are not prohibited in the lake you are on for catching the white fish. Placed the hook from the underside of the minnow in a way that it facing back towards the tail and then just put the minnow in the water and see the action it creates as it tries to swim. You can use a two way spreader for this purpose and will let it rest on bottom. Moreover a small float can be used to notice a bite, or you can merely let the line sit slack for a moment and then lift lightly. A bite will be noticed as soon as lifting and the weight of a fish will be felt. White fish contain a thick upper lip and it will grab a hook well if not too much force is applied on the retrieval. The white fish are also famous because of their soft bite.

The most comfortable and easiest way is a bottom-baiter to get the gait to the bottom without it spreading over a large area. You can keep one out of the container by placing a weight in the spout of the container. Certainly after placing a large snap swivel on the outside of the spout, you can hook this to the line you use to send it down with. Always throw a line to the bottom first with a good-sized weight so it will go directly down below your boat.

The use of the worms can be beneficial too, however trying to inject the small amount of the air into the worm to keep it about an inch or so off bottom. Another favorite of the white fish are the white grubs. These are also most liked by the white fish.

If you make a selection of spoon for catching the white fish then just letting the line out until the spoon is on bottom. At this time reel in just enough line so that you can feel the weight of the spoon and initiate a slow jigging motion. Let the spoon strike the bottom on the down stroke and lift about six inches off bottom on the upstroke. This stimulates the spoon to get to the bottom slightly, replicating the look of feeding baitfish. This will cause the white fish to feed on the bait fish consequently. You can utilize the spoon as it is or tipped it with a live minnow or a part of a minnow.

Always rub bit garlic on your hands before handling the line or bait because it helps you to fish in a better way and garlic seems to depict these fish.

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