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Why the moon is your key to night fishing achievement - fishing


Want To Catch More Fish At Night, Watch the Moon!

Sounds like a crazy idea, doesn't it?

I attention so to, until I knowledgeable it first hand.

Using the moon, you are able to learn quite a few effects about fish at night. During a full moon, you are most expected to find fish beating in the shadows. Don't ask why it's true, but that's what we have seen. When you find darkness on the water (from trees, etc), you know faithfully where you need to cast your line.

If the moonlight is not shining down on the water and there are no shadows, the fish will be much more scattered in the water, assembly your job of conclusion them much more difficult.

On the other side of the coin, it seems like the fish are more liable to hit when the moon is hidden, any by clouds or a billet moon. So, the real trick is to use the moon to clarify how you are going to fish that distinct night.

If you have a bright, full moon, head for the dark on the water. If you are on the water and the moon is nowhere in sight, you can go as the crow flies to your desired spot and fish like you as normal do, but assume to get more everyday and harder hits on your line.

This tip is in particular true for bass, but it works with in effect any kind of fish at night.

Some fishermen swear they only fish at some point in a full moon, others say no moonlight is best. I say, both are best, you just have to alter your style depending on how much moonlight you have that night.

Try it out for physically and see if you get the same results. This one tip alone has helped me catch some of the main fish in my life. With a bit of luck it will help you do the same.

Daniel Eggertsen is a long time fishermen, as well as Leader and Creator of Evening Cloak-and-dagger Fishing (http://www. eveningsecretfishing. com/specialsecret/moon. php)


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