Whether it’s fishing in small bays, trolling the coastal flats or heading offshore for the thrills of big game fishing, saltwater fishing offers great sport for anglers of all levels and abilities. In fact, in 2004, anglers made nearly 82 million fishing trips to the Atlantic, Gulf and Pacific coasts in pursuit of their passion.
Selecting your saltwater fishing gear
Seawater or saltwater is a general term for water that has a significant concentration of dissolved salts and solids, generally more than 30 parts per thousand (ppt). Saltiness varies widely from place to place and over time.
Circling gulls and birds are an excellent indicator of where fish may be.
So it’s time to sell your boat or trade it in. It’s all part of the fun. Here are some approaches and tips to trading-in or selling your boat so that you can get your next one.
Before catching fish, anglers must locate them. Unless you live in the middle of the great southwestern deserts there should be a body of fishable water within an hour of your home.
To catch fish the angler must first locate them. Fish are found nearly everywhere there is water with enough food, oxygen and cover. Near your home there should be a body of water that has fish living in it. But to catch a fish, first you must learn to understand where they are hiding.