Fishing and Lake Maps

Fishing and Lake Maps
Them fishermen good understand that know read them maps of fishing and the Lake is essential both for the capture of them fish as to find large amounts of them. Fortunately, it is easy to obtain a basic knowledge of these maps – the knowledge that will help even the novice fishermen improve their skills.

A contour map is perhaps the most useful. It helps to determine the depth of the water, which is very valuable information because the fish is found at depths determined depending on the species and time of year. Basically, the lines in the outline of the map represent a certain depth, that them fishermen can use to his please if know to what depth them fish tend to gather is in each season.

After reading a map of contours or any other fishing and Lake maps, fishermen should visit areas they believe have fish to do some “fact-finding” in person. It is likely that map indicates many areas with depth suitable for fish. Only a visit to the site you can tell what of those areas is in fact the home of a good number of fish.

Local bait and tackle shops can be spectacular places to find maps that relate to the lake or any other body of water close to the store.

Graph of temperature (° F) for fish of water sweet
There are regional differences and differences in acclimation temperature for fish species ranges. This is a guide general for the most of the areas and the majority of them times of the year.

Species Floor pump Optimal High pump
Chad American 60 66 85
Atlantic salmon 45 62 NA
Atlantic sturgeon 56 66 70
Black Crappie 60 70 75
Bluegill 58 70 75
Trout’s Brook 44 58 70
Catfish Cafe 65 74 85
Trout coffee 44 56-66 75
Lota   52  
CARP 75 84 88
Lucio 60 66 74
Channel catfish 55 82-89 90 +
Chinook salmon 44 54 60
Salmon Chum   57  
salmon Coho 44 54 60
Flathead catfish 81 85 90
Fish Freshwater Drum   74  
Grass Pike   78  
Grayling     65
Green bluegill 73 87 91
Kamloops trout 46 47-55 60
Lake Trout 42 50-57 60
Largemouth 50 65-75 85
Fish alligator   92  
Northern Pike 56 63 74
Salmon pink   50  
Perch Sun   81  
Trout Arco Iris 44 61 75
Perch of rock   70  
Salmon Red   55  
Perch stained 71 75 80
Trout head metal 38 48-52 60
Tench     80
Perch white 62 70 78
Crappie white   61  
Perch yellow   81  

Data source (Ice Fishing Bait): andrewfishing

Fish places difficult of reach with released side
Learn the side released adds a skill useful to his repertoire of attacks. Move the rod parallel to the surface of the water helps the line and lure to pass obstacles like tree branches hanging and bushes to the Bank. This is key when the fish are close to the Bank. If you can not throw this way, you will pass through high water truly productive.

Side released: it is not difficult to master. Consider it as the released above the head shifted 45 degrees to one side. The difficult part is to coordinate well, but a little practice in the backyard can take care of that. You can find their time of release of the line is a little out of time at the beginning, but keep up with this.
X: this released released is essentially a balloon. You will lose speed as well as certain accuracy. This is not for when you need to pull long line, but with a slower delivery, you’ll get a much smoother released. And perch actually seems to prefer this.

Eight additional items you need in your tackle box
You can never have enough lures. But that is not everything you need in the water. Keep these eight elements to make your trip more productive.
1 Lantern: It is very useful when out night, essential if you are stranded and have to ask for help.
2. adjustable wrench: this has a wide variety of applications, from open reel decks to tighten bolts of electric motors.
3. pliers: Open split rings and will allow you to quickly and easily replace the hooks.
4 lure dye: can change the tone of a decoy in a matter of seconds.
5. first aid supplies: do not allow that one minor injury ruin his day. Snagging the hand, for example, some simple supplies will allow you to take charge of this problem in the water and keep fishing.
6. new hooks spare: hooks often become dull or damaged when they pass over rocks and gravel.
7 replacement cane tips: if it’s broken the tip of the fishing rod, will do so.
8 bar adhesive and lighter: use these to place a new cane tip. Hot glue to the lighter bar, apply glue, then slide the new tip.