Have you ever wondered what the best fishing time is? That is to say, when is the best time to fish? Most of us realize that mornings and evenings are better times for fishing than most other times of the day, right? So does the best fishing time end there, with mornings and evenings? Of course not, and in this article we're going to discuss how to determine what the best fishing time really is.
Before I begin, let me ask you a question. Have you ever had one of those epic days fishing where it seemed like you could do no wrong? When it seemed like no matter what you threw into the water resulted in fish being caught? Most of us have had fishing experienced like this, and what's interesting about this is types of experiences can be predicted and planned for. Your fishing excursions can be planned around the best fishing time.
So how do we go about determining the best fishing time (other than mornings and evenings of course)? The best way to determine the best fishing time is to familiarize yourself with the weather & moon, and the way these two forces of Mother Nature impact the behavior of fish. These two forces have an incredible impact on the feeding activity of fish, and planning your fishing excursions around this information will pay huge dividends.
If you answered yes to the above question, it more than likely had to do with you being on the water at the perfect time. When the [www.lulu.com/jrwfishing]weather & moon were both in your favor, rather than your prowess as an angler. The cool thing is that you can re-create these types of situations by being on the water at certain times.
Like when the moon is in its New Moon phase, for example. Simply being on the water at this time of the month means that you'll catch more fish. This information can all be learned by spending a little bit of time [www.jrwfishing.com/signup.html]studying the weather and moon, and finding out exactly how these two forces of Mother Nature impact the behavior of fish.
Don't worry; it's not necessary to become a scholar on these subjects either. Spend about a half an hour of your time doing some research and you'll be good to go. My point is that the best fishing time is determined, to a much greater degree than you might have thought, to the weather and moon.
Trevor Kugler is co-founder of JRWfishing.com and an avid angler. He has more than 20 years experience fishing for all types of fish, and 15 years of business and internet experience. He currently raises his three year old daughter in the heart of trout fishing country.....Montana!
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