[Fishing Skills] Does Water Level Change Affect Fishing Position Selection in what?

There are some principles and skills in the choice of fishing position, but it is not the same, especially if you choose the right fishing position, you can catch fish casually, and if you don’t sit upright, you will probably sit for a day without any harvest.Among the influencing factors of fishing position selection, we need to pay close attention to the change of water level.In some natural waters, the waters are constantly changing.Yes, with different seasons, the level and fluctuation of water level have a greater impact on the swimming and feeding of fish.

Moreover, fish are very sensitive to changes in water level. When the water level rises, a lot of food will be lost, so fish will feel a little nervous for fear of having nothing to eat. Therefore, when the water level rises, the fish will urgently and in large quantities go to the shore to look for food, and because the water level rises, the amount of dissolved oxygen in the water increases, and the fish will become extremely active.
Not only will there be a sense of tension when the water level rises, but when the water level falls, the fish also have a sense of panic because they are afraid of being stranded.Therefore, fish will urgently hide in deep water when the water level drops.Perhaps the fish are afraid that once they swim slowly, the speed of swimming cannot keep up with the speed of water falling, and they will stay on the shore.
The bigger the fish, the faster they will escape, and in the process of escaping, they will not find food at all, and they will rush forward at one end. However, some small fish will also find food while fleeing in the process of escaping. This is the difference between big fish and small fish.
In fact, the speed of water flow in a water area has a great influence on the swimming of fish. If fish generally move in waters with a flow rate of 0.5 to 1 meter/second in some lakes, rivers and reservoirs with wide water surface, if the flow rate is too fast or too slow, the fish will not be too active.
Therefore, if the water flow is too large in some natural waters, the fish will hide in tributaries or river bends, where the flow rate is relatively low, looking for food. If the water flow speed is too slow, fish will generally move in areas with faster water flow in the middle and lower reaches.

Therefore, fishing in the season when the water level changes must be considered comprehensively first. Only by selecting the fishing position can there be the possibility of explosive protection.

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