[Fishing Skills] How to Choose a Good Fishing Position in Wild Fishing?

Wild fishing always reminds me of a person who wanders between heaven and earth, a rod searching up and down in the water, and a fish waiting for a chance in temptation. All right, no BB, the following little editor will come straight to the point and introduce to all fishing friends how to choose a great fishing position in the wild to keep you fishing!

First, select the water level
1. Bend:
The water flow in lakes, reservoirs and ponds is relatively stable and belongs to static waters, in which they will have curved directions. In these curved places, the plankton capacity in the water is retained, and there is a lot of food available for fish to eat. Therefore, most fish like to stay here for food. Besides, when encountering heavy wind and waves, the water surface similar to this place is relatively stable, and the fish stay here for a longer time.
2. At the foot of the beach:
In rivers, streams and other highly mobile waters, some fish either flow down or upstream. When reaching the foot of the water flow beach, these places are just where the water flow is slow, and they are also good places for fish to rest and feed and recover their strength. The fish will also stay here.
Second, select the tuyere
In fact, it is not a bad thing to encounter the wind when fishing in the wild, especially when the breeze blows lightly, which is not only good for the fish in the water, but also good for you when fishing. When the breeze blows gently on the water surface, plankton on the original water surface and various aquatic insects floating on the water surface will slide into the water with the rolling of the water surface and become delicious food for fish. At the same time, with the rolling of the water area, the oxygen content of the water will also increase. Different seasons lead to different tuyeres. Similarly, different wind directions lead to different tuyeres. Choose the tuyere in spring and the back tuyere in winter. The easterly wind should be selected at the lower tuyere, the westerly wind should be selected at the upper tuyere, and the southeasterly wind should be selected at the shade avoidance.

3. Choose Terrain
In wide waters, fish will flee to narrow places for food. These places are often convex or curved places, which are places where aquatic plants grow densely and plankton is abundant. They are also the only way for fish to swim. Although it is dangerous to fish, it is active in foraging because of its strong activity. On the contrary, in the deep part of the wide water area, it is often a place for fish to take shelter and rest. These places are quiet in water depth, remote from the shore, beyond the reach of fishermen, and relatively safe. Therefore, the convex and curved places are the first place for wild fishing. In addition, fishing friends all know that under normal circumstances, wide waters fish for narrow places, narrow streams fish for wide still water, square ponds fish for four corners, long weir ponds fish for the middle, and rivers fish for water outlets. Of course, there are many ways and means to choose fishing positions in the process of wild fishing, which need to be accumulated and summarized in actual combat.