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By charleswilbourn
Fishing: Fishing is the activity of trying to catch fish. Fish are normally caught in the wild. Techniques for catching fish include hand gathering, spearing, netting, angling, and trapping. Fishing may include catching aquatic animals other than fish, such as mollusks, cephalopods, crustaceans, and echinoderms. The term is not normally applied to catching farmed fish, or to aquatic mammals, such as whales where the term whaling is more appropriate.

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If You Follow those step I hope You Can Shine
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By Ron Mc
casting is over-rated, and a kayak is best for a taxi to good wade-fishing.
Good tackle always pays for itself.
I taught my girls to fish and catch fish, and casting came later, with occasional pointers, but never instruction.

The single most important thing is stealth. Big fish aren't smart, big fish are cowards.

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By ZeroGatlin
My two cents for beginners.... Just get out a try. If you are new to an area or been there for years but never really thought about fishing. Just start asking the folks you see everyday. Ask the lady behind the counter at the Valero. "ever hear of any good fishing around here?" If she doesn't shoot you some solid info chances are she will mention someone who can. Fishing is an art / science mutant consisting of several variables. One of those variables is sometimes "the fish just ain't feelin it today!" hahaha.

Me personally... I only know one thing. I like fishing but don't know a whole hell of a lot yet. I'm still looking for a mentor! But until I find him or her I'm going to follow my own advice, just keep trying!

Zero's modified Gretzky quote " You miss 100% of the fish you don't cast for!"
There is soooo much mis information, partial information, overly general information out there that its very hard for a new fisherman to quickly get on fish, and it's very frustrating.

The number one thing is to fish areas of structure such as reefs or sea grass, hunt edges of everything (edges of oysters, edges of grass, edges for channels, etc etc. and look for signs of life such as baitfish or shrimp etc etc. Add some current due to tide, wind, or man induced and now you're starting to simplify all the fog of the vagueness. Read every article in quality magazines such as Texas Saltwater fishing Magazine.. have you heard of TroutSupport DVDs... do a search for testimonials for those and see what people say about them... if you feel like you don't mind the risk (and they have a 100% garantee) then invest in educational tools like that. Go with guides every chance you get and go with fishermen that are better than you.. sometimes that's hard to tell. Many talk a good talk but less actually know what they are doing. Get references about anyone before you go with them, find our if they are good by asking around. Get information local to where you are.. ie a Texas product or something made that will work in Texas by a Texas angler. Rods, reels, gear... even the worst crap in the right hands with knowledge will catch fish and the best of the best equipment might as well be bricks in the wrong hands without the right knowledge how and where to fish. Lures... any lure will catch a fish with the right knowledge, there are no magic lures but some are built for certain tools and have better quality for the salt than others. Enjoy your journey and have fun... you and anyone are always welcome to contact me at tobin@troutsupport.com

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