Fishing is a sport that can be practiced throughout the year depending on where you live. Whether you live in the tropics or Canada, you can always fish. If you like ice fishing, you may need to go to Alaska or Canada. When you go ice fishing, you will need to make sure you bring the right tools so you don’t have to make a second trip back to the ice.
There are many types of fish that you can catch, but only a few stay in cold water, such as ice fishing. If you don’t live in an icy part of the world, don’t expect to catch any ice fish. You will have to travel to catch what you are looking for.
As with normal fishing, fish will tend to bite better in the morning because they surface in search of food. So as the day progresses, you will catch fewer fish because they have already eaten for the day and will return to deeper waters. Although this is a good adventure sport, it can also be very dangerous. You can catch a cold on the ice or even fall through the ice when your car tries to make its hole to go fishing.
You will need to stay away from any substance that slows down your reaction time as it can also cause an accident. You will also want to wear boots and something warm on the ice as it is probably below zero where you are fishing.
Many people will take their cars and trucks onto the ice, that’s fine when the ice is thickest, so you may want to check how thick the ice is before driving onto the ice. You may need to log all things on the ice one day and the next day it arrives and you can drive on it. There will be all kinds of differences when it comes to ice fishing. All you need to do when you get to your spot is to check the ice first, check if it is thick enough to at least walk on it and go fishing, you will also want to check if it is thick enough to drive so you don’t have to carry all your equipment.
If you can drive on the ice to your spot, it will make your day and fishing trip that much easier and much better for you and those you bring with you. You never want to go alone, that’s like a cardinal rule and it should also appear in your head as common sense. So always bring someone with you when you go ice fishing, be it a friend or a child or even a wife or girlfriend, always have someone with you.