The fishing from the boat with live or natural bait is the most effective method, not only in terms of the number of catches, especially for its quality. It will be very important to choose well the points or areas where fishing is the most suitable for this modality.
The right team
The rods and reels used have to be specific for boat fishing, different from those used on the coast. Although there are some trends among anglers to use short rods, and with a thick pointer, the reality is that to fish thoroughly from a boat, the idea is to use the longer, the better. We will choose the light and with sensitive and preferably interchangeable pointers.
In choosing the appropriate equipment, price, or simplicity should not influence. It is recommended that the spools be fast and wide spool so that the thread exit is more fluid as the equipment will always be close at hand, the stronger and lighter the reels, the better.
Bait on the high seas
As bait for sea altar fishing, we can use live or natural baits. It is common for some so-called “blood” baits, such as the American worm and the thread, to provide a good number of catches.
If we use a large hook and a gamete of greater length below the lead, a piece of sardine, prawns and prawns, they can bring us good results.
A widely used type of boat fishing is trolling. It involves dragging one or more gear, using artificial lures, but imitating the way a small fish swim. In the case of using artificial fish, the colour is important, it has to be dark and at the same time striking.
Another type of sea altar lures are feathers, vinyl, octopuses, spoons, etc., using the most similar to the varieties found in the area where it is fished.
Where to bait? Keep in mind that fish sometimes take their food from the surface and sometimes deeper. If you have a probe, you have an advantage, and if it is not the case, the idea is to cast the caches with different weights on the plumb line. For reference, seeingseabirds eating on the surface can be an indication that there are good fish attacking schools of fish.
Key places to fish on the high seas
Some species of fish live inside or around the perimeter of artificial structures and navigation aid towers, making them a good meeting point between fishermen and their prey. It is best to practice trawling with natural or artificial bait around these facilities; another option may be to send a bait or lure to the bottom that can often attract a reef inhabitant.
Hills and seamounts
The best tactic for fishing in this situation is trawling, using natural or artificial baits.
Remember that seamounts and hills are indicated on nautical charts, so they are easy to find structures and you may have competition.
One aspect to take into account to find fish is to look at the variations in the current or water temperature that intersects the platform, or online satellite images of water temperature are also a source of information.
To end a successful day of offshore fishing, you must take into account five key factors; the structure of the place, the temperature of the water, the current, the climate and the bait to use, and… the tips that we have seen in this article!