Are you confident about your angler knowledge? This article will help you with fishing tips that can make you a better angler in no time.

By sharing the fishing techniques that I have learned through experience and talks with my fellow anglers., I hope that I can help you boost your knowledge and enjoy fishing more.

Bait Markings

You can mark the baits with colorful designs to attract the fishes. The ink in the baits will dissipate in water, which makes it more likely to catch a fish.

However, make sure that you are using non-poisonous markers. The health of the fish is more important and the quality of fishing spots must be maintained at all cost.

Treble Clipping

There are certain fishing incidents where the treble in the fishing rod breaks due to the intense action when fishing. However, the spare treble you have is in your bag.

Clipping the trebles to a larger chain, then hanging it in your neck can save you more time when the trebles break in the middle of a big catch.

The Fishing Knot

Using the right fishing knot divides the line between a success and a failure in fishing. You must use the appropriate knot that has the sufficient strength to catch your target fish.

As a rule of thumb, fishing in saltwater needs a more powerful knot. Thus, buying the high-quality knots can give you more control over your fishing experience.

Keeping Bait Alive And Fresh

The bait is the key ingredient to attracting the fishes. Keeping them alive and fresh increases the chances of attracting the fishes in saltwater.

Having an actor makes sure that the baits have sufficient oxygen. However, if you do not have an aquator, you must make sure that you change the water every 2-4 hours.

Another good practice in keeping bait alive is using cold water rather than warm water in storing your baits. Cold water can store more oxygen for a longer period than warm water.

Chatting With The Locals

Talk to the town locals about the types of fishes in the area. You can also ask them for advice before heading out into the saltwater.

Joining a local angler group is also a good way to get to know the types of fishes in the area. These groups can provide you tips to better catch your target fish.

Right Fishing Spot

Finding the right spot is all about research. A simple internet search can show you the fish population in a certain area along with the existing fishing rules.

Also, you can ask fellow anglers for the best fishing spots. Most likely, you will find helpful tips and recommendations for your next trip from them.


Be sure to keep an eye of your fishing line’s leader. The leader is the string that connects the main fishing line to the hook.

Stronger leaders are thicker, but fishes can easily spot these types of leaders. Be sure to do a bit of experimentation on which type of leader gives the best result.

Making sure that you have a durable leader protects your fishing line and bait. Maintaining a balance between utility and comfort is the key to a better fishing experience.

Preserve Experience For Others

Preserving the experience of fishing for others is a community task for anglers. So make sure that you are using the circular hooks, so you will not injure the fishes as you reel them.

Also, you must practice catch and release for the fishes; that means that you must not hold the fish any longer than you can hold your breath underwater.

Also, when you catch a fish, make sure that you do not remove the film that envelops their body. This makes them immune to bacteria in the air.

Protecting Your Pole

Your fishing rod is a good piece of investment. Make sure that you wash the fishing rod with freshwater after using it in the saltwater.

Saltwater can make your rod prone to rusting and degradation. Washing it with freshwater can protect your investment for a longer period, so you can enjoy fishing longer.

You can also use a clean cloth soaked in lukewarm water to clean your fishing pole before storing it. Good cleaning practice translates to a longer and better use for your fishing pole.