If you’re serious about boating the fish of a lifetime here’s some things to remember.
Catching big fish demands a level of concentration, experimentation and focus that’s difficult to achieve when you’re spinning tales with a
buddy, so fish alone.
Get your face out of your depthfinder or tackle box long enough to notice shifting winds, current, water conditions and diving birds after baitfish. Soon you’ll start noticing patterns in the way big fish feed. Remember that big fish don’t feed often. When they do though, they want a mouthful, so use big fresh caught live baits and big artificial baits.
Do your homework by researching topo maps and looking for new untapped waters to try and keep those best places to yourself.
Mike Webb is Founder of K.A.S.T.
(Kids Are Special Too)