What Is a Portable Fish Finder?

A portable fish finder is a small device that uses sonar technology to detect things beneath the surface. It is great at detecting all kinds of fish, both small and large ones.

The best thing about these gadgets is that they don’t need to be mounted on a boat to work.

Traditional fish scanners need to be hardwired to a boat. With these, you can fish from the shore without having to worry about logistics.

As you can imagine, they’re pretty lightweight. The smallest ones fit in your pocket and pair up with your phone. But even the biggest models are compact enough to fit inside a small backpack.

How Has Technology Caught Up with Freshwater Fishing Lures?

Technology continues to move forward in our world at an ever-increasing pace. It has only been in recent years that the world of freshwater fishing has seen a marked change in the way freshwater fishing lures have been made.

The biggest change in the manufacture of freshwater lures is the change to plastic and then to more exotic materials such as titanium.

Today the latest material technologies produce lures that only just come short of catching the fish for you.

Some old-time freshwater anglers are hardly shy when saying that today the ‘sport’ of freshwater fishing is largely gone.

How to Kill and Fillet Freshwater Fish (Videos)

Suppose you were new to fishing. You want to know what to do with the fish you might catch if they were large enough to keep.

Ask people who go fishing often and catch fish what do they do with the fish.

Are the fish left on stringers? Will the fish be thrown in some type of bucket with or without water?

Will the fish be tossed onto the ground to them die?

Does the angler kill the fish as they catch them?

Believe it or not, there are human ways to kill fish.

Live Baits for Freshwater Fishing (Videos)

When using live bait, there is a certain way that you need to secure the bait onto your hook.

The goal is to have the bait remain alive as long as possible after you cast your line into the water.

Even though the bait is alive, once it is in the water, it will typically not survive for a long period of time, unless it is a type of bait that lives in the water, such as minnows and crayfish.

Worms and insects will not last very long.

These are the most common types of live bait used when they are available.

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