Halibut is a large saltwater fish that live mainly in the oceans Pacific and Atlantic. Halibut is a popular food fish due to its low fat content, delicate flavor and firm texture. Because of the popularity of this type, there are some regions where the population is getting over – hunting and danger of extinction. The Monterey Bay Aquarium Seafood Watch recommends avoiding fishing in heavily trafficked areas such as the Atlantic, but recommends halibut fishing in Alaska or California as an alternative.
Advance planning and plotting of places that are likely to have flounder habitat is a great way to increase your chances of catching fish. Hlibut prefer bottom structure and a change in the depth of water so that areas with
shelves, trenches and rock ledges are ideal. You can use maps, GPS coordinates, fish finders and depth readers help you estimate your location and choose the most appropriate place to try their luck.
Bait in Andrew fishing in the vicinity of your boat by chumming the water with extra bait. Halibut have a strong smell and rely on it to help them find food, so the use of a friend will help lead them to the boat. In this issue of Fish Alaska Magazine June 2008, Captain Andy Martin recommends placing friend Bag anchor his boat after on-site devices, creating a scent trail to your boat.
Say goodbye to small hooks and worms; halibut fishing requires big guns. If you want to catch big halibut you will need to use large bait. Use a large, sharp hook (and replace it after several trips) with significant piece of salmon, herring or octopus to lure halibut. Be sure to use fresh bait that does not wither or rot to ensure the best results.
Patience is a virtue when it comes to halibut fishing so that once rigged up, let the bait Bob and bounce on rocky crags and seabed. You can also work on multiple platforms to increase your chances of catching fish. Allow the fish to eat some of the bait and get a chance to hang after the initial strike, not lose them due to prematurely set.
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