English fishing is nothing more than a style of reel coup fishing. It is a modality where white fish of considerable size are obtained. In particular, it is a type of sport fishing, carried out with great style. With this, you can get species with considerable ease if we make a comparison with other arts. It is a modality practiced mainly by people who are engaged in carp fishing. It can be done in all weather conditions, both in the sea and in rivers, lakes, reservoirs.
We have two ways of English fishing:
On one side is the fixed float assembly, where the connection to the east can be made on its ring or with a swivel. This type is practiced in shallow areas. On the other hand, there is the assembly with a continuous float, for which a knot is placed that creates a kind of stop that can be moved on the line to adjust the depth that interests us at all times. This type of mounting is used in areas of greater depth. With it, it is also avoided that the cast has an excess of a line that remains hanging and unused, becoming even inconvenient.
The technique to follow:
The cast should be overhead, in the direction of 12 o’clock, creating an angle of inclination, between 75 and 85 degrees.
It must be done with a lot of energy and accompanying the entire movement in full.
While the line is in the air, touches are applied to the spool that has the reel, so that the line stretches and thus remains completely smooth in the water.
If we follow these steps correctly, the bite will be assured and will occur in a relatively short time. As you can see, it is a simple technique; to practice!
The bait you use must be sticky. For example, we tend to use the English Gooster very well, which if mixed with live worms has a greater effect.
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Fishing is one of the most relaxing hobbies, it helps clear your mind off business and stress while having to focus on only the joys of fishing. You can do it solo or with a friend, this activity can ease your mind while challenging a new skill and help improve your critical thinking and your problem-solving skills.
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The rapid reproduction of mussels in Lake St. Clair is considered one of the main reasons why the lake is so much clearer and clean than other lakes near by. The clearness of the water allows for a deeper penetration of sunlight into the depths, feeding the weed and increasing it’s growth up to 500* percent or so. This are perfect conditions for the Musky population to habit and greatly increases it’s reproduction rates.
Why do we find some large and fat Muskies on Lake St. Clair?
In the Mid-2000’s there was a virus that hit the lake killing the weakest of the species. As time went by, the healthy fish became inmune to the virus, leaving only the biggest and strongest of them to reproduce. By the late 2000’s the virus had run it’s course only to leave a healthy and gigantic population of fish for us to catch!
It’s safe to say that Lake St. Clair holds the epitome of gigantic Muksy fishing! Be sure to come and try for yourself some of the best fishing you’ll ever do!
With more than 40 years of sharing the water with these fantastic and enormous creatures, we have come to learn a few things about them.
The Muskellunge or Musky, is a freshwater fish native to North America. They can live up to 30 years and they can grow past 50 inches over their first 20 years. Also, they are fast, Muskies can reach speeds of 30 miles per hour, making them pretty rewarding to catch on those warm sunny days.
Did you know that the longest Musky to ever be caught measured around 60 1/4 inches and weighed approximately 67 pounds? Incredible, right? Catching any Musky is great, but getting a Musky that measures between 40” and 49” should leave you feeling very proud. Known as ”The fish of ten thousand casts”, Muskies are hard to catch but they’re not really aggressive. Join Captain Steve Jones, explore Lake St. Clair, feel the thrill and learn his methods for catching Musky. The Captain has an average of over 10 Muskies per day, including over 100 Master Angler fish. His best day on the water he had 37 landed with 46 hookups!