May 5, 2011
-- The alarm clock goes off before the sun comes over the horizon and you are prepared for the day where you will landbigfish. There is more to having the ability to landbigfish than just getting up before sunrise and driving down to the water. Preparation is also needed, because without preparation you will have little chance to landbigfish.
The first thing that you need to do in order to be prepared to landbigfish is to make sure you have a good quality fishing line on your fishing reel. This is where a lot of fishermen lose and fail to landbigfish. Fresh line is one key that will enable you to landbigfish. Old line becomes weak and breaks much easier than new line. In addition buy some quality name brand fishing line. Saving a few bucks here may cost you that big fish.
When attempting to landbigfish you need to let them fight and tire themselves out. If the fish runs upstream or down, you need to follow the fish. Don’t be afraid to move with the fish. There was a retired gentleman fishing a river in Alaska that hooked into what was judged to be a 120+ pound King Salmon and lost it 7 miles upstream from where he hooked into it after fighting it for like 16 hours. Now that is a fish story to tell your grandchildren.
Patience, patience, patience when attempting to landbigfish. This seems like such a simple chore, but most people want to get the fish out of the water as soon as possible. This thought process is a BIG mistake. Most fish are lost at the boat or the shore because they have not been tired out enough. As soon as they break the surface of the water they thrash around and come off the hook. So be patient and tire the fish out when attempting to landbigfish.
All in all, when you are trying to landbigfish, you need a fresh and quality fishing line, be willing to follow the fish and have patience. If you follow these steps you will be able to landbigfish.
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