Are you looking to make an attempt at teaching your boy how to fish? I totally get it why and in fact its probably one of the best things you will do as a father.
“ITS TIME TO TURN OFF THE VIDEO GAMES. PUT THE PHONE DOWN. HEAD OUTSIDE AND APPRECIATE THE BEAUTY OF NATURE.”
STEP 1: You’re going to need gear. Don’t get all fancy either, just get a cane, fiberglass or a graphite pole from Amazon.
You should also get a small spool of fishing line, try this one:
You will need a couple of plastic bobbers too.
And some split shot sinkers
And lastly, you need some hooks.
STEP 2: Bait. You can buy bait at a bait shop or from Amazon. OR you could go and catch your own. Here is some ideas:
- Luncheon meat.
“Its a LOT More rewarding to catch your own, show your kid how to do it.”
Step 3: You’re going to need to reduce the length of the line, which is about one greater than the length of your rod legs. Wrap one end around the tip of your post and make sure it’s tied tight.
Step 4: Attach the hook for bait. Pin hook assembly on the opposite side of the line, which does not slide as PALOMARK assembly shown here. (Wet all components before tightening.) The bad nodes lose a good fish.
Step 5: Are you ready for a fishing hole. If you live near the coast, you can get all kinds of sea fish on poles and large rocks near the shore. If you live in the country, the pond is the best solution – the majority of the ponds are loaded with bass and bass.
Step 6: Try fishing float. After baiting the hook, attach the float above the line. Now just distribute swim-up bar and lower it to the float floating on the water. Keep water horizontal bar and keep it stable.
Step 7: You need to wait for the fish to bite. FISHING needs a lot of patience! A “common for fish to take a few minutes to find your hook bait. Take care of your float. If you miss, or shakes, the fish will nibble on your bait!
Step 8: When the float is completely below the surface, set the hook quickly raising the bar. Then specify its tail in the air, so that the fish is swinging towards you.
Step 9: Please do not be rough with the fish. Take care. Most fish don’t have sharp teeth so no need to be fearful of them either. They do however have spiny fins so hold them firmly behind the head. Remove the hook using needle-nose pliers.
STEP 10: Take a photo of your catch. Then put the fish back into the water gently.