Minnows are excellent baits to be used by anglers. Some of the factors that make them suitable are that big fish do eat small fish, and also because they make movements which attract the fish towards them since fish love live baits. Minnows can also be hooked to catch almost all types of fish. Acquiring minnows may be expensive to some anglers. Also, having them available right at the time when you need them could be a challenge since the stores may be closed. To eliminate all these negative possibilities, you may consider raising your own minnows.
Minnows are one of the best all round baits that anglers prefer to use when catching fish during their fishing sprees. This is because once you rig your line with a minnow; you will most likely catch every type of fish that you might think of. Most of the time after fishing there are remainders of minnows which I am so sure no angler would want to see going to waste.
I have heard many anglers asking for some tips to help them keep minnows alive for a longer period so that they can use them in their next fishing spree. By following the simple tips that I have listed below, you can keep your minnows alive and ready for use for a couple of days.
Minnows are small fish that are used as effective baits and lures. Fishers and anglers would use them to have the better catch. Different kinds of fishes belong to the Minnow family and since they are a popular choice as a bait/lure for species like crappie, brown trout, bluegill and bass, many want to know how to hook a minnow and how to use it as bait. When hooked the right way, you can have a successful catch. It will all depend on how you plan to hook it.Continue reading
Minnows are effective baits and lures, but they can be quite tricky and challenging to fish and to use as baits. This article explains what do minnows eat and the different techniques to catch them and use minnows as lures.
Minnows as what people would describe as small fish are freshwater fish. They come from the carp family Cyprinidae. Some of the minnows that we know include chubs, dace and shiners. Unlike other fishes, minnows do not grow too big. In fact, adults can only grow about 17 in. long. They live in streams, ponds and lakes.Continue reading