deep sea fishing charter during your trip to Massachusetts is a great way to experience the joy
and excitement of fishing for haddock, flounder, and pollock. After you
book your deep sea fishing excursion, you should find out what to expect
from your fishing tour. Here are some tips on preparing for deep sea fishing trip.
Use the Right Hook and Bait
Before you embark on your deep sea fishing excursion, take some time to
find out what the best bait and hook are for the type of fish you’re
trying to catch. A circle hook is often the best bet for beginning fishermen,
and it also guarantees that you will catch more fish. Artificial lures
are much more useful when you’re fishing for pollock, and sea worms
are effective for both pollock and flounder. Small pieces of clam or squid
are the best bait to use when fishing for haddock.
Learn How to Recognize Signs of Fish in the Area
If you notice large flocks of seagulls eating small baitfish, the chances
are good that there are larger fish nearby below the surface. You should
also look for large pieces of floating wood or debris in the water, as
these often are shelter for large fish. If there are reefs, you should
anchor your fishing charter nearby, as larger fish often feed on the smaller
fish that live in reefs.
Take Advantage of the Help Offered by the Crew
The crew on your deep sea fishing charter has a wealth of knowledge and
experience in haddock, pollock, and flounder fishing. You can take advantage
of their expertise by asking about the best technique to use, the best
bait, and the best spots for fishing. They can also help you reel in or
unhook a fish.
If you’re interested in booking a fishing charter in Plymouth, come see us at
Captain John Whale Watching and Fishing Tours. An experienced crew and a professionally licensed captain operate our
fishing charters. To learn more about our deep sea fishing excursions,
call us today at (508) 927-5575.