If a deep sea fishing trip in the middle of the ocean with no one around seems like a way to deal with the COVID-19 anxiety, you may wish to add some tips to your repertoire that may improve your odds of a catch. Here are a few to consider.
Practice lure diversity. Because visibility in saltwater is lower, it may be harder to get the attention of a fish. You may want to look into lures that are brightly colored as these are more likely to be spotted by different species of fish, potentially increasing your capture chances.
Patience is key. This is for fishing fans that are just getting their feet wet. If it seems like there is not much fish activity going on, don’t move somewhere else immediately. It can take some time before there is some contact with big game fish. Sometimes it's easier to hang around.
Keep an eye out for other animals. Is there an unusual amount of seagulls diving into the ocean activity going on? Those seagulls could be swooping in for some fish. If feeding activity is high, chances are some fish are lurking just below the surface.
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