Have you ever fished for grouper?

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By Peter Kaminsky, Greg Schwipps

To catch fish consistently, anglers need to know something about the fish they are chasing and the habitat these fish live in. .. A trained angler is often a successful angler, so you can use a diagram to help you decide what to bring on your next fishing trip. For more preparation, you should know common catches and their usual favorite spots. And in case you ever catch a Whopper, you can compare it to the world record holders according to the International Game Fish Association.

Equip the fishing trip with the correct equipment and clothing

There is no checklist for every fishing trip as there are many variables to consider. Do you fish salt water or fresh water? What species do you fish on? What's the weather like? What season is it? Are you fishing from a boat or from the bank?

This table is a comprehensive list of the things that are necessary for most travel, sorted by the most, least critical. Before any venture, go through this list and skip articles that are not relevant to a particular trip. It should help you remember a lot of the things you need!

Fishing gear General equipment clothing
Rods / reels First aid kit Life jacket
Transport carrier with all end devices, as well
Your bait and flies
camera Rainproof rain protection bag with rain suit, knitted hat,
Gloves and dry socks
Shoelaces Meals and snacks Polarized sunglasses
Needle nose pliers Insect repellent Baseball cap
Towel (to dry hands after catching fish) Torch or headlamp Waterproof boots
Cooler bait and dry, and hold
Minnows cool and wet)
Cooler with (non-alcoholic) drinks Deck shoes
Landing net Thermos flasks Gloves
Extra coil GPS device or compass Waders or hip shoes
Tape measure Knife or multitool Fleece jacket
Castnet or Wade if you want to collect bait Lighter or matches in a waterproof case> Shirt - SPF fabric and long-sleeved Mouth spreader if you are after species with
Fishing teeth
Sun protection
Shirt - SPF fabric and short sleeves Libra
Hand sanitizer Long underwear Hand warmers
Cabrio (pants with zipper legs, makes instant shorts )
plastic bags
Socks 25 feet small diameter
Seat, bucket or pillow
Toilet paper
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Bringing the fish, the water and the sacrifice together

Virtually any major portion of the water that is not too polluted will have fish, and whether the fish have been stored there or appear through natural reproduction, there is a good chance that more than one species is present.

The following table lists some common fish species and provides them with typical habitats as well as the bait, bait, and flies that often make them bite. Of course, these fish can be found in other habitats and will meet other offers besides the ones listed.


water Offer Freshwater fish
Ponds, lakes and reservoirs Worms, crickets and little weirdos Largemouth Bass
Ponds, lakes and reservoirs Spinnerbaits, crankbaits and soft plastics Black bass
Streams and rivers Jigs, crankbaits and headwaters Channel catfish
Ponds, reservoirs and rivers> Night crawlers and cutbaits Crappie Ponds, reservoirs and lakes
Minnows, spinners and jigs Pike Cooler lakes and rivers
Spoons, cranks and spinners Rainbow trout Cooler streams and deep lakes
Flies and spinners Walleye Cooler rivers and lakes
Jigs, crankbaits and night crawlers Saltwater fish Summer flounder
Bays, harbors and estuaries
Jigs, shrimp and cutbait Red drum Shallow bays, flats and estuaries
Crankbaits, jigs and cutbaits Weakfish Shallow bays and swamps < garnelen,="" jigs="" und="" löffel="">
Bluefish warm estuaries and beaches Spoons, cranks and jigs
Snook Warm lagoons, mangrove swamps and estuaries Crankbaits, live fishing and headwater
Tarpon Estuaries and mangrove bays < lebendfisch,="" löffel="" und="" köder=""> Yellowtail snapper
Coral reefs Crabs and squids Goliath groupers
Ledges, reefs and wrecks Live fish, tripe and octopus> Suitable for your fishing rod, bait and line Your fishing rod has a limit on how much weight it can effectively lift and throw. This is called the "force" of the rod. Anglers can use this chart as a guide to finding the right rod, bait weight, and line size for proper balance.
Bar force Bait weight Line size


1-4 lb test

1 / 64-1 / 16 oz Light 4-8 lb test
1 / 16-1 / 4 oz Medium light 6-10 lb test
1 / 4-1 / 2 oz Middle 8-12 lb test
1 / 2-1 oz Medium severity 12-25 lb test
1-4 oz Heaviness 20-40 lb test
4-8 oz Extra heavy Test with 25 pounds and more than
8 oz and more Keeping up with fishing for world records The International Game Fish Association (IGFA) tracks the world record catches for almost every conceivable species of fish from. Do you think you just caught the next record? It could happen! If your fish beats the current record, have it registered at the nearest fishing shop. Then wait for these notices to be received.
fishes Weight Where and when it was caught


31 lb 12 oz

Hatteras, North Carolina; January 30, 1972 Brown trout 41 lb 8 oz
Lake Michigan, Racine, Wisconsin; July 16, 2010 Largemouth bass 22 lb 4 oz
Montgomery Lake, Georgia; June 2, 1932 Blue catfish 130 lb.
Missouri River, Florissant, Missouri; July 20, 2010 pike 55 lb 1 oz
Grefeernsee, Germany; October 16, 1986 Sunfish 4 lb 12 oz
Ketona Lake, Alabama; April 9, 1950 Tarpon 286 lb 9 oz
Ruban, Guinea-Bissau; March 20, 2003 Walleye 25 lb
Old Hickory Lake, Tennessee; April 1, 1960 Weak fish 19 lb 12 oz
Staten Island, New York; May 7, 2008