3 Best Way To Catch Fish In Aquarium
Updated on: June 2023
Best Way To Catch Fish In Aquarium in 2023
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How to Fish for Chain Pickerel
Chain Pickerel like to hang out in water that is warmer than typical musky water.
Chain Pickerel like to hang out in water that is warmer than typical musky water. While Chain Pickerel like warmer water, they often hide out in the shady areas of streams. Look for them under lily pads and similar vegetation. Chain Pickerel tend to stay in more shallow water and feed on the smaller fish coming and going into the vegetation.
Just like their larger are more famous cousins, Chain Pickerel are at times quick to strike and ferocious fighters and can be the most aggressive fish in the water at times. Chain Pickerel are known to strike about anything that moves but certain lures are known to produce better than others. The best lures are weedless lures that can be thrown into the tangles that Chain Pickerel like to hang out in. Spoons, spinnerbaits, and topwater plugs are the lures of choice. But nothing is better than seeing a Chain Pickerel explode through the water to nab a buzzbait. Fly fisherman will get good results with streamers and other large flashy presentations. Chain Pickerel are a great target for ice fishermen as the stay active even in frigid water. When fishing through the ice present large minnows. As Chain Pickerel have teeth, wire leaders are used by many fishermen, but if you keep the line fresh you should be OK.
As the water warms in summer you have two approaches for catching Chain Pickerel. The weeds and shallows will still hold the smaller variety in large numbers, but the largest will head to the deep water. They can be difficult to find but if you are looking for a trophy, look deep in the summer. Regardless of season, when you get a bite set the hook hard. The Chain Pickerel's mouth is hard and bony and a light hook set will often not do the job. If you are not going to keep the fish, try to release it in the water as they do not tolerate being handled well, especially the larger ones.