It's said that 10 percent of the anglers catch 90 percent of the fish. That means a lot of folks could use some help. Sometimes, all you need is a bit of an edge.
What gives that "lucky" 10 percent of fishermen an edge over everyone else? They understand how fish relate to their underwater habitat. If you can predict where fish might be, your chances of catching them dramatically improve.
Put another way, if you don't have a clue as to where fish are, you're bound to have a harder time getting a bite. You can't catch fish that aren't where you're fishing.
Fish need to eat, and their food isn't found just anywhere.
The more you learn about each fish species, the more likely you are to find and catch them.
Fish can be in lots of potential places, but you don't need to fish them all.
Play the percentages by fishing specific spots where fish are most likely to feed.
Find irregularities along edges that concentrate fish.
Irregularities along edges can be a key spot where fish and fishermen meet.
Fish need to eat. Find places where food is easily available. That happens along edges. All underwater habitats have their own forms of edges. And all fish species - and their food - find and relate to edges.
To catch fish consistently, understand how they relate to their underwater habitat.