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Hobby / Travel:

Rivers, what to know when fishing there.

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Like almost all ponds and streams, rivers tend to provide fishermen better opportunities of catching fish than do lakes, and the reason is the same:  In lakes, fish tend to have more harboring options and face ever-constant  circumstantial change in the existence of food supply and temperature levels that necessitate their frequent move from one part of the lake to the other.  Rivers, like other smaller bodies of water such as streams, "channel" food to the fish on virtually a constant basis through inherent water currents, making it unnecessary for the fish to seek out and hunt for food by moving about, as in the case of fish in lakes.  Thus, fishermen may have an easy way of establishing a pattern of where fish are in rivers to concentrate their fishing efforts accordingly.  However, if the river is relatively huge, you may have to fall back on the characteristics of fishing in lakes, as opposed to small bodies of water.

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