An Easy Guide To Understanding The Different Types Of Fishing

Fishing is a popular activity for people of all ages, and it's an excellent way to spend time with friends and family. One of the most common questions among beginners is “What type of fishing should I do?” This blog will help you understand the different types of fishing so that you can decide which one best suits your needs.


Ice Fishing 

Ice Fishing 

Ice fishing involves drilling a hole in the ice and sitting there with your line to catch fish like trout, perch, crappie, pike, or bass while they swim underneath you. Ice fishing requires very little physical exertion on the part of the fisherman so this makes it an excellent option if you have difficulty walking or are looking to relax during your day out on the lake. Another benefit to ice fishing is that it can be done year-round, unlike many other types of fishing which are only possible at certain times throughout the year!

As far as equipment goes, ice fishing is very easy to get started with. All you need is a lightweight rod and reel, an auger (which can be rented at many locations), ice fishing reels, tip-ups for your line, and some jigs or waxworms.

You will also want to wear warm clothing such as gloves, boots that are rated below -20 degrees Fahrenheit, earmuffs, glasses/sunglasses, face mask/ski goggles, winter hat and scarf, insulated coveralls or bibs, thermal underwear tops & bottoms under one of Ice Fishing Suits!


Fly Fishing

Fly Fishing

Fly fishing involves using long rods with very fine lines, which are cast into rivers and lakes to catch fish that live in these waters. The main benefit of fly fishing is that it requires little physical exertion on your part because you use a “fly” or lure to attract the fish, rather than using a traditional hook.

Fly fishing is excellent for people who are looking to relax while spending time in nature.

Many beginners struggle with fly fishing because it requires patience and practice, but once you get the hang of it you'll be able to enjoy your time on the water even more!

It has all the information you need about fly fishing gear, where to fish, how-to articles, and much more. There's also an excellent set of instructional videos if watching makes learning easier for you!


Fly-In Fishing

Fly-In Fishing

Fly-In Fishing allows you to enjoy a day full of fun and excitement as you fly over hundreds or even thousands of acres of pristine wilderness in one of our private planes. You will have your choice from some amazing locations throughout Alaska, Canada, Mexico, Montana/Idaho, and more!

During your flight, there's plenty to see as well including beautiful mountains, rivers, lakes & streams just waiting for you to fish them! Once we reach our destination you'll be given everything that you need such as rods with reels, flies & lures along with waders if needed for any river crossings on foot. Just sit back relax and wait until you hook into something big – it's that easy!

Fly-In Fishing can be great for people of all ages and experience levels, but it isn't without its risks. The main risk is altitude sickness which happens because you're above normal air pressure on the plane. This means that some medications including

Diamox are recommended to take before your trip so that you have a better chance of avoiding this condition altogether. Be sure to pack these along with anything else suggested, such as snacks & water/sports drinks for energy or any personal items like sunglasses, sunscreen lotion, lip balm, etc…


Kayak fishing 

Kayak fishing 

Kayak Fishing is very simple and all the equipment you need can be stored in a small bag or pack. You simply put on your life jacket (which we highly recommend every time you go out on the water ), climb into your kayak, throw some snacks & drinks for energy, if needed, and off you go!

kayaks are very easy to maneuver so even beginners will quickly feel at ease before long – just don't forget that anchor! Kayaking gives you an awesome view of everything around because it's such a low-profile vessel which means there's no fighting against large wakes when paddling through choppy waters either.

However, one thing that many people struggle with while kayaking is that it can be a very strenuous activity for your upper body, particularly the arms and shoulders.

The good news is that there are plenty of different types of kayaks available to choose from so you should have no problem finding one that provides enough stability without being too difficult to paddle.

There's never been a better time than now to get out on the water! Whether you're looking for some fun with friends or family, want an amazing place to fish alone, or just trying something new – we've got all bases covered! So what are you waiting for? Go ahead & pick up your fishing gear right now.


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