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Night fishing lights:Underwater Fishing Lights Amazing Tips Click Here!

By fleagle at Fri, 2009-07-03 15:44 | General Fishing

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Underwater fishing lights are very important part of my night fishing trips and very useful to catch a variety of freshwater and saltwater game fish such as catfish, walleye, crappie, bass red snapper to name a few. and I want to explain why in my article today. Submerged lighting for night fishing can be used to catch both saltwater and freshwater species of fish that are predominately night feeders. These lights can give you a significant edge so think seriously about learning how to use them on your next fishing trip. In the following paragraphs I want to identify the key reasons underwater lighting used when fishing at night is so powerful.

It amazes me that very few night fisherman use this secret of life to their advantage when they are night fishing. This simple little process of life is key to the entire earth’s food chain. Once you learn how to identify the process you can exploit it and make it work to your advantage.

The process is simple and is broken down into two parts which have scientific names of “Phytoplankton” and “Zooplankton” now don’t leave , I will explain in detail what they are and how you can use them To fill your fish basket every time!

What Is Phytoplankton – And Why It Is Essential to finding night fishing “honey holes”?

Phytoplankton is at the very bottom of the food chain. They are what is called the “plant form of plankton. They are made up tiny particles called “diatoms” of which there is golden algae, and green algae, and also what is called “cyanobacteria”. And you all are probably thinking what does this have to do with night fishing! All you really need to remember here is that without Phytoplankton there would be no food chain. Phytoplankton is at the very bottom of the food chain and is the process that kick starts the entire food chain process.

The “Zooplankton Animal” – What it is and why its essential when you set up your night fishing lights.

Zooplankton is the “animal form” of Plankton. They feed on the “Phytoplankton” and where ever there is “Phytoplankton” Zooplankton will be present. They are found at a Variety of depths both in freshwater and saltwater, and they are what small baitfish survive on. You probably are getting the picture know, Zooplankton eats Phytoplankton, bait fishing eat Zooplankton and game fish such as bass, crappie, walleye, catfish , and red snapper eat Zooplankton and right up the food chain!

Zooplankton Where to find And what does it look like?

Actually Zooplankton are very easy to identify when you know what to look for. You need to be able to look for too basic things before you set up your night fishing equipment and submerged lighting sources. They are “Chlorophyll” and Zooplankton when you find one the other will be present.

Make sure you to note that Chlorophyll is attracted to sunlight or at night a submerged florescent light source and will gather in huge patches near the surface – usually in places with direct sunlight. When you find one of these patches, you’ll know. Do some scouting before night fall and look for “stained water” these patches will be close by. Amazingly if you use submerged fishing lights you can actually attract Chlorophyll patches even if you don’t start fishing near one. Then set up your night fishing equipment and drop your underwater fishing lights. Chances are there will already be a large bait ball present and you will start catching fish almost immediately and continue right into the night.

Well folks that concludes my article on night fishing,night fishing equipment,underwater fishing light,submerged fishing lights,fishing at night,Zooplankton stay tuned for more articles on the subject of night fishing. May your next fishing trip be a success!

Mark Fleagle has been fishing for over 30 years. Check out his website to get some amazing fishing information and fishing articles loaded with fishing tips about night fishing that really work! Also get your special underwater fishing light information At: http://www.oldfishinghole.com/underwater-fishing-lights.html

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