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Fishing in streams and rivers means you’re dealing with moving water, and that’s different from more stationary waters found in lakes or ponds. River fishing and stream fishing means knowing where the water is moving, and how fish behave in it.

River fish find hiding places and travel anywhere from a few feet to up to several hundred feet, several times a day to eat. When stream or river fishing you have to decide if you’re going to fish where the fish are hiding or where the fish are feeding. Either way, you’ll have to understand how river fish feed and hide.

River fish hide in undercuts in the banks, eddies, sunken trees and overhanging trees and bushes. Places that provide protection from the current and above-water predators….read more

 

Source: http://takemefishing.org/fishing/freshwater-fishing/….

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