3 tips to catch more predators this season!
1. Use Deeper sonar to find target species spawning areas based on depth and bottom
Springtime is when most predators spawn. Pre-spawn and post-spawn periods is when fish undergo a feeding frenzy. Find out when the season for your target species closes and switch to targeting predators not affected by prohibitions. Different predators choose certain types of spawning habitats. During pre-spawn, fish gather near them and still hang around there for a while once they finish spawning. You can easily find such areas using Deeper sonar. Simply cast it out, scan the waters and identify them on your smartphone screen.
2. Get out on the water
In early spring, predators can still be hanging out near their wintering spots, only rising to nearby shallows during daytime, where water temperature is higher. Reaching them from the shore can often be tricky. Grab a Deeper sonar and transform any small boat, kayak, or float tube into a hi-spec sonar system in minutes with the help of Deeper Flex Arm 2.0 along with Smartphone Mount for Boat and Kayak! Look for deeper drop-offs adjacent to weedy margins and try to locate fish. Once you see them, anchor up further and slowly work your lures down the slope!
3. Fish around structures
If you can’t get on a boat, the next best thing is to fish for predators around underwater structures from the shore. Both natural and man-made structures provide shelter to baitfish, and predators will usually be around. Be mobile, grab a sturdy rod for casting a Deeper sonar and Deeper Smartphone Mount for Any Fishing Road, have a couple of casts to see if you can find structure, and if not, move on to another spot.