Hey everybody. I have been catching alot of high end gills and magnum yellow perch this season from some very clear , smaller lakes that I have just recently started to fish. One body of water is a quarry that has insanely clear water and just has some exciting viewing options for spawning gills in water as deep as 10 feet that you can see every thing going on.
The other body is a small public lake that is not quite as clear, but has very clear water and never seems to muddy up after a rain.
Just lookin for a few tips on the crystal clear advantage of fishing environs like these. For now, I...
Use lo-vis monos at 4 lb test
Use bronze or red hooks for baitfishing
Make long casts to fish once I locate them , and
Utilize small, #10 or #12 hooks to secure earthworms and nightcrawlers.
Any other tips would be helpful...thanks!