With the spring coming very close, the thoughts of spring break are crossing our mind and with them the need to escape the cities.
For fishing passionate, the spring break is nothing but the perfect opportunity to go out and enjoy the first days of warm weather fishing they waited for. May offers you the opportunity to go and enjoy the challenges of fishing on the Sidney Lake.
As the warm weather comes and the ice on the lake melts, the chance to fish walleye rises up. This is the spawning period for this fish and their natural habitat for spawning are the shallow waters from the edge of the lake.
In spite of the fact that capricious spring weather can interfere with the water temperature and chase the fish away, this is the place to make a beautiful spring fish capture. The fish are really hungry after spawning and there are really good odds your capture will be significant.
If you plan to take your young one with you while going on a spring fishing trip, you can do it during the spring break. The North Florida Fishing Club opened the trout season around the middle of February.
The spotted trout and the red fish will swarm the waters of the Apalachee Bay and the waters of St. Mark’s river will be a joy to cruise for trout and red fish this time of the year.