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An impressive body of scientific research shows how fish respond to daily and seasonal changes in weather, light, temperature, and food availability and how they react to color, shape, movement, scent, and sound. These behaviors determine not only where you find fish but when and what they will eat once you find them. Now, for the first time, fisheries biologist and angler Daniel Bagur has distilled the scientific research into easy-to-follow advice on how to find and catch fish, including:
Where and when gamefish gatherHow they use their senses to detect food and avoid predatorsHow feeding behavior changes in response to fluctuations in turbulence, temperature, light, and noise How you can target these behaviors with flies, rigs, and tactics that catch more and bigger bass, trout, and other freshwater and saltwater fish
Daniel Bagur is a marine and freshwater biologist, an avid angler, and a regular contributor to the international angling press. He works for the UK Fisheries Department, promoting angling, advising on fish behavior, managing habitat restoration projects, and serving as press liaison. He is resident expert on fish behavior for a leading UK fishing magazine, writes regular columns for Canadian and English publications, and has published feature articles in dozens of magazines worldwide, including: Big Game Fishing Journal (US), Boating (US), Canadian Fly Fisher, Fish Alaska, Hawaii Fishing News, New Zealand Fish & Game, Bush & Beach (Australia), Today's Flyfisher (UK), and Angling Times (UK). He served as treasurer for the Institute of Fisheries Management; is an active member of the Marine Conservation Society, Wild Trout Trust, and Trout Unlimited; and serves as Chief Scientist for the Polish save the pike campaign.