Where to find fish?
It's best to look for fish there, where they can feed peacefully, fearing no danger; different species choose different places and times of day for this purpose. Backwaters, drooping edges, tree trunks and rocks overhanging the water provide shelter to fish, especially when the sun is blazing. When it's hot, fish like shady places and deep water; when it's cold – shallow waters, for example, the shores of a lake in a sunny location.
In rapids and rivers, look for fish behind protruding boulders or in bends, where the current is weaker.
Check for seaweed floating on the surface of the water.
Fish like to rest in the calm water behind the shallows, where are the deep pits.
Fallen trees provide a sheltered shelter.
The hanging branches of trees protect the water from the sun, on hot days, the fish can hide here.
Check the rugged shores take it easy, so as not to scare the fish.
Air bubbles or propagating circles indicate feeding fish.