Average length: 25-40 cm.
Found in: Ocean, all year round.
Methods for catching it: The best baits are the shiny ones. The most common bait used to catch mackerel is mackerel themselves. Mackerel strips are excellent baits.
Average length: 10.16-25.4 cm.
Found in: Wherever there is fresh water. Natural structures as weeds, dams or submerged objects.
Methods for catching it: Float fishing and lure fishing. May need a disgorger, as they swallow the hook.
Average length: 70-120 cm.
Found in: Pike are found in sluggish streams and shallow, weedy places in lakes and in cold waters.
Methods for catching it: Dead baits, lure fishing, and jerk baiting. Fishing from the shore is especially effective during spring.
Average length: 61-90 cm.
Found in: Sea, usually near the bottom areas.
Methods for catching it: Strong fighters. Lures are specially effective, allow it to settle to the bottom; then alternately retrieve a small amount of line, and allow it to flutter downward repeatedly.