Aug 04

Classification and selection of a fishing lure

Many fishermen are when we are not putting a decoy safe in choosing one that is effective and simply have a thing for the lures that we like or that were effective at times. There are those who fished for fun, sport to those who carry the passion of fishing to the level of healthy competition, but rarely can establish criteria of choice in when we go fishing lures and when we buy new lures. So many experts after a long sport fishing experience end up concluding that there were many lures that had not been used in their boxes or in their cases were closed to fishing because unknown organizing features and recommendations. And their most effective lures are those who were put into action by classification, use characters and settings according to each fishing situation.

The main purpose of this guide is to make a classification and characterization of the types of basic lures for fishing in all techniques. For every fisherman this guide will be a valuable reference when buying a fishing lure.

All lures have a formal composition and a defined function to arouse the instinct to attack a fish. Each of the characteristics of a lure make it potentially suitable for a fishing situation. We must also consider who uses the lure should follow the recommendations for use of the lure and that the environment influences at different times or all in a day’s fishing.

SPOONS

This type of lure is a classic for sport fishing and one of the most widely used in all kinds of fishing situations. Movement about an axis of the sinkers in fish wakes hostility.

Note the shape of the stage which determines the angle of rotation. The plate also defines whether a spoon surface (covering levels near the surface) or deep. The sinkers are rounded spoons are to be used in shallow or surface. The elongated plates are spoons that are constant and to be used in deep water. Continue reading

May 11

Career Opportunities in Sport Psychology

Mental Attitude and Surf Sports Psychology | Surf FuerteventuraI am in the process of getting a bachelor’s degree in psychology at North Carolina state University and I will be graduating with my degree soon, so I am trying to think about future careers. I am really hoping to find a career that is aligned with my interests and will keep me happy in my job for a long time. I have always been interested in sport psychology as well, and I am hoping that I can figure out how to become someone who works with athletes with my degree.

I wonder if I will need to go to school longer in order to get such a job, or if it is something that people with just a bachelor’s degree can pursue. I had already thought about trying to get a master’s degree, or maybe even going to school longer than that. I really hope that I can afford to continue going to school though, because I have already accumulated a lot of money in debt.