Just as the seasons come and go so do the rivers and streams change their course. Rivers and streams can change an old established fishing hole into nothing more than a mud bank depending on the snow melt or flooding or any of a multitude of natural occurrence that will change the course of a waterway. Each year our waterways change course and will create new and different places for the fish to lay while making their trek up or down stream. Change of waterways occurs mainly in the rivers and streams, lakes and oceans can also experience changes that will cause the fish to stay in new areas. Rivers and streams are more predominately affected by floods and glacier run off and with an increasing water flow can change
completely eliminating old fishing spots all the while adding new holes that will provide lots of action for the sports fisherman. The change of rivers and streams provide a constant challenge to those that favor fishing there with finding new opportunities as well as revisiting old spots that still exist on the waterway. With this challenge each year thousands of fishing enthusiast take to the rivers and streams to see what is in store for them prepared to take Mother Nature’s challenge and try to win in the game of fishing. No matter what the odds with rod and reel in hand the mighty angler seeks his fortune of fish while battling the changes nature has placed against him.
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