DALLAS -- In the spring, a young man's fancy may turn to love, but an angler's fancy looks toward the water. The winter chill is over and a lot of fish are in shallow water near the bank. That situation changes somewhat as temperatures rise and the fish move into deeper, cooler water.
Spring is prime time for fishing from the bank. Many anglers don't own a boat, but they still enjoy catching fish. Here are some tips on how to get a bite with your feet firmly planted on dry ground:
Select the correct lures or baits for bank fishing. Since you have no boat to retrieve lures that are tangled in submerged cover, you'll need to fish with lures and bait rigs that are relatively snag-free.Story: