Step 1: Find a Fishing Hole
Find a fishing hole- I like fresh water fishing and fish the high Uintah mountains for rainbow, cut throat, and brook trout.
A good fishing hole is where you can see fish swimming and jumping. A slow moving stream or slow place in a river with rock swirls and dead trees that create a pool. I find beaver ponds like the one in the video as these are breeding grounds for big fish.
Early morning and late evening are good fishing times as fish are hungry but on hot afternoons they head deep to stay cool.
NOTE: Every effort was made to prevent suffering of the fish in this video and if children and people want to eat meat then I believe they need to know and understand that animals are killed to provide us that meat.
If you want to fish please only take enough fish to feed yourself and only fish if you are going to eat the fish and not waste them. Fish populations can be wiped out if people over fish an area and do not make an effort to take only what they will eat and leave the rest to breed and produce more fish. Care for mother earth and she will provide for you!