Ultimate Fishing IQ Test

by: football_fever_98

This is a quiz all about fishing

  1. 1

    Which of the following statements about largemouth bass is incorrect?

  2. 2

    Largemouth gravitate to weedy cover because the shade protects their eyes from the sun's harmful rays.

  3. 3

    During a cold front, bass:

  4. 4

    Which part of a bass's anatomy does the heavy lifting in capturing prey?

  5. 5

    Bass congregate along windblown banks because air currents blow baitfish into shallow water, creating enhanced feeding opportunities.

  6. 6

    The first step of any bassing strategy is deciding where to fish. Where are you most likely to land a huge largemouth?

  7. 7

    It's your first outing in early spring. The reservoir is 42 degrees and clear. What's your best approach for a lunker?

  8. 8

    Bass are bedding in shallow coves. To catch them you should:

  9. 9

    You're fishing a slightly stained, 82-degree reservoir in July. What's the top tactic for a quick limit of bass?

  10. 10

    Which of the following tactics is most apt to fool a trophy smallmouth in the spring?

  11. 11

    Among more than 100 BASS and FLW pros surveyed, what skill-and-lure combo was credited with catching the most bass?

  12. 12

    Which one of these rods would be best for flipping and pitching?

  13. 13

    Now pick your cranking rod. But don’t stop there: Choose the best all-around line weight for cranking, too—and your reel’s gear ratio.

  14. 14

    Trout can see colors

  15. 15

    You should generally approach trout from downstream and cast upstream.

  16. 16

    In what water-temperature range are trout most active and apt to feed?

  17. 17

    Which is most likely to spook the fish you're targeting?

  18. 18

    The best knot for connecting two strands of monofilament when trout fishing is a:

  19. 19

    What's a slinky?

  20. 20

    The southernmost limit of the walleye's range is:

  21. 21

    You're fishing a lake where perch are the top walleye forage. You should target:

  22. 22

    You're working deep structure on a windy day, using your trolling motor for control. You know your jig is the proper weight when:

  23. 23

    Match the following three situations with the best bait or lure: It’s late fall and you’re gunning for a trophy on a deep point in a big reservoir.

  24. 24

    What eats what?

  25. 25

    The dog days of summer are here. Panfish of all sorts are getting tougher to find and catch. Where and when should you concentrate your efforts for the surest shot at a good day?

  26. 26

    What’s the best method for presenting lures or baits to suspended crappies?

  27. 27

    When casting to crappies, the best way to work a jig is with:

  28. 28

    It’s time to tie on a bigger bait or lure when:

  29. 29

    Which of these is the most popular panfish bait among U.S. anglers?

  30. 30

    True or false? The carp you see swirling and jumping in the early-summer shallows are the easiest to catch.

  31. 31

    Big blue catfish can top 100 pounds. What’s the top tactic for catching this monster?

  32. 32

    A school of landlocked stripers are shallow but not actively surface feeding. The surest way to raise one is by crawling a Red Fin plug.

  33. 33

    To catch a big, river-dwelling flathead, you should work your stinkbait or dead bait along the edges of the wood and rocky cover.

  34. 34

    Trolling big crankbaits is standard procedure for catching late-season muskies, but how fast should you troll?

  35. 35

    Which of these hooks is the best choice for live-lining gizzard shad for freshwater stripers?

  36. 36

    Slammin’ is a presentation skill pro anglers go to:

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