Micro-fishing is catching small fish species in nearby lakes, streams, creeks, ponds, and other small bodies of water that most anglers would ignore. Its objective is to sneak up on a small fish without the slightest sign of scaring it away.
Micro-fishing originated in Japan and sometimes, when searching the internet for micro-fishing, you may be introduced to Japan’s tenkara fly fishing. It is a great pastime for those who want to relax in a calm environment. It’s also for those who want to discover small fishes in their backyard and other local areas.
To start micro-fishing, you will need micro-fishing gear such as the hooks, line, bait, and other pocket-sized accessories that are specially designed for catching small fish. Of course, you will also need a micro-fishing rod. You can buy this and other micro-fishing gear easily from different stores that offer fishing tools. But, if you want a budget-friendly option, you can also make a micro-fishing rod.
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