Fishing QuestionsCategory: Catch Fishing FAQHow do you know if a fish is biting?
Frank Rich asked 3 months ago
How do fish bite on bait?

6 Answers
David answered 2 months ago
One way to know if a fish is biting is to look at the end of your fishing rod. If you see the line moving, that means a fish is biting. Another way to know if a fish is biting is to use a fishing pole with a built-in bite indicator. This indicator will vibrate or move when a fish bites, so you’ll be able to tell immediately.

Carlos answered 2 months ago
There are a few ways to tell if a fish is biting. One way is to look at the end of your fishing rod. If you see movement, it means that the fish are biting.

Another way is to look at the water. If you see ripples or bubbles, it means that the fish are biting. Finally, you can also listen to sounds coming from the water. If you hear a splashing noise, it means that the fish are biting.

Alex – ProFisherman Staff answered 2 months ago
There are a few ways to tell if a fish is biting. One is to watch the line. If it starts to move in a way that isn’t consistent with the movement of the waves or wind, then there’s a good chance that a fish is on the other end.

Another way to tell is by listening. If you can hear a difference in the sound of the waves or wind, then there’s also a good chance that there’s a fish on the line.

Finally, you can feel the line for movement. If it starts moving and feels like there’s more weight on it than before, then there’s probably a fish on there!

Martin Staff answered 2 months ago
There are a few telltale signs that can indicate a fish is biting. One common way to know is to look for bubbles on the surface of the water. If you see bubbles, it means the fish are eating and swimming near the surface.

Another way to tell is by watching your line. If you see your line twitch or move, it means there’s a fish on the other end!

Finally, listen for sounds of splashing in the water; this could mean there are fish feeding near the surface.

Wilson answered 2 months ago
There are a few ways to tell if a fish is biting. One is to watch the end of your fishing pole for any sudden jerks or movement. Another way is to look at the water and see if it’s bubbling or disturbing in any way. If you’re using live bait, you can also feel for any nibbles on the bait.

Bernard answered 2 months ago
There are a few ways to tell if a fish is biting. One is to look at the water and see if it’s rippling or bubbling. Another way is to use a fishing pole and wait for the bobber to go under the water. If the bobber disappears quickly, that means the fish is eating the bait; if it disappears slowly, that means the fish isn’t eating the bait.