Fishing QuestionsCategory: QuestionsWhat is a fishing spot called?
Joseph Wilson asked 5 months ago
How to find fishing spots?

6 Answers
Wilson answered 3 months ago
A fishing spot can be called a variety of things depending on what part of the country you are in. Some spots might be called a “honey hole,” while others might be called a “lake” or a “cove.” It really just depends on your location.

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David answered 3 months ago
This is a difficult question. There are so many places to fish, and each one can be called something different.

In general, though, fishing spots can be called by their location (i.e. a river, lake, or ocean), the type of fish that can be caught there (i.e. trout fishing spot), or the method that can be used to catch the fish (i.e. fly-fishing spot).

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Alex – ProFisherman Staff answered 3 months ago
A fishing spot can be called many different things depending on where it is located. For example, a spot near a river might be called a fishing hole, while a spot in the middle of the ocean might be called a fishing ground.

No matter what it’s called, though, the best way to find a good fishing spot is by doing some research ahead of time and talking to locals who might know about hidden spots that are worth checking out.

Carlos answered 3 months ago
A fishing spot is typically called a “lake,” “creek,” “river,” or “pond.”

Martin Staff answered 3 months ago
There are many different names for fishing spots, depending on where in the world you are. Some common names include “loch,” “cove,” “bay,” “pond,” and “river.”

Bernard answered 3 months ago
A fishing spot is typically called a “fishing hole.” This is because a fisherman will drop his line into the water in a specific location and wait for a fish to bite. A fishing hole can be any body of water that has fish in it, including lakes, rivers, and oceans.