There are plenty of fish in the sea and fishing season is open in Minnesota. This season take your fishing off the lake. Here Professional Bass Angler John Haynes shares some fishing strategies and I, your Minneapolis Flirting Examiner translate those strategies in to helpful flirting techniques.
Fishing Technique #1
- Know the species you are targeting: Knowing the type of fish you are targeting helps you to select the right lure and/or bait
Know whom you are trying to attract. Know your audience, if you are interested in the aloof guy playing cool next to the bar, don’t be the girl who is dancing on top of the bar kicking glass in his face. If you are interested in the queen bee ordering her friends around, you are going to have to step it up to be the guy that gets her attention. Don’t wait for her to see you, buy her a drink and start a conversation.
Fishing Technique #2
- Set The Hook: This is the terminology used once there is a fish on the line. Setting the hook strong makes sure the fish isn’t lost.
Show your interest. Don’t be too subtle, but don’t be so obvious you scare your target away. Make slightly too long eye contact with her or place your hand on his leg as you lean in to hear him better.
Fishing Technique #3
- Live Bait or Artificial Lure-Some people only use live bait which is the actual types of forage a particular fish feeds on, worms, crawfish and leeches.
- More experienced anglers use artificial lures that imitate the real thing, which requires making the right selection of color, weight, style of lure and a presentation that makes the lure, look real. Only artificial lures are allowed in tournaments.
Be live bait: unbutton that top button, toss your hair back and smile. Just like using worms to catch a fish, people instinctively find these actions appealing.
To use artificial lure, be less obvious in your attraction techniques. Find a moment to stand apart from your group of friends, this allows any potential suitor the chance to approach you. You must look comfortable being away from your protective shield of pals, if you look ill at ease an interested party will find you unappealing.
Whether you spend this fishing season on or off the lake, with these techniques, you’ll never have to tell another story of ‘the one that got away.’