The term “bottom fishing” indicates a number of techniques performed from a boat at a certain distance from the shore by using a fishing pole and a fishing reel.
This techniques aims for capture preys that generally don’t come closer to shore or are easily captured in deep bottoms. This technique also aims for undermining species by using a boat.
Bottom fishing technique are distinguished in 3 main categories:
- Coastline bottom fishing
- Bottom fishing of medium bottom
- Deep bottom fishing
The basic concept of this fishing method is that of lowering a terminal with more than one hook on the bottom with adequate lures and waiting for the fish eats it. Then it follows the rescue of the prey.
The most common preys of this fishing method are:
Pagellus bogaraveo, Polyprion americanus, Brama brama and Lepidopus caudatus.
This fishing method is used all year.