Therefore it is not worth the energy

What predators like to attack are three things:

The victim panicked
Action of injured victim
An action where the victim does not notice the presence of the predator.
These situations are easy targets for them.

Predatory fish will definitely not miss this opportunity

2. Predatory Fish Love Shade & Darkness
shady fish hiding area

Why do fish like to be in the shade?

Many predators use the shade to their advantage, as fish in the Database shade can see fish in sunlight about 2.5 times further.

It’s like we’re in a dark tunnel and looking at a bright spot.

Therefore it becomes a strategic area for ‘skodeng’ fish to prey on and make ambushes.

The main principles in finding fish spots are:

Fish will always look for places that offer shelter and areas that can provide food sources.

This is the nature of all animals.

More articles on this topic: Why Do Predatory Fish Like to Attack From Shaded Areas?

3. Causes of Fish Attacking Lures
What causes the fish to attack the lure even though it looks like a clown?

Even lures that are completely different from any living thing, are still effective


For example spinnerbait and buzzbait.

think like a fish

There are three reasons why fish attack lures, namely

Because the fish are hungry.
Because the reaction of fish who want to defend the territory
Out of curiosity (suspicious).
Ever heard of the ‘wet paint syndrome?’
Try hanging a ‘ wet paint ‘ marker on an object and place B2C Fax the object in a passerby’s place.

Then note how many people passing through the area will try to touch the surface of the object.

They will turn their fingers just to confirm that the paint is really wet?

Most people would.

This psychological effect not only applies to humans, but also to animals. (in this case, fish)

If the fish has been suspicious of an object and is interested in examining it further, it will attack the object to simply confirm “it is true that this object is not a living thing”

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