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Live-lining is a fishing technique where anglers use live baitfish, such as minnows, shiners, or other small fish, as bait while fishing. The technique involves rigging the live baitfish onto a hook and then allowing it to swim freely in the water, either by casting it out or suspending it under a float or bobber. The natural movement and behavior of the live baitfish attract predatory fish, such as bass, pike, walleye, trout, or saltwater gamefish, which may strike at the bait. Live-lining is popular and effective for targeting a wide range of fish species in both freshwater and saltwater environments. It allows anglers to present a natural and lifelike bait presentation, increasing the chances of attracting bites and landing fish.

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