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River fishing refers to the practice of angling in rivers, which are freshwater bodies that flow in a specific direction. Rivers offer a diverse and dynamic environment for fishing, with varying water currents, depths, and structures. Anglers may engage in river fishing from the riverbanks, wading in the water, or fishing from boats, depending on the specific characteristics of the river. River fishing provides opportunities to target a wide range of freshwater fish species, including trout, bass, catfish, pike, salmon, and more. The techniques employed in river fishing can vary based on the target species and the specific conditions of the river. Common methods include casting with lures or bait, fly fishing, and drift fishing, where the angler allows bait or lures to move naturally with the river's current. Successful river fishing requires an understanding of the river's flow, structure, and the behavior of the fish species present. Anglers may choose different approaches depending on whether they are fishing in fast-flowing rapids, slow-moving pools, or deeper holes. River fishing is appreciated for its scenic surroundings, the diversity of fish species available, and the dynamic challenges it presents to anglers.

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