And part of the fun is finding them yourself. It's part of the adventure. I think some of the most important things to learn from experienced anglers are how to rig your baits/lures, what to look for on the water, how to read the tides, and learn the behaviors of the fish you seek to catch. Fish are transient. Facts about the local fish from the people who fish for them regularly is information you can use for the rest of your life. You learn a lot more about your quarry by failing rather than succeeding.
I'm not a chick.