Winter is a time of grace for catching pike, perch, perch and burbot by zherilniki. You can hunt them immediately after the formation of ice, throughout the winter and spring. Fishermen achieve success in quiet frosty days, as well as in the thaw. A pike, for example, often picks up when the thermometer column approaches zero.
… two times a week, I put the girls on the ice of a deep water quarry, where pikes live, and each time I went home without a catch, taking intact live bait. The thermometer for a week showed 5–6 degrees of frost, the sun was shining, it was quiet. In the evening, they said along the Mayak that some warming is expected in the coming days. I decided to try my luck again. Continue reading