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July is, perhaps, the same month of the summer season, when the sun is baking in all its might. For the fisherman this month can be described as not the best when you can count on a rich catch. Everything is explained quite simply. The upper layers of the water surface warm up to a temperature that is not comfortable for the fish, all the more so in the places of shallow water. As a result, almost all fish goes to a depth, or lives in places where there are a large number of bottom springs. In the afternoon, when the weather is calm and hot, you can’t count on a good catch in most cases. Therefore, fishing in the July days will be more practical if the day is rainy and cloudy. Also, the best time for fishing in July will be the morning hours, when dawn just rises. At this time, the water is still not so much warmed up as during the day and the fish rises from depth to surface. In some cases, fishing can take place at night. At such times bream, zander, chub, pike, perch are well caught. Continue reading
The fishing rod, which will be discussed today, comes from England, and its main element is a plug rod with rings, designed for fishing with a reel, thin fishing line and a light float. Sometimes it is called “sports” or “match” (from the English “match rod”), because it is used by athletes in competitions. In its homeland, in England, it is called the “Float rod”, that is, simply a “float rod”, and no one clarifies that it is equipped with rings and a reel seat. The fact is that fishing rods for dumb equipment until recently have not been widely used by the British.
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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