Grayling in small rivers
These notes are for beginners in grayling. You can perfectly catch roach, perch or dace, but be completely helpless loser when hunting for grayling. I went through this. I probably…

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Reflections on the behavior of the perch
At one time, I "shoveled" a lot of materials on the biology of perch - the most ubiquitous predator among us, including candidate dissertations, which remained accessible only to a…

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Hunting with a wobbler. Where to look, how to catch zander
Pike perch is schooling, actively moving in a large area of ​​the reservoir. Chasing him, constantly changing fishing places, is not always justified. Much more rational, knowing the seasonal, daily…

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Summer bream fishing in still water

Fishing for bream in quarries, reservoirs and lakes is different from fishing on the river.

The first and main feature is that if the bream in the rivers during the day stays approximately in the same areas, then in stagnant water we can observe its pronounced daily migration. In the morning, evening and night, he goes to eat in shallow areas, and during the day goes to the deepest places of the reservoir. If it is cloudy, the bream prefers to stay in shallow water longer, and a sharp change in the weather sometimes forces him not to leave the pits. Continue reading

You must look for perch

In most water bodies, perch is constantly moving. Who doesn’t know the situation: half a day walk, walk around and around? Check all the traditional places where he usually took, H is empty. And suddenly on some underwater flat patch you will find a perch. And he stands here very tightly. And another time he is not there already. Either the oxygen regime has changed, or the feed has run out, or atmospheric pressure has fallen sharply. One can only guess …

I have been catching perch in the winter for many years and made sure that its behavior both in a certain period of the year and during the day cannot be driven into any patterns. It’s aground, where there’s only one and a half a meter of water, then at a depth, then at a dump … Continue reading

English fishing rod

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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So, there is a bream in the pond. but where to start?
A bream is a fish that loves sections of water bodies with a moderate course or without it at all. The bream habitats in winter are deep plateaus (irrigation), wide…

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Pike fishing
The structure of the pike is adapted for fast movements. Her body shape is Chondo-elongated (arrow-shaped) with far protruding flat jaws, well dissecting the water. Dorsal and pre-caudal fins moved…

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Long casting tackle
Initially, the only reliable way to perform long-range casting when fishing on a fishing rod was such that the equipment was gradually carried away by the flow to the desired…

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Sudak - perch family
Sudak is the largest representative of the Perch family. It has an elongated squamous body, fanged mouth with small teeth. Its back is greenish-gray, on it there are sharp spikes…

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