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
Let’s talk about spinners designed for fishing from the bottom. For some reason, all books describe the method of spinning exactly in the water column, i.e. when the spoon does not touch the bottom. Although everyone knows that one of the secrets of jig fishing is that the bait, after each cycle of the game, falls to the bottom and raises a cloud of turbidity. Very often, zander, perch attack the spinner or jig bait directly at the bottom.
Spinner for fishing from the bottom
On the basis of this, the method of bottom flashing was substantiated and developed. I have a whole set of baits designed to catch from the bottom. There are a lot of them, they are all made independently, there are no such spinners on sale. Continue reading
What is known to a wide circle of anglers about the winter lifestyle of crucian carp, carps, or line? Basically, only with the cooling of water they clog into the wintering pits, lie on the bottom or buried in soft silt, become covered with a thick layer of mucus, fall into suspended animation – in general, they do not peck. This was repeatedly mentioned in his classical works by L.P. Sabaneev.
However, publications about unexpected and successful fishing occasionally appear in fishing publications when crucian carp, carps or tench became trophy for fishermen in winter. Continue reading