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