Rules for successful fishing
Thousands of people go fishing every day! How can skilled fishermen increase their catch to unprecedented results? What rules you need to follow to surprise other fishermen with your catch all year round!
An experienced fisherman, preparing for fishing, will certainly take into account the conditions of the established weather, will inquisitively approach the selection of tackles and baits and will certainly take into account the tastes in the taste of the inhabitants of the reservoir. The rules of successful fishing say: not only knowledge and experience are important, but also a number of tricks that not least play their role in successful fishing. A bite is better when the water temperature fluctuates from 12 to 20 degrees Celsius, and completely stops pecking when the temperature changes dramatically. That is why the bite can change even during the day.
In the summer heat the bite is worse in the afternoon, and in the morning and in the evening the water is cooler, and the fish bite better. Therefore, in the fall and spring, you can go fishing in the middle of the day. Of great importance is the direction in which the wind blows, when from the north, the fish do not bite. But two species of fish – perch and pike – to the minnow with such a wind are caught well. Cold-loving fish peck worse at a southerly wind, and biting heat-loving ones, on the contrary, improves. When the wind is variable, it mixes the water layers, and the amount of oxygen in its thickness increases, so the best bite is in summer with wind blowing from any side.
3 basic rules for successful fishing
In summer, quiet and windless weather without clouds, the fish do not want to fall on the hook, this is her rest time. And if there are clouds and temperatures in the sky are not changeable, then a good bite is provided to you, but when the clouds descend low, the temperature also drops, don’t expect a good bite.
Rain and thunderstorms
In thundery rainy days, pike bites perfectly. Many fishermen noticed that the crucian readily swallows the bait after a series of summer rains. After heavy, generous rains, the water level in the river is elevated, then the fish rises upstream to find food in flooded places, begins to eagerly peck, but this bite is short. With the fall of the water level, the bite also falls. When turbid water bite worse, when the water brightens, it improves.
Choose overgrown ponds as your fishing spot; fish loves to gather around vegetation. Another good way: to observe the smooth surface of the reservoir and the behavior of gulls. The fish rises to the surface of the water in order to eat the insects floating there, with circles running along the water, bursts from the sway of the tail. Seagulls circling where there are many fry, which means that there are specimens and bigger ones.
Places of narrowing
If the river is wide, choose a place for its narrowing; on a narrow river, the bite is better at whirlpools and stretches. On the lake it would be good to find a deep hole, usually they can be found behind a sandy or stony oblique. Good bite in places where sedge or shrub is abundantly overgrown. If you can find somewhere a sunken ship or a destroyed bridge, do not hesitate, the bite here will be excellent. With clear water with a clean bottom, look for grassy areas, and with abundant growth, so-called “windows”.