Who can be caught in early spring
What kind of fish can be prey in early April? What and where to catch? Nozzles, bait, bait.
The period of early spring is a time that can be called interseason. Why? It seems to be already open water and the fish should move, feed. During this period, the bulk of the fish is still adapting to new conditions. Moreover, the still cold in the winter water beats off the appetite not only of carp family fish, but they also do not take bass. Only fish that move at this time to spawn, rising to the headwaters, have a snack and move again against a rather strong current at this time. But this spring course is usually short-lived and you still have to get to it precisely to take the soul away in fishing.
So which fish can be prey in early April?
First of all, the worms on your rods will be pulling the ruff, especially in the evening twilight. And this is to some extent not bad. From ruffs you get a great ear, especially if you cook ruffs along with other fish in the form of a double or triple soup. What is a double ear, if nothing else bites? No need to rush.
During this period, a large dace is often quite actively caught. This is probably the earliest fish on a small river, which may be of interest as an object of amateur fishing, and not the smallest object. Yelets are usually caught with bottom tackles – feeders, donk-baits, hooks. It is better to put a braided cord with a diameter of 0.14 millimeters on the coil of the feeder and adopt a rectangular feeder weighing 100 grams. It is best to use a rubber shock absorber – feeder. This will prevent cliffs and shooting off leads and feeders. If, due to the strong flow, a heavier trough is required, it is better to put the cord 0.16-0.18 mm thick. Fluorocarbon with a thickness of 0.2 millimeter is suitable for leashes, hooks are No. 4-5 of our numbering. As bait, you can use the finished mixture for carp. Bait is better to choose for cold water, because the water temperature is almost winter. The filler can serve as “salapinsky porridge”. In bait it is desirable to add a little chopped worms, small moldy worm or bloodworms. Baits for catching dace are usually worms, bloodworms and maggot. It is better to make “sandwiches” of these baits. In order for the bait to have a fresh look, it can be placed in front of the bait of artificial bloodworm and moldy worm, processing before casting with the wormwood and Motyl dip.
Yelets, especially large ones, keep on a fairly strong current and prefer places with uneven flow, head-on jets and on the border of fast flow with reverse flow or coastal low-water. If you choose the right place, bait and bait, then the catch of a large dace can be quite weighty.
Dace and bleak can become in deep pools with reverse flow of prey to the float fishing rod. Bleak is also an early fish, but at this time it is well caught only on the surface of the pits, where the spring sun has warmed the water.
By evening, as already mentioned, they may begin to peck on Donkey ruffs. And let these small fish, but they are an excellent bait for burbot. This is also a potential prey in the early spring. Moreover, in a good place where there is a lot of burbot, night fishing, in addition to romantic impressions, can bring good catch, since burbot and especially its liver is a real delicacy in the ear. Burbot takes at night, and its first bites usually begin around 21 hours. The most intense bite of this nocturnal predator is about 23 hours. By morning, burbot ceases to take.
I advise you to read: The wonderful live bait – ruff
Tackles for catching burbot are the simplest. You can leave on the sandy spit the same feeders, adding to them more and zakidushki. Seething will help cover a wider area and serve the best efficiency of night fishing. In addition, it is easy to work tackle, which is a positive quality in a cold night when hands are frozen.
Large burbot prefers live or snooty fish. Therefore, for his fishing is better to use special live bait. They differ from the usual only way of bait bait or snnoy fish, when the leash is first passed through the gills of the fish, and then removed from under the gill cover and fastened to the buckle. Double hook is usually located in the mouth of live bait. This method eliminates the predator gatherings. On the single hooks of the usual hooks, worms and sliced fish are placed.