Masking gear tackles in summer and winter. Probably every fisherman had to face the problem of preserving his fixed gear from ruin and abduction. The onlookers idly wandering along the banks and embankments of the rivers flowing within the city boundaries strive to spoil and destroy the tackle. They often cannot indifferently pass by the tackle installed on the shore, if the fisherman either slumbers nearby or has retired somewhere in his business just for a couple of minutes. Returning, he may find that someone’s disgusting hand has already walked through his parking lot and tackle.
No less worry is delivered by vacationers who rent boats and hang on them in all directions with noise and din, throwing garbage overboard and for some reason having time to pull out the poles of pockets. It is absolutely impossible to explain these actions with some logic and common sense. Okay, they would just pull out the poles, although it is not clear here – why? But it also happens that with the flyer-cracker attached to the pole of the pole, it is pulled out of the bottom and thrown onto the water. Where is the meaning and at least some explanation of these actions? Therefore, in recent times I have been trying not to catch on live-stock fixed gear within the city, although there are plenty of pikes in the city river. If I am setting up summer slants, then for a short time the dawn. Continue reading
Where to catch bream? Successful and effective methods of catching bream in bad weather. Tackle and bait for fishing.
During the autumn cooling period with the arrival of long rains, northerly winds and abrupt changes in water temperature, fishing conditions also change dramatically. This also applies to catching bream. What are the most noticeable changes in the conditions of fishing and the reaction of fish to these changes? Here you can immediately notice bream and other “white” fish to other deeper places. If in summer, when bream stick on small rivers along the edge of aquatic vegetation, especially if this edge coincides with a riverbed brow, then with a steady cold snap, the fish chooses deep-water edges in pools and under steep banks. As a rule, it makes no sense to throw the float fishing rod over the strip of water lilies, where the greens are still touched by yellowness, but there are often few fish there. Even the numerous small roach here, in the summer literally teeming with grass, moves somewhere at this time. A fish is usually moved closer to the wintering pits. Continue reading