Sometime in these channels of the Cheboksary reservoir there were many dugouts and semi-earthlings. This housing was necessary in the winter for fishermen from the city, and in the spring they were occupied by fishermen from fishing brigades that could be caught even during the spawning period, even by nets. This is a ban to us everywhere.
Dugouts were necessary
Getting to the night in the village was far away, and after a day of fishing it was hard, especially when the snow was wet on the ice and there was still water under it. Continue reading
On the peculiarities of small rivers, in summer and in winter. How to choose a catchy place?
There are many small rivers and rivulets in the Russian outback that have their quiet charm. Among the meadows and woods they run, ringing on the shallows and stopping in the black whirlpools, where they are already slowly circling in the opposite direction. And then run on. And each such river has its own character. It seems that large fish can not be found in such shallow rivers, which the daytime sun shines through to the bottom? But do not rush to such conclusions. Our urban and suburban river in the spring can give excellent chubs who have taken the feeder. At the exit from the pit, on its brow, it is possible to catch the same feeder of large red-eyed dens, which in size and weight will not yield to the Volga fishes. Continue reading
Airborne tackle, which can be called a symbiosis of the feeder and side donkey. I have been using these simple and catchy tackles for years on small rivers with a rather strong course.
Heavy equipment onboard donok called “koltsovkoy.” These gears are most often used on large rivers, at least on the Volga, in the Volga region. And this is a very rational and practical tackle, since the leashes with hooks are constantly in the stream of bait washed out of the feeder. If for a fisherman with a feeder it is often the main task – to get relatively exactly to the same place by the feeder in order to create a background feed, then this problem is resolved. The bait is always near the lure. Continue reading