Caranx is a fish from the order of perciformes, family of mackerel. Residents of the Hawaiian Islands consider this underwater resident a symbol of courage and unprecedented strength. Why? It’s very simple – when fishermen catch this fish, it starts to fight and resist what they have. To do this, she wriggles in circular motions and tries to go under the water.
Karanks live in the waters of the Red Sea, as well as near the coast of Thailand, Indonesia, the Philippines and Malaysia. A large number of giant quranks live off the Hawaiian islands and off the coast of Africa. Another name for this fish: carambisi, jack, king-fish, ulus, turum.
What does the giant quranx look like?
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The Khabarovsk Territory is a corner of our country, clean from industrial pollution, with magnificent forests and transparent rivers. Fishing is practiced in mountain rivers, on the Amur coast, and in lakes. For lovers of fishing here are just heavenly places. A very popular among fishermen is rafting down a mountain river with stop fishing on taimen reaching 40 kg.
On the rivers Urak, Ulya, Ketanda and their tributaries they fish for coho, chum salmon, char, kundzha, grayling. In the waters of the Lena water basin, pike and perch are perfectly caught. Fishing is possible both from the shore and from an inflatable boat with a motor. Continue reading
Spinning fishing on pike
Gambling anglers are closer in spirit to spinning pike fishing – a sporty type of fishing, demanding from the hunter and from the extraction of remarkable abilities. But, even showing dexterity and cunning, it is impossible to extract a predator from the water depths. The success of fishing depends on many factors – knowledge of fishing techniques, the correct choice of equipment, the place of fishing and bait, the study of fish habits. Do not be successful fishing in the event that the angler feels uncomfortable. How to catch the desired trophy and get maximum pleasure from the process?
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