In order to catch a line, it is necessary to choose areas on the border between thickets of reeds or reeds and clear water, shallow, moderately overgrown bays, windows among aquatic vegetation. In such places are “line trails”, on which the fish goes every day to search for food.
Determining the exact location of these feeding paths is not so easy. To do this, you need to fix the places and time of appearance of bubbles of marsh gas on the surface of the water, which are issued by fish digging in the mud, and of regularly visiting the same water body.
The time spent searching for feeding trails is more than repaid on the following fishing trips, as the fish are strongly tied to them and, in the absence of interventions from the outside, do not leave them.
Pecking tench starts at the beginning of May, and the best biting happens right after spawning, in July and in the first half of August. Continue reading