The hunter’s imprisonment
In its variety of fishing methods, winter fishing is by no means inferior to open-water fishing. Bales, balancers, zherlitsy, mormyshki: all these tackles are very popular among Ukrainian fishermen.
Fishing on the unwashable mormyshku
If on the first ice you can take a strong fishing rod in your hands, equip it with an impressive size balance and move from the hole to the hole in search of the ardent bite of the toothed queen of reservoirs – pike, then in the period of deafness, which, unfortunately, lasts much longer than the first ice , you have to go to catching the jig and put the large lures in the closet in the attic or where far away.
One of the most, at first glance, easy ways to catch fish in the winter is catching mormyshku. Many anglers pre-stock moths or maggots, select mormyshkami uncomplicated forms and go fishing. Of course, such fishing requires a certain skill, but, you see, it is much more pleasant to force the fish to bite on an empty mormyshka without using a nozzle of natural origin.
Mastering non-stop fishing
Many of those who want to forget about the crank and learn non-stop fishing, after one or two flying fishing trips throw this venture and finally lose faith in the fact that a fish can peck on a bare mormyshka. In no case should this be done! So that mastering unmoiled fishing does not turn out to be a failure, first you need to understand where to start.
There is a huge number of forms of beznasadochnyh mormyshek: goat, nymph, devil, ant, gvozdesharik, Uralka, cobra, oats, etc. Not surprisingly, it is very easy to get confused in all their diversity, if you do not know which bait to choose.
The most easy to learn is considered to be bait called gryzdesharik or abbreviated as GSH. They, as a rule, represent a tungsten column, and a brass ball, which moves freely along the hook. It is believed that during the game the ball hits the column, creating at the same time attracting fish fluctuations, before which it can not resist.
The main wiring for nail fishing is similar to the wiring that anglers use when fishing for moth. Some fish respond well to dotted wiring or slow wiggle, perch, on the contrary, likes a quick game with a good amplitude.
Having mastered catching a nail-ball, you can gradually move to catching other more sophisticated baits, such as the devil, which requires a special approach and the selection of the correct nod.
The main thing is not to get upset if the bite did not happen, but to wait for it. You need to constantly experiment, changing the wiring. With each fish caught, the belief in non-stop fishing and the desire to master fishing on other types of mormyshk will only grow. Successful fishing!