Fishing in june
June - spit on fish - many fishermen know this proverb. And indeed, if you think logically, after spring spawning, the fish needs to recover. She, as they say, is…

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Baikal fishing
The sun, calm and silence. And only occasionally you can hear the crackle of ice, whose thickness reaches one and a half meters. And beneath you is a kilometer-long abyss…

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As fishing in the wiring for bream turned into a hunt
It was in July. My friend and I decided to go to the river for bream. We got up early, about three o'clock, took the boat and went fishing. Since…

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As fishing in the wiring for bream turned into a hunt

It was in July. My friend and I decided to go to the river for bream. We got up early, about three o’clock, took the boat and went fishing. Since they were going to catch on the stream, they gathered the floor of a bucket of chernozem (so that the bait was washed out longer). As bait, we used a makuha, boiled peas and barley. They were going to catch on pearl barley, moldy worm, worm and protein honey mastyrka. We went out into the water in the dark, became about five meters upstream from the supposed pit, put on a dozen medium-sized balls from bait and threw them so that, on the stream created, the float floated as accurately as possible. They laid out their six-meter carbon fiber rods (you need to enjoy fishing, not to think about when you can put the rod and rest), but they didn’t catch it right away. As a rule, right after bait, usually small fish fits – roach, buster, bleak, etc. Continue reading

Fishing in still water
What is different fishing in stagnant water First of all, it was noticed that the fish in a closed reservoir does not hold in one place, as is typical for…

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With son on fishing
What do modern children do in their free time? They spend a huge amount of time in front of the TV, computer monitor or gadget in their hands. And at…

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Baikal fishing
The sun, calm and silence. And only occasionally you can hear the crackle of ice, whose thickness reaches one and a half meters. And beneath you is a kilometer-long abyss…

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