especially if a sharp decrease
Summer bream angling in non-flowing and flowing water bodies is quite different from each other. Say, in the river, in the daytime, he tries to stick to one section, while in the lake or in the reservoir one can observe his active movement. In the morning and evening feeding bream prefers to appear in shallow areas, while closer to noon he likes the deep-water areas more. In the case of a sharp change in the weather, he generally falls into the pits.
Choosing a place for future fishing, it should be remembered that the bream prefers to feed near the ravines close to the shore. The most intense seasons of the bream are the first two summer months: June and July. True, much depends on the climate of the region. Morning and evening dawn, as well as night are considered to be the best time to go. At this time, the fish comes closest to the shore. Continue reading