Want to be successful at ice fishing? Then don’t forget the three basic rules.
Proceed with a slow, but diverse wiring. The game should be monotonic: use a different movement in the brush, change the length and frequency of strokes. The only way you will be able to awaken the interest of sluggish winter fish.
Most try to use a jig. Spinners and balances are only effective in pergolide when the fish are very responsive and hungry. In winter the appetite of underwater creatures only cause all kinds of jig.
Remember that each fish the time fish. Usually perches across the pre-dawn time, pike – in the morning, but the bass – in the late afternoon. But keep in mind that the schedule of the fish biting for different water bodies may vary. So be sure to explore and record their observations. In the future they will be useful. You will be able to compare the habits of the fish in different waters and to make useful conclusions.