Fishing for striped Lavrik
Striped Lavrik, or at such other striped bass is Providna fish, found on the Atlantic coast of North America, from Florida to Scotland. It is a migratory fish that move between freshwater and salt water. Striped bass is popular in sport fishing — the largest ever caught was weighing 37 kg. This fish can be quite difficult to catch because they are constantly in motion and behave somewhat unpredictable. As a result, many fishermen argue about the best methods of catching them. But with the right equipment and a few simple methods you can improve your chances of catching Lavrik.
The use of suitable equipment
It is desirable to use a depth sounder. The availability of the boat, equipped with a reliable fish finder will definitely help in the pursuit of big bass.
Having a clear idea about how to manage with sonar, you will be able to find a place where swim schools of striped bass.
Select the correct bait. Bass — refers to those fish that can be caught using a variety of bait.
Mainly suitable live bait, such as herring, Menhaden, mackerel, eels, squid, clams, anchovies, moths, night crawler and sand worms. You can find these baits in almost any location or in the shop.
The type of bait that will bring you the greatest success, will depend on where you intend to fish. If you are not familiar with the pond in which to fish, consult with the local fishermen or contact your local fishing shop to find out a desirable type of bait.
Reel and rod should take what she could easily withstand loads weighing 10 to 15 kg, this also applies to fishing line with hooks.
Striped Lavrik can be caught all year round.
Lavrik is a migratory fish that prefer a water temperature between 7 and 18 ° C. Therefore, if the water temperature is above or below this range, you are unlikely to find this fish, as they will migrate to more warm or cool water.
Temperature can also affect the location of fish in water. On a hot Sunny day the bass may dive to a depth of 12 m to avoid the heat and find more suitable temperature with a wealth of much needed oxygen. Taking this into account, a cool day you can find bass in the upper layers of water.
These fish are more prone to feeding when the water movement is due to changing tides or strong winds. This is because the movement of the water stirs the bottom of the reservoir, thereby raising the bottom of their food base.
Striped bass often feed at dusk and at dawn, this time they catch a small fish under the cover of darkness. Thus, you can have more chances of catching Lavrik, if you will catch it at that time of day.