Under such an original name, experts on domestic insects easily recognise a large greyish-brown butterfly with a slightly blurred complex pattern on the wings. Anglers also experimenting in a constantly active search for more efficient baits, you should to know a little about her caterpillar.
It is the caterpillar of the Carpenter odorous acts as an original bait in angling “whites” on the waterways. It can be applied on float tackle when fishing from the surface according to the type of fly fishing or in the wiring.
Description and application nozzle
The larva is quite large and easily noticeable. Her body with a thickness of 1 cm, and then a little more, with a length up to 5 cm, is easily recognizable on the original tri-color livery. The sides of the caterpillar is reddish-yellow, the abdomen orange, and the upper part of the “backless” dark red. Only hatched caterpillars are much more modest in size with a pink body.
Caterpillar this with a powerful jaw, black head and chest can be easily assembled manually. Storage conditions – ventilated container and cool. Larvae collected under the bark of fruit trees. Moreover, their presence on a particular tree is recognized by a large oval-shaped passages and small piles of brownish sawdust in front of them. Very often the larvae are found under already started to flake off in their bark.
Usually, one infected tree can hold up to hundreds of maggots Burrowing odorous, since they prefer to live in colonies.
This is the bait for catching IDE, Rudd, roach, etc. to put the bait on her hook-generally a puncture near head, hiding the sting in the larva. Other options are tips, as always in the case of caterpillars.
This, of course, need to try very carefully to put a maggot on the hook, preventing its leakage or bearing failure, which reduces the degree of mobility while reducing the attractiveness of the nozzle.
By the way, this bait is not too common in the Arsenal of even the seasoned anglers in the power, first, the ignorance about it, and secondly, because of the struggle of the growers with this pest considerably reduces the population of larvae on fruit trees. If it exists, of course, is to try the nozzle, at least from a purely fishing curiosity.