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Bait for roach in winter 0

Bait for roach in winter

Winter fishing is an enjoyable pastime of many anglers. The time when you can sit on the ice with friends, enjoy the beauty of the winter forest and to catch fish. In the winter,...

Winter fishing. Fishing on mormyshka 0

Winter fishing. Fishing on mormyshka

With a jig familiar to every angler. On jig fishing in the winter and summer, but the fishing still occurs in winter. So what is the lure and tackle in General? Jig The jig...

Sea bass fishing. What tackle and bait is best? 0

Sea bass fishing. What tackle and bait is best?

Bass are found everywhere. This voracious fish can be caught year round in the light of the day, and at night, the predator stops feeding. Small striped hunters move throughout the pond. Large representatives...

10 tips for winter fishing 0

10 tips for winter fishing

Winter is cold time! At this time, the fisherman must be extremely demanding on your gear, so as not to freeze and catch some sea fish. We offer you to pay attention to the...

Perch fishing in July 0

Perch fishing in July

Perch, a freshwater fish that is in demand from anglers. Probably not once seen a small striped fish with reddish fins. The perch is a voracious predator. Moves across the pond pack. Small flocks...

Features a snap winter float tackle 0

Features a snap winter float tackle

Symbolically all fans of fishing peaceful fish in the winter time can be divided into two types — those who catch on mormyshka anglers and passive-poplavochnikov. Each of them is sure that his method...

Diseases of fish. Their impact on human 0

Diseases of fish. Their impact on human

What if the hook caught the fish with signs of disease? What threat comes from it, if the fisherman was holding it in his hands? First of all, no panic. The majority of fish...

Diseases of fish. Their impact on human 0

Diseases of fish. Their impact on human

What if the hook caught the fish with signs of disease? What threat comes from it, if the fisherman was holding it in his hands? First of all, no panic. The majority of fish...