Tagged: catching

Catching sabrefish on the gum 0

Catching sabrefish on the gum

In the spring there comes a time when fishermen are directing their interest to catch sabrefish on the gum. Many members literally spend the night on the shores and hunt fish from morning to...

Catching cancer in the winter 0

Catching cancer in the winter

There is a perception that cancer is dormant in winter, and catch it hard enough. This is not so. On the contrary, in winter, successfully caught larger specimens than in the summer. Meat cancer,...

Catching of predatory fish by drifting 0

Catching of predatory fish by drifting

The principle of fishing Using float tackle when fishing of predatory fish, the bait is thrown in a pre-tame place. The method of catching of predatory fish in this case is the opposite –...

Reveal the secrets to catching winter carp 0

Reveal the secrets to catching winter carp

Summer fishing for carp – is simple enough! How do you feel about the winter production of this fish? Contrary to popular belief that in winter the fish are not active, caught it (as...

Reveal the secrets to catching winter carp 0

Reveal the secrets to catching winter carp

Summer fishing for carp – is simple enough! How do you feel about the winter production of this fish? Contrary to popular belief that in winter the fish are not active, caught it (as...

Best winter bait for catching bream 0

Best winter bait for catching bream

In winter, however, as in any other time of the year, it is hard to expect that the fish will come to the fishing spot and stay on it for a long time without...

Winter bait for catching roach 0

Winter bait for catching roach

As in any time of the year not to return home empty handed with winter fishing, you should fish good lure. Today in fishing stores, you can purchase almost any kind of winter bait,...

Catching fish in December 0

Catching fish in December

At the beginning of winter, many fish species begin to go to the places of winter camps and suspend any activity. However, some representatives of the aquatic world continue to look for food even...