Tricks of bait to the sea
Let’s all get back to the smaller inhabitants of the ocean. Many anglers spend their holidays in southern countries and, of course, take the bait. Standing on a white, almost endless sea-coast, they begin to think, maybe to try his luck on the sandy banks or still walk for an hour; to steep cliffs at the end of the beach? Isn’t it better to rent a boat and go out to sea? Do not suffer: the easiest way is fishing from the shore and the cliff. To do this, along the coast there are almost as many places as the sand in the sea. With more or less good weather (minor sea) is to sh the rocks in the coastal zone ( over sandy bottom) with a float snap-in. Depth of about two meters is what we need. Such places we find most often at the walls of the port facilities. Many anglers catch there the ground tackle with a heavy sinker on a worm or piece of fish, throwing a snap far out to sea. But it often happens that they drop it through the fish, most of which are kept in the transition zone from the cliffs to the sandy area. And there it is better to use a float rod. The descent of the float should be equal to the depth plus 0.5 m . The best bait is a segmented worm. After him, along with other types of worms should live shrimp. A piece of sardine is also good and reliable bait.
Lure or not?
Any angler -“presnovodnykh” knows that fish are attracted, throwing the bait. Often first appears fish trifle, but after some time instead of groats nye instances, which attract fish market and the smell of the bait. Once on the sea, people every time completely forget about it. Many anglers are standing helplessly in front of a huge water space and fail to remember the simple rules. One of them is that where there is bait there will be fish. Find food most of the fish helps the sense of smell. For us this must mean: to attract them, you need to create a cloud of aromatic or “scented track”. If you want to teach the fish to a certain place and keep them there, you’ll have to lure him thoroughly.
Complementary feeding when fishing from the shore
In South Africa I met with one interesting way of bait. Once in a local fishing magazine has published an article about the fact that when fishing for sharks from the shore, use the vanilla flavor. First thought: maybe this is a belated April fool’s joke? Then I thought, why not try? During the next visit to the coast I decided to instill a bit of vanilla oil on a piece of squid, which was used as bait. Imagine: a couple of small sharks like the taste! Before this place I didn’t have not one bite . . .
One of the best nozzles for big fish “sandwich” of small cephalopod mollusk (squid) and sardines. Using a bait needle is first put on the leash sardine, and then clam. After that, squid slip on sardine, with the result that it completely disappears in it, and then “sandwich” tie rubber strap. Such a bottom bait in conjunction with a certain amount of oil sardines is irresistible to fish. Although small fish like a magnet attracted to such a bait, it would be very difficult to overcome the tough skin of the squid. Only large individuals could fully swallow the bait.