Why early spring is to look for fish bypass channels fish farms
One of the first places where begins to bite in the spring carp and crucian carp, are bypass channels, and fish-breeding farms. The system of channels in such farms, as a rule, is used to fill grow-out ponds with water from external sources, and after their autumn harvest, and in order to dump the excess water back into the river or reservoir. Running the processes for the harvest grow-out ponds, and then dropping the water in these water channels, often does it happen that part of the fish goes to these channels. And as soon as the channel leaves the territory of the fish, escaped fish becomes the object of Amateur fishing anglers.
It is in the bypass channels and thus created a sufficiently large density population of pond fish escaped from the fish farm. Typically, this fish is a crucian carp and common carp. It is worth considering that the main harvest from ponds occurs in autumn and autumn are quite a lot of departed fish caught by recreational fishers. Caught a lot of fish, but not all. Part of the fish, successfully waiting for November’s cold weather, active stops to peck at until spring. In addition, do not forget that in winter the fish farms continues activities related with different fish moving and bringing us to also experience various unplanned loss of fish. It is the combination of the above factors leads to the fact that in the spring it is on these bypass channels, fish farms and increased concentration of common carp and crucian carp.
Therefore, early March, as soon as the spring sun warmed up the air and slightly increase the water temperature, you should definitely visit and check out such places with a fishing rod. Practice shows that, as a rule, you will not remain without a catch.