Amateur fishermen are already being fined for new rates for catching “substandard” fish, and has this already affected net owners?
I don’t know how it will be on the Volga this year, but in March last year near Korotnaya, for example, the river, far and wide, was blocked off by fishing nets. And the devil will understand them, where they legally fish, and where not. And while I was there, I’ve never seen valiant fish conservation officials checking these net owners. Continue reading
So, a new fishing law has been passed. It will enter into force on January 1, 2020. If you walk along the main points and draw conclusions, then the main pain points were RPU – fishing areas, where they took a fee for visiting these reservoirs and fishing. Now, under the new law, paid reservoirs should be closed by the end of 2020. Continue reading
The fly fishing rod is probably the most popular and widespread tackle among Russian fishermen. Probably, such a love for this tackle is generally associated with attachment to the float fishing rod of all segments of the population, from schoolchildren to gray-haired pensioners. And that is understandable. After all, this is a classic fishing. Continue reading