Where to catch bream? Successful and effective methods of catching bream in bad weather. Tackle and bait for fishing.
During the period of autumn cooling with the arrival of long rains, northerly winds and a sharp change in water temperature, the fishing conditions also change sharply. This also applies to fishing for bream. What are the first noticeable changes in the conditions of fishing and the reaction of fish to these changes? Here you can immediately note the attraction of bream and other “white” fish to other deeper places. If in the summer, when breams are kept on small rivers along the edge of aquatic vegetation, especially if this edge coincides with the channel edge, then with a stable cooling, the fish selects deep-sea eyebrows in the whirlpools and under steep banks. As a rule, it makes no sense to throw a fishing rod over a strip of water lilies, where the greenery is still only touched by yellowness, but there are often few fish there. Even the small roach numerous here, literally teeming with grass in the summer, is moving somewhere at that time. A fish usually gets closer to the wintering pits.
Something similar is observed in the summer.
In recent years, nature has been surprising in unexpected turns from heat to cold, from drought to prolonged rains causing floods. And often in the middle of hot June and early July, a long and steady period of cooling suddenly sets in, very similar in appearance to the form of lowering air and water temperatures, as well as the arrival of cold continuous rains. All this often knocks down the underwater inhabitants from the usual rhythm of life and is misleading, when sometimes in the middle of winter the rhythm of plant life suddenly goes astray and in January buds on the trees swell, flowers bloom. So it is with fish. She rolls closer to the pits. Here, on the border of the rod flow and the reverse jet, the bream is now held.
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If the shore has sufficient depth and a stream flows, then you can fish right below the shore, where large fish are often kept. A float fishing rod with a small pear-shaped float and antenna is suitable for this. This is the easiest fishing when the float goes a short distance to the length of the deaf of this gear. Often such fishing is successful, especially if the tackle is thin, and as a bait a bloodworm is used, planted in a half ring on a small hook or small mormyshka. Small scammers take more often. But it’s best to use Bologna rigging because it allows you to wiring at long distances. Using an inertia-free coil, the fisherman can let the float downstream until its antenna is visible. This allows you to catch large areas of the reservoir. The catch of a fisherman with Bologna equipment is often a large fish, the fishing of which is facilitated by the same reel.
In catching a Bologna fishing rod, a successful and effective technique is used, called – holding
During posting, the fishing line sometimes stops by the fisherman, and during the pause, the bait hook rises into the water column, playing in the streams. This is somewhat reminiscent of playing jigsaw in winter fishing. Any fish can not resist such a game of bait, especially if the bite is weak and the fish is sluggish.
In addition to taking the “stick” in Bologna fishing, a method of dragging the bait along the bottom is also used
That is, the depth is set at which the hook with the bait will touch the bottom during posting. It is also a very effective technique for catching a bream with a lap-dog. But here we must learn to distinguish between bite and bottom hitting.
It is most convenient to catch with a “deaf” mount float, as the tackle is more manageable and responds better to bite. But when the depth at the place of fishing is greater than the length of the rod, you will have to set a sliding float. He freely moves along the fishing line and after casting rises to the surface of the water, abutting against the bounding knot of silicone, which is mounted on the fishing line in accordance with the required depth.
What to catch?
At this time, the fish prefers more high-calorie animal bait: worms, bloodworms, maggots. Often successful is replanting with a bloodworm or maggot worm, as well as larvae of burdock moths or Chernobyl. The larvae of burdock moths sit in solid cones of burdock, and the larvae of wormwood in the stems, which are usually carefully cut along with a sharp knife to get the larvae.