Monthly Archives: July 2018
This is a wide duct, which is called either the second or the third. If we take into account an even wider channel, but rather an ice plateau that stretches from the high root bank, then this channel with a narrow and long island in the middle will really be the third. The long island, which forms the second narrow channel, stretches almost to the Fried hillock, and is cut off in the southeastern side by braids that either appear from the water or disappear. Continue reading
Ruff became an iconic live bait in catching not only pike, but even a good perch caught on a ruff.
In general, a ruff is considered to be not very attractive to a predator live bait. Only the burbot is bleeding at the sight and smell of this prickly and slimy representative of perches. For a nocturnal predator there is no tastier fish than a ruff, despite its thorns and snotty. Continue reading