Classic fishing. What is the difference between fly fishing rods. Fishing line. Floats. Hooks
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. A fly fishing rod is not much different from the traditional Aksakov uda, consisting of a fishing rod, fishing line, float, sinker and hook. Only modern fishing rods are made of durable and lightweight carbon fiber, which is also used in the keel of flywheel floats.
Fly fishing rod
Swing fishing rods are distinguished by the fact that they do not have access rings, as well as reel known for bamboo fishing rods. Do not put on the flywheel and the wire reel, as on conventional telescopic rods. Continue reading
What kind of fish and what gear do fishermen catch on village ponds.
Fishermen at the pond in summer
Of course, first of all, on a village pond in the summer, there is a real expanse for fishing anglers who will not exchange their fishing rod with classic equipment for anything, but it was used a couple of centuries ago. And even though here on this pond, literally thirty meters, if you walk along the shore, they catch carps five, seven kilograms, sometimes harder, but for lovers of fly fishing rods, carp are more expensive than the largest carps caught on heavy carp rods. And, strangely enough, for some reason, the largest crucian carp come closer to the coastline. Fishermen with a six-meter fly fishing rod sometimes have worse results for large crucian carp than fishermen with a five-meter fishing rod. But the situation is different with carps. Continue reading
… crayfish and huge schools of perches and other fish, which suddenly also appeared in shallow water, began to crawl out to the clay bank near the shore …
I decided to meet the morning closer to the pontoon bridge, where the reservoir narrows and returns to the riverbed. There I met a fisherman with one fly seven-meter fishing rod.
It turned out that the day before he had caught several scavengers and a three kilo carp here. This was encouraging. But I spent the morning without bite. However, that fisherman was also nearby with his lucky fly fishing rod. But he did not see the bite. Here it should be clarified that these events occurred after the next rainstorm, only this time of an unusually long and strong.
In the morning it seemed strange to me that crayfish began to crawl out onto the clay bank near the shore. This, of course, spoke of clean water, where these arthropods usually live, but why do they inadvertently expose their sides to lovers of beer with crayfish in broad daylight? Here crayfish, even with nets and hands, collect … Continue reading