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 steady cooling, the fish selects deep-sea eyebrows in the whirlpools and under steep banks. As a rule, it makes no sense to throw a float fishing rod over a strip of water lilies where the greenery is still only touched by yellowness, but there are often fewer 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. Continue reading
Tear off the backside of the couch and … finally take the children fishing! It’s easy for you, and the kids have so much joy!
The first fishing trip for a child is an unforgettable adventure for life! What will she be like? Nervous, full of paternal irritation and intolerance? Or, on the contrary, will it reveal to the children’s eyes the wonderful world of the surrounding nature and its inhabitants? And will it take place at all? It all depends on you, dear parents.
Unlucky children of the XXI century. The Internet stole their childhood, took away the joy of lively communication with friends and nature. Many of them will never know what street games are, potatoes baked in a bonfire, swimming in the river, fishing …
Dear parents, hear me! Buying tablets and phones for 5-year-old crumbs, you commit a crime against childhood. They don’t need these electronic vampires at this age. They are already lured with them through life. Children need your attention. Your real, interested participation is needed. They want to play football, badminton with you, go hiking, go fishing – are there any interesting activities in the world? And you dismiss them, planting them on the Internet – a ruthless killer of time and health. I myself have three daughters. I know what I am saying. Continue reading
An instructive story about how a young fisherman grew up and became a poacher. It is especially depressing that there is no fiction in it, one truth.
Quiet summer morning. The sun is shining kindly. 5-year-old boy is going fishing. He asks his grandmother to knead a little dough for him, and while she is doing this, she hurriedly searches for worms, turning over old boards, tiles – various rubbish scattered around the yard in damp places. And finally, a dozen worms crawl in a tin can, and a small hand squeezes a lump of dough – you can go to the river.
Stuffing pockets with green apples and cherry plum, the boy takes his unpretentious fishing arsenal – a reed fishing rod, a 3-liter can for fish – and barefoot mince on cool morning dust. Not far to the river. Only five minutes.
Here it is already in place. The river meets it with the native smell of silt, sonorous trills of reeds, croaking of frogs, bursts of fattening fish. The boy’s heart begins to beat faster. With trepidation, he unwinds the fishing rod, puts a red worm on the hook and makes the first cast into a small window of clean water, surrounded on all sides by a dense wall of algae. Continue reading