Biting activation, or when the fish is passive

Biting activation, or when the fish is passiveEach fisherman has his secrets of activating the bite, his own set of enticing fish for bait. But there are general rules. In summer, for example, in most reservoirs there is an abundance and variety of feed; the fish is full and fastidious in choosing lures. Take, for example, crucian carp. It often happens that you are trying to attract this fuss over the most exquisite bait, and he will literally get close to duckweed. And, you know yourself, smack it with appetite there, absorbing these very microalgae or some kind of living creature. Therefore, at the beginning of fishing, you have to experiment not only with tackle (say, a float fishing rod or a fishing rod for plumbing on a mormyshka), but also with baits. There is only one rule: in order to correctly use nozzles, the fisherman needs to study the habits of the fish, their diet, both in a certain season and during the day.

Much depends on the quality of the gear and fishing technique. Most fish take a moving bait more willingly. And fishing methods such as spinning or fly fishing are already active by themselves. Nevertheless, there are many secrets here, how best to provoke a fish to bite. This also applies to the choice of bait, and the features of the wiring. And most importantly – you should be in time in the right place.

In the hot season of summer and in the middle of winter, fish feel discomfort due to a lack of oxygen in the water. Nibble is very weak. When fishing from ice to mormyshka, for example, the size and shape of the bait, its color, the thickness of the fishing line play a role – the thinner it is, the more bites. Particular attention during such periods should be given to the nozzle, which should be impeccably fresh. In general, in fishing, as in any other hobby, there is no limit to improve your skills. One of the components of success in this case is the use of modern baits developed taking into account the latest achievements of science.

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The use of flavored artificial baits, for example, is due to the presence of well-developed olfactory organs in fish, which allow them to distinguish between substances dissolved in water even in the smallest quantities. Catfish, burbot, chub, zander, perch use the sense of smell more often than other fish when searching for food. Pike in some conditions (for example, during turbidity of the water) also responds perfectly to the odorous trace of a moving bait in water.

In recent years, many of our and foreign spinningists use soft baits that exude a seductive smell in the water. In addition, fishermen today have special liquid attractants, which are sold in fishing shops in the form of tubes. Jelly-like flavors having a sticky consistency are especially popular. They can be applied to the surface of spinners, wobblers, jig baits. This jelly is quite resistant to water. In contrast to jelly-like ones, there are liquid attractants, which are often used by fly-fishing companies to impregnate artificial flies. But in water, they erode faster.

Among other things, the famous American company Berkeley, for example, has mastered the production of a number of natural lures for trout fishing. Among them, you should pay attention to Trout bait (trout bait) in the form of dough, which has the taste and smell of salmon caviar, earthworms, nymphs and corn. Balls from this test hold well on the hook and attract not only brook trout, but also rainbow and sea trout. I recommend these baits to all fans of exciting trout fishing. Moreover, these days it is easy to go for this fish to the nearest paid pond from the city, where it is bred.

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author: В.А. Kazantsev "Open Water Fishing"

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