I always go fishing in the evening. I catch from a boat. I install the boat in front of the entrance to the pit, 10-15 meters upstream, and somewhere at the same distance from the border of aquatic vegetation. When installing the boat, I use three anchors; one bow and two stern, right and left. This installation of the boat is of great importance. The boat must be stationary. This is due to the nature of the bites of the bream. If, during fishing, your floating craft has an amplitude of movement to the right and to the left, then, accordingly, your tackle will make the same movement at the bottom. And the bream does not like any surprises and is wary of them.
Tackle and bait
After the boat is set in the water, the feeder is sent. As a feeder, I use a fine mesh net that is used in the production of cages. The composition of the bait is also very simple: crackers and ground boiled peas in a 5: 1 ratio. In the fall, I add boiled millet. When fishing, I use three one and a half-meter spinning rods with buener reels, at the ends of which I set nods from springs, and to them I attach bite alarms on clothespins. At night, I insert a firefly into a special hole on these clothespins. I set the main line for spinning with a diameter of 0.3 mm.
As for the equipment that I use when fishing, it is diverse: it is mainly a spring, the satellite works well. But there are basic requirements that everyone must adhere to. First, it should not be too heavy, but not too light, as you fish on the current. Second: it must necessarily be sliding, because with any resistance the bream will spit out the bait. And third: it should be combined so that the hooks and leashes do not overlap with each other. The use of different rocker arms is encouraged, since you fish at night, and you should not waste time and nerves calculating the tackle: it is better to redo the tackle once, and then enjoy fishing and nature.
The composition of the groundbait, which I stuff into the spring, is slightly different from the one I use in the feeder. I use the same crackers and peas, but one to one. I also add ground, lightly toasted seeds. In summer, bream is better caught on vegetable baits: peas, corn, pearl barley. But don’t forget about worms. A pile of dungworms is always included in his diet. The corn-worm sandwiches, the fat-worm sandwiches have proven themselves quite well, and even the most well-fed August bream does not refuse from the bait of an assorted red worm put on a hook with a stocking and a pair of maggots.
In the fall, the diet of bream changes. Animal attachments work better: worm, crawling, dreisen shell. Io about the drssena shell. If you managed to find a plantation of these shells in the fall, or you got some object covered with this shell from the bottom, do not be too lazy to collect this shell and add it to the bait that you stuff into the spring. This is a very effective way to get positive results when fishing.
From the outside, the whole process of fishing by action and but time looks something like this: anchored and lowered the feeder, loaded up to 200-250 grams of additional load. At about eight in the evening, Dneproges starts to supply water. The current intensifies, begins to wash out the bait. Located 10-15 meters from the pit, the bait train that reaches the entrance to the pit will be 5-7 meters wide. At the same time, I throw the tackle into the hole: straight, left to right. Every 20-30 minutes, I release one meter of fishing line at the feeder, raise it and, due to the windage of the net, move the feeder closer to the pit. During the rise and discharge of water from the hydroelectric power station (and this process ends at about one in the morning), I move the feeder so that it is 2-3 meters from the entrance to the pit. When the current weakens, I take the complementary food mixture, compact it with 1: 1 clay, make balls with a diameter of 15-20 cm and throw them on the right, 2-3 meters from the algae border. Donka, which I threw to the left to the middle of the fairway, I move to the right side.
This is due to the fact that after the normalization of the flow, the bream begins to go to the sandbank to feed. In summer, biting continues somewhere until 8-9 o’clock in the morning, and in autumn it can only begin at this time. If the quiet and warm days of Indian summer fall during the full moon, feel free to go fishing, because in the first two or three days before the full moon and also after the full moon, bream takes very actively. Experienced fishermen say that this zhora phase coincides with the bream spawning time. It is on such nights that he spawns. When fishing for bream, all your attention is required from you – bream takes the bait very carefully. When you hook a bream, try to get it out of the depths as quickly as possible so as not to scare away the rest of the fish in the school.