Since the biting of a perch is often moody, one has to experiment with decoys and game techniques. When fishing on a weakly bottomed bottom, a conical mormyshka with a powerful thickening at the end in the form of a ball can give a good result. The ball can be coated with brass flakes. The game is this: mormyshka sinks to the bottom so that the thickened part falls into the ground, and the hook with the bloodworm remains on the surface. With the nodding movements, the angler sets small vibrations with an almost weakened fishing line, so that the vibrations of the mormyshka create the appearance of a bloodworm burying in silt. If there are no bites during contact with the ground, the mormyshka is raised only 1 cm higher. At the beginning of ice freezing, perch is most often searched at depths from 0.5 to 4 m. If there is a noticeable change in topography from shore to depth, then search holes need to be drilled perpendicular to the shore, and when the perch is located, additional holes can be drilled along lines parallel to the shore.
The water on many ponds during this period is very clear, and perch in a large bait will quickly notice a catch, so I often use the smallest mormyshki: round, elongated, flattened. Mormyshka flattened form with a lower corrugated surface as well also works well during a period of bad biting. To cause perch activity, you first need to tap on the ground to raise a cloud of turbidity, and then play the game on the rise. Often the perch does not respond to the game with the rise from the ground, but it takes well to lower it from the ice edge by a step (usually at shallow depths near the shore). If the mormyshka does not fail when it is lowered into the just drilled hole, it is likely that the perch grabbed it. The hook should be instant, otherwise, having felt the unnatural weight of the bait, the perch will spit it out right away. It is possible to hold the found flock of perches if you throw pinch into the hole of small bloodworms with pinches.
With certain skills, they successfully catch perch on a non-nozzle mormyshka or “little devil”. On the forearm of the hook of a small black “drop” I plant a pair of white and yellow, red and white beads. Sometimes these additions are redundant. When fishing on a non-stick "little devil" it is useful to add a pair of red beads to the fishing line. But most importantly, in order to succeed, you need to play clearly measured at an average or fast pace (the pace of the game is selected experimentally). It can be very difficult to make a perch peck at a rewinder if you do not have the patience to play a long stable game. He often stands nearby and, as it were, checks. If the game goes even with minor glitches, the perch immediately notices a catch. Biting one of the “devil” hooks of the larva of burdock moth usually makes the perch peck faster.
If neither the bloodworm, nor the larva of the burdock moth, nor the non-migratory one succeeds in awakening the bite of the perch, I set off to look for the dragonfly larva (cossack). When the snow cover is small and the ice is transparent, suitable algae is not difficult to detect. Then, having drilled a hole, I lower the horn in it, wind the algae on it and pull them out onto the ice. Having examined the stems and rhizomes of aquatic plants, it is easy to find small green larvae that begin to move actively in the air. Perch pecks at the cossack instantly.
Roach. An interesting way to catch roaches was taught to me by a fisherman, who was met on a pond near Ilyinsky, Moscow Region. He used a home-made non-stick “goat” that resembled an oat kernel in appearance. Making the bait is quite simple: tin is soldered to the double forend of double No. 17-18. The hooks are brought closer to each other, so that the angle between them is 30-35 degrees. The fishing line is attached to the bait, as to an ordinary hook (after skipping into the ring, it is pulled onto the forend of the hook). In a stationary position, the body of the "goat" is located at an angle of 30-45 degrees to the vertical axis. The game is active with medium amplitude when the back of the bait drops sharply. When playing, the hooks fly up, the "goat" takes a horizontal position. A nod for this method is used long and slightly curved upwards, preferably metal. Under the weight of the mormyshka, its tip is slightly pressed down. During the bite, he rises a little. This method helped me more than once later, when the roach was very sluggish and did not pay attention to the mormyshka. Obviously, in some ponds, certain aquatic organisms during the period of their activity manifest themselves in just such movements, and roach willingly reacts to them.
Of the large number of tactics that are suitable for catching roach on a pond, I often use the method of fishing with two fishing rods: in one hole I catch a game with a mormyshka, and in the other the mormyshka hangs motionless close to the bottom. The same method is well suited for fishing perch. If a roach site has been discovered, but the fish is suspicious of mormyshka, I replace one mormyshka tackle with a float. For roaches, I make super-light fishing rods: a fishing rod – a minimal foamy filly with a flexible whip, which additionally absorbs jerking fish; fishing line 0.09 mm; the float is comparable in volume to the average size of a foam pea; the lead loading element is installed only 1.5-2 cm from the hook (its mass is minimal; it is important that it sinks the float when immersed to the bottom); thin wire hook No. 18-22. The combination of tips is the same as when fishing for mormyshka. I make a cut at the slightest rise, and sometimes only the movement of the float.
However, at the stage of searching for roach exit points, I use only one mormyshka fishing rod and catch a large number of holes with it, which I drill sparsely or densely, depending on the attractiveness of the relief, the presence of individual snags and islets of algae. If roach sites are discovered, I drill additional holes and feed them with a mixture of breadcrumbs and seeds, sometimes with the addition of small bloodworms (additional fishing spots are necessary, as catchy holes should be allowed to rest periodically). But there are ponds on which such bait is not suitable. In this case, you need to keep the roach in place by tossing small portions of fodder bloodworm or Chernobyl into the hole.
Mormyshka is usually the smallest black, gray or light, depending on the characteristics of the pond and lighting. I plant one or two larvae of bloodworm on it – under the head or in the middle of the body. With a bad bite, I bait a Chernobyl larva and a couple of small fodder bloodworms on a thin hook. Roach is more likely to respond to such bait. It should be borne in mind that the roach of the first ice is very careful, and leaves if the neighbors start drilling nearby.
Gudgeon. More than once I tuned in to some ponds to catch roach. When you catch a motionless mormyshka and see a bite, then suddenly you realize that the wrong fish came up. Finally, you guess that this is a gudgeon. It manifests itself by pulling the fishing line or pulling it to the side, with light pokes, pressing the nod. At any voltage, the nodding must be done in time, otherwise the gudgeon will eat the bait and leave. It’s problematic to catch an active game – it’s suitable, tyuket and then departs. Therefore, when I find a gudgeon, I switch to a combined tooling – below the mormyshka I attach a No. 18 hook on a short leash and switch to passive fishing with light bait. Bait is a small piece of a thin worm, bloodworms are one or two larvae. If tributaries rich in caddis run into the pond, then this fish very well takes on caddis.
Ruff At the Cuban Pond, the tactics and techniques of catching a royal ruff were not much different from catching perch. Sometimes he took only a mormyshka, which was motionlessly hanging in contact with the ground, and sometimes he responded to a sluggish game at the bottom with a slow short wiring. Often attracted by a ruffe, a fountain of muti, raised as a result of short strokes by the bait on the bottom. Mormyshka the size of a match head, sometimes a little larger, elongated, rounded. The bait experiments did not improve the bite, because a trifle quickly approached her.
Rotan No tricks are needed to catch rattan on a mormyshka. An average size mormyshka of gray or black color is optimally suited for its catch. The game can be played in different layers of water, depending on the presence of nearby underwater shelters in the form of algae, snags, etc. The direction of movement of the mormyshka is from bottom to top and top to bottom (rotan responds well to imitation of a falling food organism).
On small puddles-puddles, where a lack of oxygen can be felt already at the beginning of winter, rotan is successfully caught on small, 2.5 cm, spinners. The bauble hook should be large, No. 6-8. The skin of boiled or smoked chicken clings to it and falls into a place free of grass. The drilled hole must be cleaned of ice and wait a bit. Rotans quickly calculate the point of oxygen supply and collect near the hole. And do not lower the spoon to the bottom. I often tried to lower it – I was not caught. I play lure directly under the hole. Easy play is carried out with an amplitude of 3 cm; pauses of 5-10 s. Rotan, oddly enough, is shy. When fishing aground, you need to sit quietly.
author: Goryainov A.G.
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