Best – known predator of our rivers. But how many fishermen were catching it deliberately? I am sure that not many. Yes, it happens simultaneously with pike, perch or walleye, catfish bait lured spinnings. Sometimes it takes Nightcrawlers designed for bream. As the saying goes, the deeper seated – the more difficult to obtain. It’s about catfish … So how do you catch a catfish it? And catch successfully and regularly.
First, you pick the right place. In the section of the river where the catfish is kept constant. Secondly, you need to catch the right time of day when the catfish is most active and prone to feeding. Thirdly, it is necessary to catch the correct gear and nozzle. And what is the answer to this equation? Soma should catch on the channel wells, at night, on the Donkey. Here is the answer! There are other possible scenarios, but in today’s post I will discuss this one.
On the river, a lot of holes. What a hole for catching catfish choose? Let’s face it, it’s better to find out from experienced colleagues and local residents. So how better to catch on the pit where catfish is precisely than the one in which you assume that he has intelligence … If not, take your pick. The deeper the pit, and piled up the steeper the better. Typically, these holes are in sharp bends of the river. Preferably the presence of solid clay floor, with a small silted. The presence of several old massive snags on the bottom only Continue reading
Buying gourmet sole, you can fall into the trap: instead of this tender and tasty fish sellers often slip cheaper Pangasius
Sole or European solea – a fish flatfish family unit of salts. He lives only in marine waters, mainly in tropical and subtropical seas.
Outwardly, this fish is very similar to flounder: it has the same flattened laterally body structure (only more elongated) and both eyes, like flounder, are located on one side. Sole characterized by relatively modest dimensions: its average height is 30 cm. The color of his scales – grayish brown with dark spots on the top and lighter underneath. Since the body of this fish is “dressed” in melkocheshuychaty cover, it is sufficiently stiff to the touch. And because of the similarity of sole with the shoe soles of the people it is called “salt fish” – from the word Sole, which is present in the names of flatfishes.
This inhabitant of the sea belongs to the category of delicious fish. Once upon a time it was only available aristocracy, and nowadays sole worldwide considered synonymous with fine dining. To us it is a treat brought mainly from Vietnam in various forms – frozen, fresh, smoked or salted dried. Vietnamese manufacturers are also made from sea language various canned and semi-finished products. Continue reading
Breeding fish in garden ponds or fishing for carp
If you have seriously decided to breed fish in a garden pond on his summer cottage, it is necessary to consider not only the size and features of your pond, but also the opportunities. After caring for a habitable pond it requires time and specific knowledge in fish farming.
Would you like to have a fish pond in the holiday for the sake of aesthetic pleasure, such as the Japanese carp (koi) or decorative carp? Excellent choice! During the summer, they are best kept in shallow waters at a constant filtration, watching their smooth movements at the water surface. A flock of goldfish veiltail frolicking among aquatic plants, will revive his presence of small decorative pond on the terrace.
In the large garden ponds wild-type overgrown with aquatic plants such fish simply get lost in the expanse of water, depriving you deserved pleasures of contemplation.
Another thing – fishing for carp or carp baked in cream! And if you’re going to breed animals in your garden pond is not only out of love for the beautiful, the species of fish listed above will provide you and then, and more.
For breeding in ponds on the plot often use two varieties of carp – silver and gold. Both species are very unpretentious, prefer well-silted ponds, because natural conditions feed on benthic organisms that live in the mud, as well as phytoplankton and zooplankton: duckweed, algae, daphnia and bloodworms. Continue reading