The article tells about how to catch Chekhon in different periods of the year. What gears are used for catching sabrefish. Which nozzles are best for sabrefish. How to properly tackle gear.
It is always necessary to select gear for catching sabrefish, taking into account the season: autumn, summer, spring. Starting from spring, until the insects fly out, the sabrefish is successfully caught by bottom gear, and a worm or maggot will be suitable as bait. In the autumn months, a spinning or running donka is suitable for fishing for sabrefish, baits are used as small as possible.
Catching in the spring at the time of departure of insects
Note that this period is the most popular among fishermen, because the appetite begins to wake up in the czhekhon after spawning. Zhor Chekhony begins in the first half of June.
Look for a cheshire is in areas near with channel depths that go into shallows, as well as in areas of fast and slow flow. Often, a flock of sabrefish can be found over sandbanks, as well as near islands where backflow zones form.
The nibbler nibble begins at the same time as the rise in water level begins. This is due to the fact that it is during this period that the greatest amount of feed is carried into the water from the shore. Note that during this period, the chekhon can even attack a small fish that falls into the stream.
It is important to know that Chekhon keeps flocks of equal age, that is, in one flock, there is always a fish of the same size and weight. If you plan to go fishing for a czechon on the Kama River, then it is worth noting that during this period it will be best to be caught on top or from a half-water. Also on this river, as well as on any other, where the sabrefish is found, it can be successfully caught in the wiring as a bait grasshopper or horsefly is perfect. For fishing, you should choose the areas where the boundary of the formation of a strong current turning into a calm one is located.
In the spring, the sabrefish should be looked closer to the surface, this is due to the fact that it is here that the water warms up better and all living things come to life much faster. Above, the sabrefish is best caught late in the evening, namely on the dawn, when the activity of insects decreases, and they begin to fall more often into the water, where they become easy prey for the sabrefish and other fish.
It is more convenient to catch from a swimming means. Tackle is thrown at least 20 meters, followed by a vacation. You should not count on catching a sabrefish near the coastline or a few meters from the boat, since the fattening sabrefish on the surface takes special care and leaves the feeding place at the slightest danger.
For fishing, a 2.1-3 meter long spinning rod or match rod equipped with a light reel is suitable. The fishing line should be used thinner, a 0.18 mm cross section will be an excellent option, you will definitely need to make a leash for which the line is selected several points less than the main fishing line section. The leash length is 20-35 cm, as for the float, it is recommended to choose an option made from a piece of foam or a goose feather. The cargo is determined individually in each case, but its placement is best done according to the scheme: half at the junction of the main fishing line with the leash, and the second higher at a distance of 30 cm. Hooks No. 4 with a short forend are installed on the leash, hooks made by the Japanese company are an excellent choice Owner.
Fishing Chekhony using long cast gear
Chekhon refers to very careful fish, the slightest noise can cause deterioration or complete cessation of biting, especially if fishing is carried out near the shore or swimming means. Most often, the chekhon keeps to remote areas in the pond, where it is possible to throw the bait only if the use of long casting gear.
A match fishing rod with a length of six meters, which is necessarily equipped with a light reel, will be an excellent choice for fishing. The tackle is supplemented with a thin fishing line (cross section 0.14-0.16 mm), the use of a leash is mandatory, a fishing line with a cross section of 0.02 mm is suitable for its manufacture. The load is determined depending on the capacity of the float, which should not exceed 7 grams.
Note that the load is located depending on what depth it is desirable for the bait to be. If it is important that the bait is on the surface, then the load is installed literally under the float itself or a few centimeters from it. It is important to understand that the smaller the load and the greater the distance to it, the longer the bait will lower to the point, and there will also be a larger lowering arc, which has a positive effect on fishing.
When fishing using light equipment at the time of biting the sabrefish, sharp cuts should not be made - this can cause the fishing line to break. Casting is performed in the direction of a promising place, but not to the point itself. To the parking place of the Chekhon, the equipment blows down the course, as a rule, it is not necessary to wait for a long bite.
Catching sabrefish with bottom gear
In the summer, at the same time as the sun sets, the chekhon leaves the upper layers and rushes closer to the bottom, where it continues to feed. It is possible to successfully catch sabrefish even in the coastal zone, but provided that the depth at the selected point will exceed two meters. For fishing, an 8-meter match rod is used, which is equipped with a luminous float.
The load is selected based on the strength of the current. In order to maintain the sensitivity of the tackle, several small pellets are installed on the fishing line with an interval between them of 25 cm. Chekhony's bites in the dark continue until about 12 at night, after which there is a lull. Fish activity resumes before flowering. It is possible to catch a chekhon from the bottom even during the day, but subject to cloudy weather and a decrease in the daily air temperature.
As a bait, a dung worm, maggot, and water insect larvae are used. It is always possible to attract a chekhon to the place of fishing using bait, the main part of which necessarily includes a small part of the bait used.
An excellent option to feed the place is the use of clay, in which scalded maggot or chopped worm interferes. Balls are made from the resulting mixture and lowered into the water a few meters from the point of fishing. Gradually, clay balls will be eroded by the flow, so that pieces of food will fall out of them. The smell of chopped worm is able to attract chekhon from any corner of the reservoir.
How the caught chekhon behaves
As soon as the chekhon feels the danger, she begins to fiercely resist. The fish twists the tackle and if the lead material turns out to be soft or if it is not connected to the main line with a swivel, a breakage or rapid wear can occur.
It is important to note that if the leash is twisted, then under the force of the current it will not be stretched in line with the nozzle and the main fishing line - this causes a decrease in the efficiency of the hook.
When plucking Chekhon, one should not give slack, as this can lead to the descent of the long-awaited trophy. In addition, strong and sharp jerks are unacceptable when fishing for fish; this can also cause a descent.
It is not necessary to force events with the hunting of sabrefish, if the fish tries to go to a depth it is better to let it do it, but it is important to constantly ensure that the fishing line is in a tense state. Despite the fact that the chekhon resists strongly, it does not last long, most often it is possible to get the chekhon from the water a few minutes after the bite.
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