What do sneakers catch in spring? When does the revival of cool start? Options for ice and open water gear, equipment, bait and bait.
Chekhon begins to peck even under the ice, often with bleak. Usually, the revival in the bite of this fish begins in late February, March. It all depends on the weather and the arrival of sustainable heat. Often during prolonged thaws, the Chekhon, as if sensing the arrival of spring, begins to be actively caught in various gears, where tackle such as "tyrant" or "garland" can become catchy.
Chekhon in the spring on "tyrant" or "garland"
This is a fishing rod, on the end of the main fishing line of which an undergrowth with several hooks and mormyshki is attached. Such tackle allows you to catch different horizons in the water column at the same time. This is necessary in order to find the level where Chekhon holds at a given time. If in summer there is no such need to look for a catchy horizon, then in spring this fish can stay under the ice both in the bottom layer of water and in the surface. A garland gear simplifies this task. The bait is bloodworm and maggot. A garland with bait falls under the ice, loaded in such a way that the equipment slowly drifts downstream, then slow hand pulls are made, making something like a smooth game with mormyshka and bait hooks.
Catching a sabrefish for a winter or float fishing rod
Someone, not particularly philosophizing, catches sabrefish on an ordinary winter fishing rod. The equipment is a tandem of two mormyshki, heavy below and light above, since fishing usually occurs in strong and moderate currents. Another type of snap-on for a chekhon is a summer version of a fishing rod, where a hook is attached, and a sinker is fixed above it, corresponding in weight to the strength of the current in this particular place.
Bait used light surface
The simplest of them, to which both spring bleak and sabrefish respond positively, is dry semolina .
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Catching sabrefish on a bombard, sbirulino
When the real spring comes with big melt water and spills, the chekhon begins to prepare for the spring course before spawning. As soon as the big water drops, the fishing begins for the Czhekhon spinning on the bombard, which is also called sbirulino. The principle of fishing is that a weighted float - a bombard - allows you to throw equipment, consisting of thin fishing line and light bait, over a considerable distance. There is no way to throw such a snap, in fact, located on the surface or in the upper layers of water with a spinning rod (czech shell for spinning). Only Sbirulino-Bombard allows you to deliver miniature silicone baits to the place of fishing flies on a hook. At the same time, despite the loading, the float is on the surface, drowning slowly or quickly. It all depends on the characteristics of the bombers and the type of fish this tackle is aimed at. To catch sabrefish, floating bombards are more often used. In addition to the function of delivering weightless bait to the place of fishing, the Sbirulino bombards are also a stabilizer to prevent the bait from making chaotic movements. Sometimes, when the weather changes, Chekhon goes to the lower horizons. Then they usually change the bombard to a slowly sinking float or a bombard equipped with a bow to change the angle of movement of the bombers.
Sbirulino bombs can weigh 15 grams or more, but lightweight and good flying data floats are more often used for catching sabrefish. Good aerodynamics and in the water serves for high-quality posting of lures. Usually, twitching is used in catching the sabrefish, where the bait moves with short shocks. Tackle equipment is a float, followed by a damper bead, and then a miniature swivel, to which a leash of fluorocarbon is attached about 80-100 cm long. Silicone baits from edible rubber on a jig head or Texas snap are usually used as bait. This is usually micro jig weighing up to 0.5 g.
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Chekhon in the spring on an elastic band
For mass fishing of sabrefish in the spring, more democratic gear is used. This is the gum. A rubber shock-absorbing donka is the most catching tackle in open water. However, before fishing, you need to familiarize yourself with the fishing rules for this region. There are spring bans, and restrictions on catching sabrefish.
The tackle is a piece of fishing line with 5-9 hooks (in spring no more than two) connected on one side to a rubber harness and load, and on the other hand to the main fishing line fixed on the shore. The technique of fishing consists in smooth pulls of tackle. The bait is worms and maggot.
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