How to find a promising nonsense place?

How to navigate a pond to find a promising place for clowniness?

Typical pike perch sites, useful for beginner spinning fishers fishing from the shore.

Zander, as you know, is the most difficult fish for a spinning player. If the pike pecks artlessly, without requiring perfect wiring and color matching, the perch with pleasure attacks small baits, then the pike perch is a fish of mood. It is no coincidence that the purposeful fishing of zander is considered to be a top-class skill for a spinning player. The selection of the type and size of the edible, its color, the choice of the correct wiring and angle of supply - each trip starts again. Each fishing for zander is different from the previous one. There is a huge place for experimentation. One of the starting points of zander fishing is the choice of a fishing point. This is especially true for coastal jig, because when fishing from a boat with a good echo sounder and freedom of movement, a completely different specificity is observed.

How to navigate a pond to find a promising place for clowniness? First things first.

It should be noted right away that we will talk about catching zander after a spawning ban. The fishing of this predator during the spawning period is comparable to poaching. Pikeperch on nests is very vulnerable, and attacks any potential threat. This is not fishing, but violence against nature. The right approach is based on attracting the attention of zander in a food competition. It is generally believed that pike perch stands on pits, edges and rifts and the fishing of such places is the main condition for successful fuss fishing. However, when fishing from the shore, the described conditions in an accessible casting distance are extremely rare. In this case, pay attention to the following places.

Turn of the river bed

Both large and small rivers in places of turning change the strength of the current. There are coastal zones with virtually no current, places of water recirculation, leaching of the coastline. It is here that the fry gathers, and the zander grazes it. Posting along the coast will provoke a fanged.

Clay cliffs of rivers

At these points, the water erodes the clay, creating turbidity in the water and washing away all living creatures into the water. This turbidity attracts both fry and predator. Promising is the border of muddy and clear water. Depending on the current and the strength of the wind, it can shift, but it is here that the pike perch likes to stand.

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Waterworks

Bridges, locks, pipes - everything that causes a change in the strength of the current is of interest. Perspectives are points on both sides of the structure in places with recirculation of flow and standing water. Pulling along the coast from a strong current to a weak one, or vice versa, often leads to a vain attack.

Catch up on the chalk

Many perceive such places as successful for perch fishing. The reed perch is stranded, and the marketable zander grazes such a perch. In this case, the fanged one is at a depth, and the “through the corner” posture, from shallow to a depth, forces the predator to attack.

Bottom type change

The transition from stones to sludge or clay is often the parking point of zander. By the knock of the load head on the bottom, such differences are easy to determine. They should be given a little more attention, although in the absence of voles there is no particular reason to “push back”.

Each pond has its own special places for pike perches, their search at the points described above will increase the number of tails caught. NNCH.

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