What bait and bait are used to catch crucian?
Often, crucian habitats become enclosed bodies of water, but in some cases it can swim in quiet backwaters of rivers. It approaches the shore when the water in the pond warms. You can ensure successful fishing using good baits and baits. (description of crucian carp)
In the summer, crucian tries to stay close to plants, snags and at the bottom. This makes it possible for him to get plenty of food in the form of snails, worms, larvae, and also such places will help to hide from dangerous predators for him: this is ratan and perch. He leaves the hornwort, especially during its flowering period. Feeds in shallow water. As soon as the weather changes, crucian lies to the bottom.
Types of animal nozzles for crucian carp
In food, crucian is moody. Therefore, if the reservoir is filled with the top, then for the nozzle it is better to use maggot or large pearl barley. You do not have to wait for a frequent bite. Crucian prefers bait in the form of bloodworms, maggots and worms. Large crucian carp is caught on a “sandwich” made of maggot maggots and several bloodworm larvae. The combination is subject to a maggot worm. Having planted 2-3 worms across the body, you need to close them with 1-2 maggots. When a fishing rod is thrown, maggots do not allow the worm to slide off the hook. Having acquired any animal nozzle, one must remember that it must move. If the nozzle is falling, cyprinids catch it instantly.
Likes crucian to feast on the larvae of the pen. The fisherman may well prepare such larvae by putting them in the freezer. As thawed, the larvae immediately come to life. In the heat, crucian carp can be caught by a fly or small grasshoppers, because it is a common thing when flies and insects hit by the tails of cows get into the pond. Crucian pecks from the water surface. Crucians living on forest dams enjoy a caddis meal.
Fishermen often use very unusual baits for catching crucian carp:
- Flour worms
- Bark beetle larvae
- Apple worms
- Wasp larvae
If we talk about plant tips, then dough, a bread reel, various cereals, steamed cereal grains, pieces of pancake, pasta and oilcake are used. Big fish goes very well on bread crumbs seasoned with sunflower oil.
Various types of gingerbread are very fond of crucians, especially honey. Oatmeal Hercules, pearl barley and semolina are suitable for porridge baits. Usually a talker is made from semolina. The pancake as well as pickled corn and steamed peas are the crucian nozzle. After steaming, the latter is kneaded and how the balls are molded from the dough to keep on the hook.
If it happened to catch on water bodies that are not visited by fishermen, then the bait may not be a store bait, but a mixture of crackers, oilcake and hemp. You can mix mashed gingerbread cookies - crucian loves them very much.
In order for the crucian carp to come up and stand, it is necessary to pin up places. You can attach millet or pearl barley porridge. You need to do this before sunset from a boat or from the shore to the place where you intend to catch.
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