Soon the ice season, and somewhere in the vast Russia it has already begun. And the closer to the north, the more reliable ice bound the reservoirs. But even in the middle zone of our country, in places they already catch on old people and ponds. True, the ice sometimes melts in the rains and again seizes in the morning frost. This is not freezing up yet, but a rehearsal for him. Nevertheless, it is time to prepare for the winter season. And one of the objects of winter fishing is Sinets, a close relative of the bream. But Sintsa is distinguished from bream by a diverse choice of depth. Unlike bream, which is kept at the bottom level, the blue bream can be found in a variety of horizons of river depths.
As you know, the blue bream often changes the horizon in the water column, sometimes at the bottom, then almost under the holes of anglers. And at great depths, searching for a catchy level can be long and difficult. Therefore, anglers adapted to catch Sintz on tackle, which at sea is called "tyrant." But there she works more on predatory fish. Here, the semblance of "tyrant", called the "garland", successfully works on conventionally peaceful fish. And the main plus of such equipment is that it allows you to catch different water horizons at the same time.
A garland is a snap, where on the main monofilament fishing line, most often 0.14-0.15 mm in diameter, mormyshki of small sizes are reddish or greenish. On mormyshka black or yellow spots may be present. But mormyshki with various bright mirrors of silver or golden color, which are used in catching perch on the first glaze, will not go here. Most often, the number of mormysheks on the undergrowth does not exceed eight pieces. The undergrowth is best secured with a fastener. This makes it possible to quickly change leashes if there is a break in gear or if you need to replace the leash with a longer or shorter one. Pre-mounted undergrowths can be stored on reels using the necessary undergrowth with mormyshki in optimal conditions for it, and they can differ in the number of attached mormyshki and the distance between them. Sometimes long undergrowths with the maximum number of mormyshka are not needed at all. This is all determined empirically.
The fishing rod for fishing on the "garland" can be the so-called "makhalka" which is used for fishing zander and bersh. This is a fishing rod with a hard long whip .
Why is it needed in catching fish that are peaceful and weak for hooking ">
Sometimes “garlands” equipped with unwinding mormyshki work better. Obviously, this is due to the fact that, unlike the bream (about bream fishing in winter), the bluefinch does not like to dig in the bottom silt, where bloodworms live, and more often feeds on bioplankton and other particles hanging in the water, which determines its habit of staying in different levels of the reservoir. The classic non-reel mormyshki work better, because they play even with the weakest movements of the gear, which is caused by their suspension angle of 40-45 degrees. "Devils" are also successful in catching blunts, but they have a bad habit of clinging to the edges of the hole with a tee when playing the fish. When the biting of the Sinz on unwind mormyshka becomes lethargic and episodic, then it is possible to hook one small bloodworm on the unwind. And the fascinating catch of Sintz can resume with the same strength.
Given the running way of catching Sintz, it’s nice to have a bag on hand in which the reel with undergrowths for the “garland” would lie. For catching the bluefinch, deep places are chosen, but there is no guarantee that the bluebin will be taken from the bottom in a pit more than 10 meters deep. But the "garland" is just designed for catching the sun in various levels of the water column, starting from the day and ending with the surface layer. And when there will be the first bite, then we can say that the catchy level is found. Sinets usually keep in packs, and fishing is often successful after biting the first fish.
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