Adapting and developing the tactics specifically designed to avoid the attention of weed fish became a key part of fishing my carp this year.
I was lucky enough to occupy his place on a small trade union, a 12-acre reservoir, which is not fished at least 20 years. Mass fish are not known, but the lake has produced numerous fifteen pound carp in recent years when he fished only occasionally by the owner and his friends. Rumor has it that the lake has one or two monsters… it’s hard to tell whether it really is, but many will have fun while I know!
Although I liked to explore the lake, I’m still quite early at this stage. In my first few outings became clear that there are all kinds of fish except carp proposed that, as it seems to have grown to a decent size.Sharandzhiite often capture presses, which can be a real nuisance. They develop very well in carp waters and can reach considerable size when fed regularly with pellets and other food supplied to them. If the bait continued to be inserted, that is easily accessible bait available, they remain active even when the water temperature is lowered. The lake holds large quantities of tench and during the first outings was hard to hold the line in the water! Although lowering the temperature and the true autumn feeling in the air, this little pest is very active. 48-hour trip is not uncommon to catch over 20 winepress! Although caught carp, I’m sure my chances to touch a larger specimen was cut from the mess on hooking and pulling presses. It became clear to me that should create a new plan. I had to be sure that my bait would remain on the stain for as long to increase your chances to catch these larger carp.
Larger Pellets And Bait
This is perhaps the most obvious method for screening of intruders, and can be very effective. I have used CC Moore NGage XP and Live System during my outings; Two types incredibly effective bait, but it seems attract everything that swims!
We often read about shrinking the fishing bait to catch smaller fish in the freshwater, but what then to increase the bait to catch them? Zoom baits from 15 mm to 20 mm will sometimes discourage vats, bream and crucian carp from taking the bait, but it is quite understandable, and I caught presses, bream and even carassio of 20 mm balls over the years. CC Moore finished pellets are available in size 21 mm, which should discourage even the fiercest fish, so add into the mix too. It will take much longer to break big bait, which should ensure that the bait will remain in the water for longer.
Double bait also offers greater bite that will stop nosy types. Two or more 15 mm or 20 mm pellets would be very tempting for carp. Two sinking balls and pop-up combination can be used to give a little stir in the presentation, but at the same time creating an almost impossible tidbit for all but the largest presses and bream. Leave space between the bait, beaded hair, is also partly discourage vats. It’s worth it if you have problems with small fish and have only 15mm balls.
In some circumstances, hardened bait may be needed to avoid unwanted attention and to prolong her life. A good alternative is a plastic bait, used alone or in combination with the usual bead. Enterprise Tackle series of artificial lures is perfect for this type of fishing.
The situation of power supply, you create can also have a direct impact on how will allow to catch a nasty fish. I know from experience that tightly pieces of food tend to attract scourge. I find that the competition for food created by tightly adhering pieces of food often create absolute frenzy feeding and bait can be destroyed for very short periods. Scattering food around, increase the distance that small fish must elapse between the bait-I believe this is key to reducing the attraction of small fish. In general, the smaller the fish, the less chances to have them moving between single spots. Big carp will eat instinctively over a larger area because it is a great thing. There is an additional advantage to spread the bait around. I believe that increases the efficiency of my montages when carp moves from one spot to another, taking self pieces of bait. After taking the bait, the fish will pick up and move to your next bite. The occasion will be stretched and the fish will be stuck.
If peanuts are allowed, then they will also help to deter unwanted species. Single peanut proposed over any food can be very effective.Sometimes peanuts will remain at the bottom for a considerable time, but eventually, as if he wished, the carp will come and eat it.There are plenty from which to choose: tiger nuts, Brazil nuts and ordinary attract highly carp, even when temperatures have dropped significantly, but not to attract unwanted fish species.
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