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How to catch big catfish
Catching large catfish requires a special responsibility and training. Each element gear should be checked and carefully adjusted. Despite the omnivorous catfish, the angler should not get involved openly rude tackle, otherwise bites can never wait. You can rod of the marine type, designed for catching large fish, equipped with braided fishing line and a strong hook. As for the coils, then the best option would be a strong and reliable multiplier.
The appropriate cap is the frog, also live bait works well, which I recommend to use a small IDE, sabrefish or Surat. You can use fillet and fresh fish. In the spring he may be tempted by the bundle of meadow with worms or Nightcrawlers. This fall they successfully caught on fish guts, pre-podkoptit them at the stake. They are firmly attached to the hook and attract fish with very large distances. Unusual showerhead, attracting large catfish, is an ordinary Laundry soap. Apparently the smell of fat, which it is made, so great attracts fish. Continue reading
Halibut, if You sobriete that take. Otherwise it pangasius fillets, idose in Russia under the brand name “sea language”.
Sea languages (Soleidae) are a family of fish squad flatfish. There are about 40 genera of Sea languages. These fish have an oblong, leaf-like body. Distributed in tropical and subtropical seas. Are relatively small fishes: 19-30 cm in length. Some species of Sea languages there are and the length.
Part ichthyologists believe the sole of the superfamily and divided them into two families: right (Soleidae) and left (Cynoglossidae).
The name Sole comes from the Latin and means “soles” due to some similarity of form of Sea languages in a Shoe sole. The term “sole” was initially used in relation to Ruth’s halibut, which was delivered from the English city in London restaurants. This fish was only the local nobility. Subsequently, sole and other species of this genus bambalapitiya having an elongated, leaf-like shape. Also, before he was called-eyed Maritime language, deep-sea language, etc. Continue reading