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Pike fishing in spring

Pike can be found in almost all of our reservoirs. This fish grows to a fairly large size and can have a decent weight: copies of 5-6 kg - a common thing, but sometimes you can stumble upon a specimen longer than 1.5 meters in weight up to 24 kg.

Rapid water predator does not attract, and therefore it always goes to spawn in quiet, calm backwaters.

At the end of March and April, when the water warms up to 6 degrees, the pike leaves to spawn, descending to a depth of 1 meter. And it is quite natural that after this the fish needs to regain its strength, so it starts to feed hard.

Fishing for pike in the spring is, perhaps, one of the most prey for the entire period of open water. The first decade of March is ideal for replenishing its trophy collection of these predators. Moreover, this period is characterized not by one active zhor: at that time it is possible to catch enough large trophy pikes, for catching which you need to work hard in the summer.

From the first days of March, not paying attention even to the presence of ice, the pike goes to feed. It rushes literally at everything: on wobblers, vibro-worms, twisters, foam rubber, turntables, live fish and oscillators, etc.

It is best to catch pike in the spring in quiet and warm, but cloudy days, when dark clouds tighten the whole sky, and it seems that they are about to be born of a torrent of torrents, but for some reason this does not happen. Around quietly and calmly, nature awaits a storm. These days are the ideal time for pike fishing in the spring to leave a hunter without a catch.

The spring season of the zhora, to the great regret of the fishermen, is short-lived, and by the very beginning of April the pike will be attracted to spawn from everywhere. Although after the biting is resumed, but this is a completely different pike, more apathetic and sluggish, which only in sunny weather will show the fisherman something remotely similar to the fire before spawning. But from the beginning of March the fish will be activated again.

In the spring of the pike fishing, as a rule, begins at dawn and continues until the onset of twilight. At this time, it is preferable to look for in the spawning grounds, since immediately after all the eggs are laid by the female, she has to spend more time next to her masonry. In fact, perch and even roach do not bend to taste fresh pike caviar, even at the risk of getting directly into the pike mouth.

In addition to the places where the pike spawns itself, it can also be caught in shallow water at the spawning grounds of crucian carp, perch and roach.

Since the females at this time already bear the eggs, this can not but affect their dietary preferences: the predator does not rush into relatively large fish at this time. Therefore, pike fishing in the spring assumes an exceptionally small bait: three- or five-centimeter wobblers, the same twisters, spoon-bait and vibrotails.

In this case, despite the active biting and still rather cold weather, the fisherman should not try to catch this predator with winter gear, especially - donka.

One of the most common ways of obtaining this fish is to catch pike on the jiggers, the device of which is known to every fisherman: it is a regular flyer with a string wound on it, and a hook on a leash.

Zherlitsa is a purely Russian invention, simple and witty, not at all popular in Western Europe. And since the rest of the predators on the jailbirds are rare enough, it can be called a purely pike shell.

It is fascinating to catch pike in the spring for spinning, when in small, very quickly bleached creeks the aquatic vegetation has not yet emerged, so there is nothing to cling to a spoon-bait.

In general, choosing gear for fishing, it is necessary to take into account the particular features of the reservoir. For example, on plaits with the same depth it is good to catch on mugs, but on an uneven bottom or among thick algae it is better to use spinning.

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