Summer is a time for fishing for many species, dominated by cyprinids. The palette of techniques for their fishing is reigned by coarse fishing. In addition to fishing with or without a float, anglers also go fishing with a water ball, and there is another interesting form of river whiting that is popular in England. Fishermen there call it trotting.
Every now and then, fishermen debate what flyfishing is and what “baits” are generally a part of this sport. We have reviewed some examples from domestic and foreign literature and provided views on the topic.
In summer, when there is a general heat and the water levels are small, the fish are under a lot of stress. They only feed early in the morning and in the evening when it cools down and there are a little more insects at the water. How to start fly fishing in this beautiful but “difficult” period?
During the rain, the fish are feeding aggressively. Moderate rain contributes to the presence of more insects along the water, and more organic material is introduced into the water body. This encourages fish to start eating more actively.
Fishing on small streams does not necessarily mean catching small fish. On the contrary: small rivers provide plenty of surprises and pleasures for all kinds of fishermen. In this short blog, we focus on fly anglers. One of the better-guarded secrets of the most passionate fly anglers is small watercourses. These are the places to […]
The terms are more interesting than ever before, including in the field of sport fishing and fisheries management. What do the non-native and invasive species mean, what is the connection between them?
Not that we would not be also in autumn, winter or summer. But in the spring there is a lot of fishermen in the water, so we need to make sure that our presence does not interfere with the fish spawning and other natural processes at this time.
Hydroelectric power plants are considered to be rather unproblematic for the environment. Is that true? Long years of observations and research reveal that this is far from the case. Hydroelectric power plants have many harmful effects on watercourses and people living near them. Many of these at first glance are not noticeable, as they are fully expressed only with a great time lag.