How to catch a current?
The old technique of catching on the current is called wiring. It is extremely simple in execution and refers to the active methods of sport fishing.
The essence of the method
The movement of baits (maggots, bloodworms, wheat, barley) is ensured by the flow of water: they swim in front, rising above the bottom, and the weights - a little behind. There is also a method of fishing without cargo. Such a move does not alarm the future catch, ensuring a good result. It is also important to try to eliminate interference in the course of the fishing line and bait with a sinker. Do not put more than a third of the fishing line on the water, in order to avoid unnecessary clings. The fisherman himself must perform constant pulling movements with his rod, providing free wiring.
At the end of the lure's way, the fishing line is strongly stretched, the float is almost sinking, immersed in water. At that moment, a pop-up bait is grabbed by a predatory fish, and a short sweep is used by the fisherman. This is the classic technique of posting or catching on the course. More materials on how to fish, read the section Fishing.
The role of bait
A great role in catching wiring is the correct bait of fish. It consists of a "dregs" - small particles that are far removed over the course of, and larger, retaining fish that came up. The bait should be in a small dose of those types of baits, which are going to carry out the catch itself. This is done in order to accustom the fish to the delicacy.
Recipe universal bait
Per kilogram of the mixture will require: half a kilo of soaked crackers or bran, 300 grams of boiled or steamed in a thermos barley, 100 grams of maggots. All you need to mix and throw periodically into the water in the direction of lures. But do not forget that the overfeeding is harmful to the success of fishing, and that after it for about an hour there may be no bite, as a result of the saturation of the fish. Then they resume. One small fishing trip (three hours) is usually a kilogram of bait.