Who is Rudd and how to catch fish
The Rudd can be found in lakes, rivers and artificial reservoirs. The habitat of this fish in the shallows, in the grassy areas of the reservoir. Way of life at redfin, as a rule, settled. Spawning it occurs at water temperatures of 16 to 18 degrees to the small grassy plots. This fish eats slugs, shoots of algae and other aquatic «horror stories».
The Rudd can reach up to 600 g Caught her in a fishing rod mostly of canes. As an attachment you can use small balls of semolina, maggots, caddis flies, moths, small pieces of worm. Caught Rudd in the upper layers of the water, but in bad weather it is possible to catch in deeper areas. To accurately throw the nozzle and thus to avoid the hook leads for the grass, make the rod shorter line. Also, in some cases, you can use a jig instead of a hook.
When catching fish, the hook needs to be zatsepistye, sharp and small. The float is better to choose the pen. The thickness of your fishing line should be no more than 0,1-0,15 mm. The rod length should be no more than 3 meters and it should be easy.
The best season for catching redfin is considered early in the morning. The fish in this time examines the boundaries of the algae. It should also be noted that Rudd fish cautious and, hearing a noise, immediately goes on the more distance on your cast.
It is very difficult to catch a big Rudd from the «window». Therefore it is necessary beforehand to prepare and calculate 3 or 4 Windows before the start of the fishing. Knots, snags and algae will also need to remove.
Fishermen who know all the habits of the fish, proceed as follows. As this fish in warm weather likes to hide under the Lily pads, they carefully put on one of the leaves the nozzle, and then over time pulls her into the water. Typically Rudd shortly after her enough.
Rudd caught in winter in the frozen reeds at a depth of about 0.8 to 1 meter. With such fishing using copper jigs on which to skewer the larvae burdock moth or the moth. The slow lifting of the jig, Rudd taken 10-15 cm from the bottom edge of the ice.