Fishing calendar - week 28.
There are days in the summer in trout waters, when it seems to us, that the water is completely dead. They are sunny, on misty mornings with vapors and strong dew in the morning and evening. Then the trout hide in hiding places, none of which can get them out, even your favorite bait. A similar situation occurs in days, when the trouts stand by the banks and do not show their usual timidity. Both the fly is then useless, as well as a spinner or other spinning bait. Trout shows a similar lack of interest just before the storm. However, when it drops short-lived, warm rain, the water will come to life again for a moment. We use this revival for fly fishing. There are also such days, when fly fishing is ineffective. You should then switch to spinning. Anglers who have a well-mastered fly and spinning technique with various sophisticated varieties suffer the least from changing moods on such days.” trout. Therefore, we must always be prepared for various extreme situations.
A sunny and warm July in non-trout waters usually achieves at least medium-quantitative successes. It is good to fish on muggy days in July; the windy weather is not particularly favorable, however, versatile anglers can hardly complain of a lack of luck even then. The main factor determining the success is the knowledge of local conditions. Fish can be found on the electricity, especially in the evening and in the morning. It is especially worth fishing after the storm, in water with a significant amount of suspension. Barbells are very good at it, especially eels. Basically all species of fish are caught in dam reservoirs at this time.
During the holiday season, you can organize multi-day trips and excursions, combined with camping in the field. When staying overnight by the waters, however, do not give in to the temptation to fish with lures without a rod, that is on the so-called. outcasts.
Fishing calendar - week 29.
Unlucky attempts to catch trout some days, when the fish show a complete disinterest in our lures, will be rewarded on the days of their good humor, when they chase after food. Slightly windy days, albeit not very pleasant for fly fishing, during this period they are rather favorable. Evening fishing is especially good, just after sunset. We use brighter flies for evening fishing. During the evening fishing, we should always take into account the possibility of catching large and careful trout. In non-strand waters, usually not very favorable conditions in July periodically improve as a result of the water level rise and its turbidity after storms and summer rainstorms. All fish take well during this period, except pike and tench. Zander will start to eat well only after the waters have cleared. During this period, pike and zander tend to have an excess of natural food, therefore they usually ignore our lures. Pike in the dam reservoirs take it for a while; we search for them mainly in deep holes. Sumy, if they have recovered their condition after spawning, they take fairly moderately. We search for them mainly in free water (on the surface) and we catch them live using systems appropriate for catching catfish.