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Отдых и Рыбалка в Карелии

"Evgeny, good afternoon! Everything as always was excellent, have a rest wonderfully well, fishes caught too how many it was necessary, we will wait and miss now".

Evgeny, Topozero (Northern Karelia, Kumskoye), July, 2018. It is more than photo in a heading of Fotogallery.

 

January and February in Karelia are usually designated glukhozimy. On the street there are bitter colds to-40, and fish stays in easy hibernation. Light day short. This period - one of the best for catching of a burbot.

Burbot - cold-loving fish, the only representative of family the treskovykh living in fresh waters. The burbot is very widespread in lakes and the rivers of Karelia. In the trade way it is caught a little, snared seldom, however in the merezhakh - the frequent guest. The burbot comes across the amateur fisher's tackles quite often, usually - on a zherlitsa (samolovka) left for the night.

Catching of a burbot is simple, the tackle is artless. A piece of a cord with a sinker and unary hook No. 10-15. A nozzle - a live or dead small fish. Some amateur fishers catch a burbot on knock. In Kalevala, for example, such tackle was called "stukalky" (stuchalka). In fact, it is the same samolovka. Only the fisher freight actively knocks about a bottom, thus attracting a predator. More advanced fishers improved a tackle: before a troynichok put on a small phosphoric tubule which in the dark glows a fishing line, thereby draws attention of a burbot even stronger.

Come to us this winter behind the treasured burbot!