Many believe that catching carp in January is unrealistic, this fish sleeps in the winter buried in the mud. But it is not so, well, Yes, carp can and in the mud to dig, and just stand still, but all this is not to say that catch carp are not worth it.
Definitely worth it, and the fish is quite good and can take even in January. Of course, it, like any other fish, afraid of extreme cold and oxygen deprivation, but there are times when the fish comes out to feed. Without food all winter no fish can live, so sooner or later a fish will come to feed.
Where to catch carp in January
Carp can be fished quite successfully, if it is correct to find a Parking place and to choose the right bait. In January the carp tries to stay in areas with sandy day, on the muddy bottom of the fish it becomes difficult to breathe, as in places less oxygen during severe frosts.
Carp was forced to leave the place, rich in aquatic vegetation, as it is in winter, starts to decompose and releases a lot of carbon dioxide, which complicates the life of the fish. Carp from these places begins to move in snags, and especially a good pit, where there are snags. We have not decomposed reeds also carp can stand there with oxygen all right, and enough food, so the carp tries to stick to those places.
Tackle for carp fishing in January
Bobber or jig with a nod?!
To catch winter carp on the float rod or celkovou. But when you consider that in January, the fish activity is much higher and worse she reacts on a stationary bait, with a float snap-in can not be taken seriously. Immediately you should go to celkovou tackle.
For carp you will need a very sensitive rod with a small reel with a small flexible whip. Rig this bait is good sensitive with a nod, and a nod must be such that its length is freely adjustable.
Put the fishing line is extremely thin, because he gets scared when he sees a thick fishing line. The best option is monofilament with cross-sections from 0,1 to 0,12-five millimeters. The thicker set is not necessary, thinner and not going, breaks a lot.
Jig, hook and bait
As bait, put a small jig, such as a drop, osinka or something like that. For catching carp in January, it will be good if you apply as bait or bloodworms small red worms.
The technique of catching carp in January
The right game is the key to a good biting of a crucian in January:
- Dip a slow jig with bait on the bottom, wait a few seconds and start raising slowly, shaking her gently with a nod.
- Lift the jig about 15 inches and again wait for a small pause.
- Then again, you need to lower the bait to the bottom, wiggle on the bottom of it to a little turbidity rose. After a short pause, lift the jig a couple of inches from the bottom and wiggle a bit.
- If it doesn’t bite, repeat the procedure again.
How to distinguish a biting of a crucian
The bite from carp are very weak, be careful not to miss. Carp usually just stirs a nod, or lift it gently upwards. At this time, it is necessary to strike sharply pull the hand, if the cutting is not passed, then continue on the game without interruption. And if you understand that after hooking a fish on a hook, then start slowly get, do not make sudden movements.
Carp are usually in the winter not much resists. Strong resistance may have only a large specimen, but such in January is very rare to come across.
Useful tips for catching carp in January
To fishing was successful, the hole in which you catch, you need to regularly lure. For this fit the ready mix, which is sold in fishing stores. To the mixture add a little feed bloodworms to lure more effective. Many foods do not pounce into the hole, so as not to overfeed the fish. The carp in this time, metabolism is poorly developed, so much poop he doesn’t need, he quickly eats and leaves. For this reason, overfeeding is not advisable.
To catch January’s carp should be in cloudy weather, as if a high cloud is usually warming. A carp caught in January just in time for warming in the cold it is in deep hibernation. The best time for fishing is before lunch, but if the weather is warm, he can take throughout the daylight hours.