is a bottom-dwelling omnivorous fish that eats both meat and vegetarian food, often feeding on mud. The water temperature that carp likes most is 15-20 degrees. If it is higher than 30 degrees, their appetite will decrease. Carp are very sensitive to changes in air temperature and water temperature. If the weather and temperature are not suitable, the carp will also be affected, and the amount of dissolved oxygen will affect the carp. The impact is also great, so it is best to fish for carp in the weather of about 20 degrees, sunny and refreshing weather, and when the water rises after rain, but it is not suitable for in hot or hot weather or with a large temperature difference.
1. Fishing position selection
The water temperature in spring is still relatively low. The fishing position should be selected at a water depth of about 2 to 3.5 meters in a sunny and leeward bay with grass, a swamp of a river, etc., and choose a nest in a sunny and leeward bay with dry grass. Do not deliberately go far. Seek depth, as long as there is a certain depth, especially when the sun is full, the water temperature here is 2-3 degrees higher than other waters, and photosynthesis makes the aquatic animals and plants here multiply and grow, which is very good for fish. It is a food source, where fish like to forage, keep warm, and play. In spring, carp also have the habit of cruising along the pond in the small pits.
2. Fishing tackle
Carp are timid, and when fishing with a hand rod, it is better to choose a remote place in the reservoir. Due to the terrain and terrain, the fishing rod with suitable length and good toughness should be selected. This fishing rod is sensitive in response and has a good ability to control fish. Generally, the fish will not escape after being caught. Use No. 2 for the main line, and a strong fishing line of No. 1-1.5 for the sub-line. It is advisable to use a float with a lead of about 2g. This kind of flotation force is moderate, which is suitable for both carp fishing and small fish fishing. It is a good combination.
3. Nesting skills
Carp are large in size and have large foraging movements. The main bait materials are coarse and scattered, such as distiller’s grains, potato grains, coarsely processed corn grains, wheat grains and other local bait. It can be put into the nest in batches, and it can also be put in separately with dozens of grams of rice and other fine bait. Reservoir fishing for carp is now made in a nest, and the effect is sometimes poor. When conditions permit, it is best to make a large nest overnight, and you can put in one or two kilograms of bait. For fishing on the same day, you should go to the water earlier.
4. Fish control skills Big carp are very cautious when they bite the hook. Sometimes the drifter is only seen from time to time, and the up and down range is very small. It is often mistaken for the small fish to be in the nest, but the big carp is hooked when the rod is lifted, and it is often thrown away. After catching a carp, you must first judge the size of the fish according to the feel on the fishing rod, and then decide the plan of walking the fish according to the judgment. The struggle and sprint of the big carp can generally last 5-8 or even more rounds. Always pay attention to tighten the fishing line and not let the fish have a little freedom until the fish is exhausted, groggy, and belly up. , then you can use the net to pick up the fish and land.