Catching a white cupid on reeds and other attachments
Catching a white cupid is enough processinteresting. This fish belongs to the family of carp. She eats at a temperature above + 10 degrees. The optimal time for catching this fish is spring or autumn. For fishing, you should choose sunny and low-winded periods when already (or more) heat, but there is not enough natural food for the fish. Catching a white cupid must be done using strong gear, because this fish is very strong.
She whips swiftly. If a white cupid takes a bait, then swallows it almost immediately. This fish should be cut with the help of a long sweep and immediately aspire to bring closer to the shore, not allowing it to turn around. If a white cupid can do this, he can easily go into a thicket or a heap of snags, where to get it is extremely problematic.
Successfully catching a white cupid to a great extentdepends on the level of lure of the place. It is best to feed him with corn for several days in a row. A little more than half of the feed mix must be thrown into the catching site itself, and the rest of it scattered within a radius of five meters from it.
Since this fish is herbivorous, it can becatch on a tender, young cucumber ovary with an inflorescence. The white cupid also works well for dairy corn stalks and aloe leaves (with cut thorns). Very good fish caught on a ball of silk - algae of a gentle green color with the smell of fresh cucumbers growing on the edges of the reservoir. These tips should be tied to the hook. A very good effect is obtained by catching a white cupid on a reed. This fish is also caught on corn and flavored balls of corn colored polystyrene. They are planted on a suitable tackle instead of boilies.
Very interesting is reed bait. But here it is necessary to adhere to a number of rules, so that the successful catching of the white cupid would be successful. Reed cut about a meter long. On the top of the stem should be young shoots and leaves. A white cupid, as a rule, feeds near the surface of the water. If the reed falls into the water, he sharply jerks his head. The main subtlety here is the correct supply of bait. Hook must be very carefully camouflaged in the leaves of reeds, and the line is wound on the stem a few turns.
Casting is done at the very edge of the reedsthickets, so that the fish has the impression that the reed has fallen into the water on its own. It will be best if the reeds remain afloat. Then the white cupid will show more interest to him. The less around an abandoned attachment of foreign objects, the more natural the cane stalk will look on the water, and the more likely it is to catch fish. For fishing for such bait use a tackle without a float.
When a white cupid is caught, one should observesilence. This fish is extremely cautious. That is why it is best to catch it for long-distance casting, so that the angler is at a considerable distance from the hook with the nozzle. If a white Cupid feels a danger, he will leave even the well-fed point and will not return soon. You should know that this fish is not too sensitive to the thickness of the line. Catching cupid is best for a feeder, a dead bolt or a donkey for carp.