In Abkhazia can be enjoyed fishing. Freshwater fishing is the main place that the mountain rivers and lakes. If You are resting in Gagra, or nearby, you can go fishing on the river Bzyb. It is the deepest river in Abkhazia and in it dwells a lot of fish. Caught here the nase, trout, riffle minnow, and if lucky, you can catch a pike. In Abkhazia there are many lakes on which to fish will be interesting. In the lakes you can catch trout and whitefish. In the area of Pitsunda Cape is lake Inkit, it nourishes the river Bzyb. On the lake fishermen catch carp and carp. The nature of these magnificent places and You will get great pleasure from fishing.
Where I think the best for everybody. In addition to river fishing and lake in Abkhazia is rather well-developed fishing in the Black sea. The black sea waters of Abkhazia – is a great place for sea fishing. The diversity of the fauna in the Black sea is considered a much richer and better than in the Caspian sea. The most interesting and productive fishing is believed to be on the boat from spinning. In autumn you can gradually catch from the pier when the mackerel, it is more important, but gradually. At other times of the year from the pier caught a medium-sized, shallow coastal fish: fish-Scorpions, zelenuha, sea ruff. The Pisces-Scorpio are adivities, nevertheless its meat is edible. Continue reading
In different areas of Russia called the speckled hen, petrohol, spectracom.
It’s a nickname very well, because the body of the trout decorated with red, black and white speckled. Color and brightness depend on water and soil, food and even the time of year; during spawning, the colour is more saturated.
Speak for themselves names such as Rudd (this fish are bright red, like the feathers, fins), Chub (it has a thick head with a wide and flat forehead). But the Beluga, the largest (up to 4 m) commercial fish of the sturgeon family, it got its name by the color of the belly. In the Russian language as the name of a fish, the word Beluga is already known in the XVI–XVII centuries In the same “Story about the Ruff Ershovite” the Beluga is the name of one of the judges. (The phrase “roars like a Beluga” refers not to the fish, and the Beluga whale to the Dolphin.)
Freshwater fishes live in the internal waters, almost not containing salts. The figures on the left depict some commercial fish that live in streams, ponds, lakes and rivers. Continue reading