Morning – departure from the place of stay to Teriberka or Ura-Guba for fishing in Murmansk. Arrival at the designated berth. Preparing for fishing, checking equipment. Departure for fishing.
In winter, halibut and flounder are excellently caught in these parts. From spring to late autumn, pollock, haddock, catfish, and sea bass bite well. Cod is most common off the coast. She is better caught during high tides. Most often, schools of these fish come across on the sandbank.
The winter cod fishing season ends in February. Then the fish goes to spawn. Halibut fishing is also common on the Kola Peninsula. There is a blue-brown fish species here. Large specimens have delicious white meat. It only adds to the joy of mining. This predator does not go in packs. Halibut prefers a smooth sandy or pebble bottom. But the rocky bottom is not to his liking.
Experts say that the deeper the place, the greater the chances of pulling out a large halibut. You should first prepare the tackle. They must have strong line up to 300 meters long.
Fishing usually takes 4 to 8 hours depending on weather and daylight hours. Return to the port. Transfer to Murmansk.
IMPORTANT: Most boats provide fishing gear. If the tackle breaks, a penalty equal to the cost of the tackle will be charged. Some species of fish, arthropods and molluscs are listed in the Red Book. Fishing is strictly prohibited!