The most dangerous inhabitant of the Black sea
The most dangerous fish in the Black sea, living in coastal areas, is sea dragon, Scorpion, or snake fish. Small fish up to 30 cm long, with elongated body. Coloration yellowish with stripes sides. Bottom-dwelling fish. Buries itself in the ground. Sticking out only the head and dorsal spines full of venom gland.
I do not advise to touch. The poison of these fish causes extreme pain, inflammation, cramps. The symptoms of poisoning by this fish is similar to the Viper bite. If immediately not to accept corresponding treatment, it is possible serious complication, including paralysis of the limbs, loss of consciousness, speech, and in some cases — death.
The Scorpion, or marine fish, is from a family of numerous groupers. But the bogeyman. Big knobby head, on body brown spots and growths. Barbed needles full of poisonous glands. Symptoms of poisoning are similar to the sea dragon. Deaths but is not fixed yet. Continue reading
Fishing for large catfish and other big fish is a very responsible, and it should be approached with great care. All the tackle for catching big catfish must be tested several times and properly configured, otherwise none of what catch a big catfish can not keep speech.
If you even so dare to compete with large catfish . for fishing you certainly will need a sturdy rod. Easily fit the fishing rod for fishing for large sea fish or something like that, but saving is certainly not advised, otherwise the rod will break and large catfish miss. When
catching big catfish
the rod should be equipped with braided fishing line and a fairly strong hook. As the coil you’ll like the multiplier, but not cheap, and quite strong, reliable and powerful. Continue reading
Lupari (Pomatomus saltatrix) is a pelagic predator . living in the subtropics of the Atlantic, Indian and Pacific oceans. Lives in the Mediterranean and Black seas. Sometimes in the summer in pursuit of schooling fish and comes in the sea of Azov.
Lofar — large, up to 70 cm and weighing up to a pound of predatory fish. Appearance and color match the lifestyle. As with all pelagic fish, the back dark, flanks and belly silvery, fins yellowish, the water is barely visible.
What to eat lutari? Being a schooling fish, mostly hunts same schooling fishes such as mackerel, sardines, anchovies, etc. Continue reading