Sea fishing in Bulgaria do not need to obtain any special permits and flights to Bulgaria are quite inexpensive and fishing here can be anyone from Russia.
Fishing in Bulgaria can bring unexpected surprises
The waters of Bulgaria in the Black sea is rich in tuna, pelamide, lugaru, black sea mackerel. From the shore you can catch a mullet (or a mullet), anchovy, black sea gobies, haddock. At a little distance, at a small depth, pecks mackerel, palamu, saprid, the mullet, mullet, sea whore, sorgan, chernokov, Maritime language and Maritime burbot.
Locals boast that in the spring mullet are actively biting on the meat birds (chickens or pigeons like her more than the others), as well as not run out of shrimp or marsh worms. You can try to catch on each of the lures in turn that night to enjoy her tasty and fragrant meat. Mullet from shore in Bulgaria not to catch too difficult. But in the sea you can even catch a very rare species of marine life such as sea wolf or sea Fox. Continue reading
In a note to privodyatsya folk omens associated with the inhabitants of the sea.
About 15 hours before the storm jellyfish hiding in the rocks; tiny crustaceans called sea fleas, long before the storm leaves coastal rocks and climb away from the water.
But in Burma the fishermen don’t trust the weather forecasters, since the error in the forecast is costly for fishermen who go to sea far away. Therefore they always take with them in the boat Python. A few hours before the inclement weather Python crawls out of the boat and swims to shore. The fishermen only to hastily follow him.
Observations of fishermen and whalers show that the ability to react to upcoming weather changes have many marine animals. Dolphins swim in the shelter behind the rocks, the whales go away from dangerous reefs and shores to the open sea. Small crustaceans before the storm come ashore — away from dangerous waves. Continue reading
Underwater world conceals many mysteries, and the moon mankind has learned better than the bottom of the oceans. Blue in the water column live amazing marine life. The biggest, strongest and most poisonous animals live under the water and not on land.
Russian photographer Alexander Semenov spent hundreds of hours filming and documenting the lives of monsters from the depths of the oceans. Sea butterflies, marine worms, sea angels and many other inhabitants of the underwater world in today’s report.
He is a graduate of the Department of Zoology of the Moscow state University named after M. V. Lomonosov and underwater photographer.
Angelfish in the White sea, Russia. Sea angels is a type of gastropod shellfish. Predatory organisms that specialize in feeding “the sea devils”:
The lion’s hairy mane or Cyanea — the largest of all known species of jellyfish:
Marine worm off the northeast coast of Queensland, Australia. Continue reading