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Preservation XF ("eXtremely Fine", excellent) The coin has very little wear of the most prominent small elements of the design. Usually, at least 90% - 95% of small details are clearly visible on such coins. Also, this category can include coins with more preserved relief and stamped shine, but with additional defects (deep scratches, spots, etc.)
In the center is the State Emblem of the Russian Empire - a two-headed eagle with outstretched and downward wings. Above the heads of the eagle is the imperial crown. On the eagle's chest there is the Moscow coat of arms - a shield with the image of St. George the Victorious, striking a dragon with a spear. The eagle holds, intertwined with the order ribbon of the Order of St. Andrew the First-Called, thunder arrows and a torch in the right paw and a laurel wreath in the left. Under the tape there are letters: on the left "H", on the right "G". Mintzmeister's initials Nikolay Grachev. Under the initials - the date of issue of the coin "1831", limited on both sides by six-pointed stars. There are relief elements made in the form of teeth around the edge of the edging.
The denomination "25" is indicated in the center. Above the number is the Crown of the Russian Empire. Under the face value there is the word "KOPEK". Below, there is a decorative divider in the form of two multidirectional curly lines and a small circle between them, in the center of which there is a convex point. Below, under the separator - the designation of the St. Petersburg Mint “S. ... . ". Along the edging, not reaching the crown, there is a wreath of laurel and oak branches, which are tied with a ribbon on a knot at the bottom with a bow. There are relief elements made in the form of teeth around the edge of the edging.
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Catfish fishing is shrouded in mystery for many anglers. This is explained by ignorance of the habits of fish and its food preferences. An effective way to catch the river giant is to catch catfish for the liver. Having set out to catch a nocturnal predator, the angler must know where and when to look for this fish, which method is better to use.
Catfish is a large and formidable representative of the freshwater fish fauna. Under natural conditions, it can reach truly gigantic proportions. In 2021, in the Astrakhan region, near the village of Zamyany, a trophy specimen weighing 200 kilograms was caught by local fishermen. In Astrakhan, catching catfish with a chicken liver is one of the most efficient ways to catch a night monster.
Since the liver is quite soft, it can easily fly off the hook. Often times the fish can easily pull it off the hook. There are several ways to avoid such annoying losses.
In the first case, a small piece of women's stockings is cut off, and a bag is made of it. We put the liver in this bag and tie it with a thread. This bait is used on carp and hair rigs. Or you can just hook it on a hook, as shown in the picture. It turns out a fairly voluminous nozzle, which a trifle cannot be knocked off the hook. In general, it turns out that the hook seems to sink into the nozzle. This method of attachment is designed for the fish to swallow the attachment. Yes, bites will be rare, but only large fish will bite.
Another good way to attach the liver is to tie it with a string. The first time, most likely, it will not work. But with a little practice, you can learn this simple matter. A simpler option using rubber bands. With their help, pellets are attached to the hook. Only in our case it is necessary to use slightly larger rubber bands. You can take children's elastic bands, which are used for weaving various crafts. They look like this.
Another option is to attach the liver to a # 8 tee. The liver is threaded through each hook and a secure fixation is obtained. In this case, it doesn't even matter how hard the liver is. We plant it so that the stings completely come out of the pulp.
When fishing for a chub, a rod up to 3 meters long is used. A section of a river with a fast current and with whirlpools is selected. The rig is thrown downstream. We catch with one rod, as we often have to change the place of fishing. Angling a chub on the liver does not imply a fisherman staying in one place. This is mobile fishing. It is better to hold the fishing rod in your hands, since its bites are very greedy and often the rod can end up in the water without supervision. What kind of rig is suitable for fishing a chub? Most often, a line with a thickness of 0.3 mm is used, on which a sliding weight runs. A leash with a diameter of 0.25 is attached to the end with a hook on a long fore-end No. 6-8. If a tee, then No. 8, and if a single one, then No. 6.
The weight of the sinker is selected from the strength of the current. It usually ranges from 40 to 80 grams. It needs to move slightly downstream. The length of the leash, as we can see, is rather big, about 60-70 cm. This is the optimum that will allow the nozzle to be fed as naturally as possible and make it mobile under the influence of the current. The moving bait provokes the chub to bite.
Chub usually looks like this. The rig is thrown at the perspective point. This may be a place with a reverse flow, where the water foams or the flow changes direction slightly. We threw in and wait 5-10 minutes for a bite. If it is not there, we throw it at one more point: under a snag or on a hole, and again we wait a little. We catch a place within 30-40 minutes and move on to no other in the absence of bites.
If a large chub has pecked, then after playing, there is a pause of 15-20 minutes. In no case should you change the place. Chubs prefer to sit in the same places. You just have to wait out this time and you can again count on biting and catching fish.