I’ve been zander fishing for as long as I can remember and I have tried an infinite number of techniques. I fish with both live bait and artificial lures. Let’s start with the artificial lures. This type of fishing is possible all year round – you just need to adjust your point of view depending on the season.
I had been thinking about going to the Ebro river in Spain for some time and this year, finally, my secret dream came true and I got to visit this legendary place. I don’t really have to introduce this river to anyone. Most anglers have surely heard about the huge catfish population that has taken a liking to the climate
In Spain you can fish for zander all year round. It all depends on the technique you choose. Early spring is a time to let the lure sink slowly and reel it in leisurely. However, I get the best results when water temperature hits 10 degree. In Spain this is much earlier in the year than in Poland. We can
Ebro River, Spain. Record fish of many species are caught here every day. After six straight days of battling catfish in the scorching heat it’s time to end this extreme tug-of-war. We packed up the camp and we’re ready to go to a new place. The carp fishing team promised to bait the fish we need to test out new
The EBRO River… It would be hard to find a better place in Europe where in a short amount of time you can face off against record catfish, carp or zander. There is also a chance of running across the legendary black bass or a really big perch! At the beginning of September I had the pleasure of participating in