Sensory Organs in Fishes

Welcome to a new fishing report, today at PescaCosmar we want to inform you a little more about the sensory organs of the fish. It sounds uninteresting, but this is extremely important if you want to make a good fishing strategy. We have said it in almost all our species post, if you know your prey, it will be much easier to capture it. The main sensory organs of fish

Like terrestrial creatures, fish and other sea creatures count almost the same senses as we:

  • View
  • Hate
  • Smell
  • Taste
  • Touch

Notwithstanding the evolution and constant struggle for survival, it has endowed the fish with greater acuteness in the aforementioned senses, and has even given them other extraordinary senses. If we try to deceive these creatures, it is vital to be able to deceive their sensory organs , among which also they emphasize:

  • Thermal sensation
  • Sensitivity to vibration
  • Electric fields

How to tempt fish with extraordinary vision

The Sense Of Sight Is Usually The Sensory Organ In Which Fish Are Most trusted, it serves to detect the space around them, possible prey or predators nearby.

If a decoy seems striking you can approach it in two ways. If he has a voracious appetite and is a confident predatory species, he will attack without thinking too much. Instead if it is a suspicious species a striking lure would activate the danger alarm and ignore it.

Hence realistic and high-definition lures are more effective than lures of extravagant colors. The vinyls in this case are quite appropriate and very successful.

How To Tempt Fish That Are Guided By Their Sense Of Smell

Other fish have a tendency to judge their food by the smell it gives off. Blood has a particular scent that catches their attention even at long distances.

With these species it will be difficult to practice spinning or jigging, unless the area is kept barley or impregnated to the lures with special essences.

Usually, the fish that are guided by your nose, have very bad eyesight, so you do not need an extremely careful presentation of our bass line. Thanks to that you can resort to fishing strands more resistant even if they are not completely invisible underwater.

How To Treat Sharp Earfish

Species with good demand are often extremely nervous and suspicious. They do not like the rough waters and prefer to get away from the shores. They are solitary species, which remain attentive to any change in the area.

To try them, the most appropriate techniques are jigging with bullet lures and octopus tail, as they will feel safer attacking a silent prey whose swimming resembles a fleeing fish.

On the other hand the noise can be an incentive to catch the females that defend their eggs, since these they attack to any noisy fish that approaches the zone that they are protecting. Splashes and whistles are very effective, so a Popper surfacelure is quite beneficial.

How To Tempt Fish Sensitive To Vibrations

Almost all fish have a dorsal line very sensitive to the vibrations of the water, these sensory organs allow them to know the movement around them, detect if there is something towards them or away, at what speed it does and its approximate size.

Artificial lures from Microedu that generate a natural swimming and a strong vibration draw much attention to the predators, which is why the troll becomes the appropriate technique to tempt the fish unprepared on the way.

Advice

Of course, not all fish are the same, do not use only one sense, use several fish at a time and can mean an advantage or a disadvantage for the fisherman. It is you who must create an appropriate strategy and deceive your sensory organs, this way you will make the bait or decoy, seem like a real food that does not represent danger for them.

“We hope this entry has taught you something new, that will help you for your fishing days, we will wait for you at the next entrance. See you soon and good fishing.”

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