Greenling is a sea fish
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Its length: up to 62 cm; weight: up to 1.6 kg. The fish inhabits the Bering Sea, the Sea of Japan. The Sea of Okhotsk with the adjacent waters of the Pacific ocean and the northern part of the Yellow Sea. Currently, stocks of this species in most areas are at a low level due to systematic overfishing.
A greenling lives in the coastal regions of the south of Kamchatka, Hokkaido, Korea, Sakhalin, near the Kuril, the Commander and the Aleutian Islands, in the waters of Primorsky krai.
The largest numbers of individuals are observed in the area of the Northern Kurils and in the South-Eastern waters of Kamchatka. Here, fish are taken on a commercial scale. It feeds on bottom-dwelling animals. Fry and carrion, grows to an average of 50 cm, lives on rocky coastlines, in shallow bays.
Fishing for greeling is conducted from Kamchatka to the Far East and the southernmost Kuril islands of Iturup and Kunashir. It is quite easy to catch greeling in the coastal waters, including boat fishing, as well as, wade fishing.
Sea fishing for greeling
For this type of boat fishing, you will need a rod length from 2 m to 2.2 m. and test 40-60 grams. Multiplier or inertial reel. In addition, using such tackle you can catch not only a large trout, but also navaga, sea bream, flounder and bullhead, it’s better to use fixed-spool reel for catching small fish, in view of the fact that you have to fish at shallow depths and often make long-distance casts.
Fishing for greeling will be very interesting affair for experienced fishermen, and for those who are just starting to make their first steps in fishing.