The area. Gurnard, Trigla (Trigla) is a demersal species . inhabiting the seas of temperate and tropical zones of the World ocean. In the Black and Azov seas there are several types trigly meeting with which have in recent years become increasingly rare.
Looks like? The name of a fish — gurnard — speaks for itself. Trigla looks very colorful. Motley, which includes almost all colors of the rainbow coloring, widely splayed, like the wings of a bird of Paradise large pectoral fins with long “fingers” — probes, huge eyes on a large head make it absolutely fantastic inhabitant of the seabed. If we add to this numerous bone plaques on the head, sides and back, will understand why first saw this fish I’m afraid to even touch it, mistaking it for some kind of “dangerous sea monster”. The sea cock is not very large, and rarely its weight is over 2 kg.
What to eat? The power is all bottom animals from crabs to small fish which can be caught of the sea cock during his leisurely survey of the bottom sediments. For all its “decorativeness” Trigla, however, is fantastically quick and can make lightning throw, overtaking the fast and nimble prey.
Reproduction. Spawning occurs in the warmer months and is pelagic in nature — caviar vymatyvayutsya in talavadi where drifting and under the power of currents.
The fishing time. All kinds of this fish are delicious and nutritious meat, making them desirable prey of the Fisher. In the oceans trigly is a valuable commercial fish. For various reasons, mostly anthropogenic in nature, today the fishing of this fish in the seas washing the shores of the CIS, in most places it is forbidden. Especially we quickly disappears in the Azov and Black seas, although so far it’s caught on bottom tackle from a depth of 10-50 m.
During successful fishing on this peculiar inhabitant of the sea, can make a very interesting photo material, after processing, you can print a booklet that is replete with vivid pictures and seascapes and the marine roosters, as their brilliantly colored not one angler will not leave alone.