Tench fish (Tinca) is the representative of the carp family that was once actively bred in our country for commercial purposes. Thanks to its juicy, slightly sweetish meat, it was deservedly considered a royal fish. Today people prefer to fish on it mainly on the shores of natural reservoirs – lakes, reservoirs, river bays – or in a pond in the country. These fish with beautiful small scales are kept in large aquariums just to admire. And in order to breed, and feed the tench fish on a fishing trip, it is important to know when and what tench eats.