Today in the evening a sufficiently strong wind began to blow, from time to time thoughts about how to transfer fishing crept into my head … but nevertheless I decided not to change plans and already at sunset I arrived at sea. In addition, often after sunset, the wind significantly calms down.
I slowly assemble the kit: the Kosadaka Brave 183UL rod, the Shimano 12’Rarenium 1000s reel with the Varivas Nogales Dead or Alive Finesse Master PE4 0.3 cord. The first thing I decided to try to catch horse mackerel. I started fishing with the Yaman jig head weighing 2 grams and the yellow Merega BlockHead worm. I punched through different layers, experimented with wiring, but the horse mackerel did not show itself. Apparently, she had already gone to the distant cordon. But still before dark he managed to persuade a couple of bull-calves.
Then I proceeded to bottom fishing. I leave the jig head unchanged, but the nymph Merega Traveler Craw has now acted as bait. Recently, the fish is best manifested in the first hour or two after sunset. I go to the breakwater already tested by time and begin to catch the coastal zone. Brushes did not keep themselves waiting.
After another 15 minutes of fishing on the same breakwater, another bite followed, but the resistance was no longer scorchy, it was confident and very lively. It caught a humpback with its beautiful purple tint.
Meanwhile, the wind almost completely subsided. Surprisingly, today the fish showed itself quite actively, especially scorpion. Further fishing of the breakwaters always brought at least one capture and a couple of bites. The only “but”, the ruffs were biting very small sizes. The enlargement of the bait to Merega Tweezer did not change the situation at all. Sometimes even scorpions came across a little larger than the bait itself.
But still, I waited for another larger fish bite. The bite on the ejection, brisk and stubborn resistance with a screeching clutch, and alas, the gathering is already near the breakwater itself … There are no doubts that this was a humpback, albeit not very big.
And then scorpion, scorpion, and again scorpion. But the more time approached midnight, the more the bite weakened.
As a result, I managed to catch a little more than a dozen scorpenoks, a couple of gobies and one croaker. Definitely, fishing was a success. If in previous exits the fish had to be simply extorted, then today's bite can be called quite active. The warm southern weather is good, and I really hope that it will last at least a couple more weeks.