Difficult check out 13-14 / 06/20

The next trip for trout that took place a couple of days ago was probably the most difficult for this season. Downpours in front of him showers seriously raised the water level in all rivers, and some of them became more like mud streams than habitats of beautiful fish. The strength of the current has increased significantly, and the The One 160, a powerful stream rod taken with it, was just in time. He adequately withstood the wild pressure of muddy water, allowing him to catch the bait, both downstream and against it. Having hardly caught several target fish, we switched to grayling, which also didn’t peck too readily. Man-made spinners from Alexey Vyunov helped me to persuade intractable pestles and sailboats. It’s good that I didn’t forget to take them with me!

Reports from water bodies: Complex exit 13-14 / 06/20

Reports from water bodies: Complex exit 13-14 / 06/20

Reports from water bodies: Complex exit 13-14 / 06/20

Reports from water bodies: Complex exit 13-14 / 06/20

Reports from water bodies: Complex exit 13-14 / 06/20

Reports from water bodies: Complex exit 13-14 / 06/20

Reports from water bodies: Complex exit 13-14 / 06/20

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