The situation in the nearby reservoirs is rather sad, in some reservoirs this year there was an oversight, and some are simply very overgrown. And as a result, only one promising reservoir remained near my house, but there was another problem on it – the rest. And here the lingering heat finally broke the heavy downpour. As a result, the lake was pretty empty, only the most persistent remained. I was very pleased with this situation, and in the evening I went to drive a little perch. Today I used the following kit: a Ticr Sram JSR-76ss rod and a Shimano 12’Rarenium 1000s reel with a YGK G-Soul Upgrade x4 0.25 cord.
On arrival, the weather was quite cloudy, a light wind was blowing. And finally, there is no one on my favorite beach, and I can easily catch it. Catching decided to start with the blue creature Merega Zokku. The second throw, a neat bite, cutting, and then brisk resistance, the account is open.
No more poklevok, I decide to run through the nearby places and quickly catch them. This time, the red worm Merega Vermes made a bait. This bait just proved to be excellent as a “search engine”. Quick wiring with flips and short pauses. In the end, for half an hour I manage to persuade a couple of okushkas, and also get about five bites and one cut.
Meanwhile, the sky was cleared of clouds, the sun peeped out and began to warm. Immediately on the lake came a few cars with people intending to buy, but they stopped on the opposite side of the lake, so besides screams did not bother. In the meantime, I became a little bit heavier and began punching dalnyak on the lilac Merega Bubble Slug-Mag. I didn’t believe in the venture, as I used to catch all the fish only when fishing coastal thickets literally 3-5 meters from the shore, and here it’s 20-30 meters. On the first cast, after 3 meters of wiring a bite occurs, I didn’t believe it at first. Again, a throw, and flies a nice Okushko.
And it went. Over the next half hour, the point brought me seven more decent striped ones. The most interesting thing is that all perches are bigger, they came across exactly on Bubble Slug-Mag, and there was a trifle about other baits.
And suddenly the biting turned off, and perhaps just a pike came to the point, but now she refused to peck. He continued to walk along the shore, and it would seem that evening, sunset, it was time for the predator to bite, but no distributions and exits were noticed. All the time, only a trifle pecked; five striped sporty cozied up on Merega BlockHead and one big bug on Bubble Slug Mag.
Soon I decided to finish fishing. Definitely, today's rain helped me to fish in peace. I will not say that the perch was capricious today, but I will not name it as active either. Good fishing.