In search of a night zander

Another outing for the night perch took place the other day. Recently, this fishing has fascinated me, you can safely go to the river after work, and go fishing for another hour after sunset.

Reports from reservoirs: In search of a night pikeperch

On a weekday after all their affairs, they decided to go to Kama with a friend. According to rumors, the water level began to rise, and on arrival we were convinced of this. Where yesterday it was possible to put an ordinary wobbler with a depth of up to half a meter, now you can safely put a dipovy.

Before dark, they tried to catch a jig, I had one weak bite on the Curly Grub twister, my partner had two contacts. As soon as it got dark, the pike perch immediately began to identify itself, but too far, it was impossible to throw wobblers over such a distance. And even a place to break through with a jig was almost impossible, since the battle was over the flooded island, with dense vegetation.

After some time, I have a small sudachok hanging without a bite, and he took almost under his feet. Literally 10 minutes later, a powerful bite in the meter from me, I just wanted to get a wobbler. This time the pike perch was obviously bigger, but it immediately fell off.

Reports from reservoirs: In search of a night pikeperch

Reports from reservoirs: In search of a night pikeperch

Reports from reservoirs: In search of a night pikeperch

Reports from reservoirs: In search of a night pikeperch

Reports from reservoirs: In search of a night pikeperch

Further attempts did not lead to success, to a greater extent it is associated with staying water. It remains to wait for a stable level of water, and again try to catch fanged.

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