Jig from the boat. Everything is in the fog.

Again, a day off after a working day, and how do you feel like fishing for a jig again from a boat. He sold his small-sized one to the new owner of the NNCH, and I only had a 3-meter keel and now only she is my faithful friend. I’m going to a pond, everything is fine but overcast in the city, but at the entrance to the water everything is already in a haze, the sun begins to rise in the distance and the rays break through the gray sky, beauties !!!

Reports from water: Jig from a boat. Everything is in the fog.

Reports from water: Jig from a boat. Everything is in the fog.

While pumping the boat, I forgot about the stringer, lowered it again, inserted it and pumped it again. Of course, this is a matter of habit and soon everything will be on the machine. Well, the whole boat is near the water and on the road.

Reports from water: Jig from a boat. Everything is in the fog.

Reports from water: Jig from a boat. Everything is in the fog.

Again I headed to the old points where the last time I managed to catch the gnarl and perch. Immediately began to use a heavy load and decided to experiment with the size of the bait. Only that I did not and wherever I stood for fishing, eyebrow, navel, braid I did not see a single bite. It feels like the fish has completely disappeared. At such a moment, you need to stop, think and have breakfast, a small snack and again in a circle.

As soon as the sky cleared and the sun began to shine, bites of fish began. At first, a mocker came up from a clay navel, then a mocker from a scythe at a depth of 8 meters, a perch rarely jumped. In general, the bite became more active, but the fish had to be persuaded for a long time to attack the bait, changing its position and shifting constantly.

Reports from water: Jig from a boat. Everything is in the fog.

Reports from water: Jig from a boat. Everything is in the fog.

Reports from water: Jig from a boat. Everything is in the fog.

Reports from water: Jig from a boat. Everything is in the fog.

I found a very promising relief, for example, there is a 4-meter edge, then a table about 7-8 meters wide, and again a 9-meter dump. Here, the point at the end of the table in front of the dump in depth was very interesting, it was also used to catch an average-sized gobble. Such places must be entered in GPS and in the winter try to catch them on balancers, the places are very interesting. Even on a lake where everything seems to be already known, sometimes there are such hidden places. As for the lures, these were Sprut Kagami in the sizes of 70 and 90 mm, of course, there were a lot of tweaks and pulls for the large size, but I wanted to understand how the fish will respond to this size now at the end of summer. I mainly catch 70 mm and often it brought a catch, because the fish in the summer are not as active as in autumn or spring.

Reports from water: Jig from a boat. Everything is in the fog.

Reports from water: Jig from a boat. Everything is in the fog.

Reports from water: Jig from a boat. Everything is in the fog.

Reports from water: Jig from a boat. Everything is in the fog.

There were no big catches, but they managed to catch, to get pleasant sensations from the fight. He didn’t catch for a long time and after collecting the boat he headed home.

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