Recently, I began to refuse more often a quick search for distributions, well, or just active perches, training selection of keys. In my opinion, this is very useful for competitions when the fishing zone is very limited and the best places are already taken. And in general it’s nice to have in the tool box not only a hammer and a saw, but a dremel, a jigsaw, a screwdriver …
This report is one example of such training. I drive up to the water and get up at the least distance from the car, the main thing is the presence of at least some kind of fish. I start with a comfortable 2g and postings along the coast, then I feel for a gentle brow. I sort through the postings from strong explosions on one revolution, to dragging along the bottom. No contact. It would seem necessary to move on, but it will be on some other fishing. I’m reducing weight – I catch two perches and that’s all, you need to continue searching. I increase the weight and catch pike on strong explosions, then right on the shore – the second, on the drag – a ruff. Then, on a drag with pauses, two more perches and a ruff come across. Not a single posting gives a stable result, you have to sort out the master keys to open the next door, and after it the next one … By the way, I change baits much less often than postings, usually changing them does not give a stunning result :]
So it would seem that in a fish-free place, I’ve got quite a good result in a half hour at sunset. Of course, I have little experience in this matter, so I will be glad if someone shares their observations.