Winter baubles and hungry perch. The novelty worked !!!

The other day I soldered a couple of new winter lures for myself and of course I wanted to catch them, and the frost strengthened the ice a little. Of course, I went to the pond in search of a striped fish and this time I wanted to catch a larger perch and not those little fingers. A snowball has fallen, the ice is covered with it and I think the striped one will be less fearful. Today the perch was passive and did not immediately rush to the spoon from the approach, only after swinging the hole for 3-6 minutes he began to attack the new spinner. I liked the spoon itself with its game and the fact that catching a different-sized perch is good. Excellent fishing, testing was great and had a rest on the pond.


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