Acceleration

Whoever said that, but catching night pike perch is something else that has nothing to do with day pike perch. It seemed that this or that wobbler worked perfectly yesterday, but today it will respond to silicone, and tomorrow to crack, and the day after tomorrow, at the point you have tested for years, you will not see a single tail at all! Perhaps that is what he beckons. There is no guarantee and a 100% working bait: almost always it is a big experiment, and it’s absolutely not a fact that it can end successfully. Yes, of course, some favorites are in the box of every spinning player, but sometimes this “fanged face” is really able to surprise with its preferences, and without a drop of experience it can be very, very difficult to understand. And that was exactly how it was this time …

Water Reports: Speeding Up

Water Reports: Speeding Up

Water Reports: Speeding Up

Probably, it really wasn’t worth changing anything from the last trip: The same spinning kit, the same set of treasured plastic, and, of course, absolutely the same place where the water level fell dramatically over the past week. Did this affect the final result? Definitely: Yes! Where predators pecked at a very decent size, the depths were no more than ankles, as a result of which the plan for further fishing had to be developed in the course of the actions themselves. This happens, and it is impossible to prepare for this in advance, because if all kinds of resources can predict at least some kind of weather and wind forecast, then the water level, unfortunately, is not. But to try according to the previous “scenario” was definitely worth it: The fairly well-known Combat Crank from EverGreen was quite expected to collect anything from the bottom, but not a fish. Wobbler new Wins from Kosadaka, who presented an unexpected guest in the person of night crucian on his last trip, again from the very first casts presents a bite … crucian! No, I’m serious! It would seem that “lightning does not strike twice in the same place”, but no, and again he is! Well, all right: they were surprised, we took pictures for memory, and we are reconstructed by the fanged one, certainly we did not go all the way to the crucian carp.

Water Reports: Speeding Up

Water Reports: Speeding Up

Water Reports: Speeding Up

I change the strategy of feeding the bait by fusing the wobbler to the farthest controlled distance and start posting: Slow, and very standard for such fishing, coil revolutions bordered on sharp accelerations, more similar in nature to typical twitching … There is the first sure bite! Well, that’s another matter! Neutral buoyancy of Wins allowed for a long time to leave the wobbler in the main stream, thereby creating a game for the bait with virtually no winding, and at the next sharp acceleration, a small fanged one again lands. Maybe try the same thing, only with Combat Crank? A few casts, a complete repetition of the focus with acceleration, which a couple of small gadgets eagerly responded to, and a sad understanding that the exit was most likely over and it was time to get home. Yes, it is possible that the size of the fish left much to be desired, but nevertheless this result is much better than its complete absence. In addition, at the next of the “last casts” I again changed the krenk to a small minnie, hoping to feel a bite, which is called “goodbye,” and I caught … Another crucian! Laughter, laughter, but I also never caught two crucian carp and also nocturnal ones, and all the more so on lures. It turns out that the pattern exists?

Water Reports: Speeding Up

Water Reports: Speeding Up

Water Reports: Speeding Up

Thank you for your attention! No tail, no scales for you!

Water Reports: Speeding Up

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