Night access to the sea. Today I set off to catch horse mackerel, and I also wanted to check a couple of breakwaters for slabs or scorpions. Finally, at sea the situation has become more or less stable, fish bite everywhere, but in most cases very small sizes.
At sea, I arrived at about midnight. Today I discovered that I still had a full and unpacked pack of SPRUT TAIRO worms in MGR-UV. In general, in conditions of freshwater fishing for microjig, I almost did not use this bait. Repeatedly there were some attempts to put it, but the result was extremely unstable. But going to the sea, I took it with me for a reason, it seemed to me that it was on the pelagic that this bait should prove itself. The worm has a thick body and a thin, very mobile tail, and in combination with the right horse-drawn color, the bait can have a great future. But this was the first test, and overall the result was expected. From the very first casts of bite and capture, but horse mackerel was quite active today.
Then I decided to try to catch a longer distance and greater depth. I hung a jig head weighing under 2 grams and proceeded to fishing. The orange light-accumulating SPRUT KANTO STRONG was the bait. And, undoubtedly, it brought a certain result. There were fewer bites, but the size of the mash was slightly increased.
Having caught about 2 dozen horse mackerels, I set about searching for croaker and scorpion. He put the pink SPRUT AMAYA on a one and a half jig jig head and set off to catch breakwaters and rocky places. And after 20 minutes I get the first bite, and immediately felt that something was not the smallest. At first I thought that a small crock flew in, but it turned out to be a thick scorpion. The massive two-inch crayfish in her mouth seemed simply miniature.
Further fishing of two more breakwaters brought only one small scorpenk, and also someone pinched the bait a couple of times.
Then he decided to return to horse mackerel again, but larger specimens have already disappeared somewhere. I tried to get heavier, experimented with baits, but still the size was small. The only good news was that this little thing pecked quite actively.
In general, the output came out rather short, but saturated. A lot of differently sized horse mackerel, and, of course, the beautiful scorpion. By the way, so far this year this is my largest caught scorpion. I pay a lot of attention to her fishing on my fishing trips, but with the size most often I am not lucky. So we can say that today fishing was with a small trophy.