After sunset with an Egoist’s

Fishing at sea is good because you can fish almost around the clock. Yes, depending on the time of the day, there are some peculiarities in fishing, and, of course, it all depends on the season of the year, but at present, the fish bite all day and night. It was not possible to get out to the sea during the day, and as a result, my fishing began after sunset.

Water Reports: After Sunset with the Egoist’s

Today for fishing I chose the spinning Maximus Egoist-Z 662UL. Yes, this is not quite his path, but I personally really like him for some methods of fishing at sea. This is especially true of bottom fishing using various oscillating spinners and bullers. I decided to start fishing with a three-gram buller and a piece of edible. And when the second breakwater was caught in the coastal zone, some neat bites began. Another bite, hook, fishing account was opened by a small skorpenkoy. From the same point, after a couple of casts, another one of the same size comes across. A greedy fish, very. She wasn’t even embarrassed by the size of my snap, which in length was approximately comparable to the size of the scorpion itself.

Water Reports: After Sunset with the Egoist’s

Water Reports: After Sunset with the Egoist’s

Now, a lasker has shifted from the shore, and on the one hand it’s even good. Nevertheless, if crucian carp is active, then it begins to prevail over baits of any size, especially it interferes when you consciously try to catch scorpions and croaker. And today I was just focusing on this fish. Scorpenki pecked, sometimes the bulls slipped, but there was still no croaker.

Water Reports: After Sunset with the Egoist’s

Water Reports: After Sunset with the Egoist’s

A friend had a chance to catch one very interesting and rather rare small fish called a mistake. Extremely unusual looking and slightly nasty fish. Something resembles an eel, wriggling like a snake. Something just is not found in the sea!

Water Reports: After Sunset with the Egoist’s

I tried to enlarge on baits in the hope of croaker. It came to a three-inch cancer on a hinge of 4 grams. As for spinning, Egoist-Z coped with casting and animating baits of this size without any problems. Soon I received the long-awaited bite, but on fighting I immediately realized that this was again not the fish that I was trying so hard to catch.

Water Reports: After Sunset with the Egoist’s

Then he again turned to the buller. And when you catch the next breakwater, a very good mackerel comes across. And seized from a depth of about 8 meters, on the classic bottom wiring. Fishing was coming to an end, so we decided to stay a bit on the point and pay attention to this fish. Also, for more productive fishing, I had to decrease on the bait, I switched to the classic aging jig heads weighing 1.5-2 grams, but for my spinning this weight is quite comfortable for fishing. Universalism of the rod in such cases is very helpful. But the horse mackerel was biting much smaller than the first.

Water Reports: After Sunset with the Egoist’s

At 10 pm we decided to finish fishing. Yes, I didn’t manage to catch the croaker so much, but I did well catch the scorpenok and horse mackerel.

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