Rains. It rained heavily this week. Everything is surrounded by rains: houses, forests, lakes, rivers. But even among a continuous strip of rains the rays of the sun sometimes slip through. And such a day has come.
In the evening I gathered gear and went to bed in the hope of clarifying the weather. Through my sleep I heard rain drumming on the roof visor, and the wind rustling in the night darkness with foliage.
The alarm rang between four and five in the morning. I wake up. He went out onto the loggia. Bubbles were visible on puddles that covered most of the asphalt near the house. The rain did not end.
I made strong tea, had breakfast, and decided that having crossed out another day from the fishing schedule, I would deprive myself of the pleasure of communicating with nature and vivid memories for long winter evenings. He put on Finntrail's waterproof equipment and decided to go. In order not to catch a cold and not to get sick while fishing, I put on a Forsage Thermal Overall fleece suit for my outfit suit, which I use the whole summer season for out-of-town fishing.
He threw the gear into the car, turned on positive music and after a couple of hours was on a small river. The rain was almost over by then. Only the wet grass and the smell of dampness reminded him of it.
I pumped up the raft and went down to the river. There was a little more water in the river, and it seemed a little unclear to me. I laid down on flippers and oars and soon found myself at the usual chub point. He assembled two ultralight kits: a Stinger Force Age Ultralight 602UL spinning reel with a Force Age NEO 1003 reel and a Forsage Nitro 8 Braid cord, which he used to catch most of the fishing, and a Stinger Innova 604UL with an Innova Ultralight 2506 reel with a Forsage Nitro 8 Braid cord.
The first thing that went out of the baits was the use of proven wobblers, but for some reason the fish reacted little to them. Having sailed a promising section of the river, I took micro-vibrations and sailed this section again. Winding the cord on one of the wires, I saw a flock of palm-sized perches accompanying the bait.
I selected bright color spinners in the box and applied microtwich – wiring with spinning the spinners. On one such post, the tip of the rod was bent, and I felt how it worked out jerks of fish. Soon the perch appeared out of the water.
At this point, I caught a couple of perches on the Lucky John micro-vibrations, then again returned to fishing on wobblers, but there were no bites.
I returned to catching on the whale and immediately fucked Bug from the “Russian Lure” underwear,
and then Micro – the dummy.
Ahead of me was a section of shallow water, so I removed all the spinners and pulled out light turntables. In shallow water there was a capture of several okoshka and carpitsa. Roach took the bait honestly and spotted his upper lip. This was my first catch of roach spinner from Larva Craft.
An hour later, I reached a promising chub section of the river and left various baits on it. Unfortunately, the chub did not respond to them, only a small asp was seduced by a spinner from Panther Martin.
In this fishing, I really liked the gear I was fishing for, namely the ForceAge kit. The flaky spinning system sent the baits almost at the end of the cord on the spool, while tingling the beardless hook with bleach and sharp perches of the perch were transmitted to the hand.
From fighting as a process, I experienced real pleasure.
Having sailed five kilometers of the river, I went ashore, threw a raft over my shoulders and went to the parking lot.
By that time, the wind had intensified and was constantly changing its direction.
I did not get in the rain and even caught a little different fish. Wonderful! Rain overtook me on the way home, but it was no longer scary. I took the risks and was rewarded with a great day that I spent fishing alone with nature.
Neither tail nor scales!