Coastal predator

Today, with a friend in the evening, we again decided to go fishing. In the afternoon, we almost do not get out, because, alas, the garfish passes us by, or maybe we are. Nevertheless, with the nocturnal bottom predators, our affairs are much better than with the pelagics. And here is another place in the country. We were on it not so long ago, and in general it showed itself not bad.
The weather, as in recent days, was warm, calm. And, to our great regret, if you believe the forecasts, the weather will soon change … so you need to manage to catch on in comfortable conditions. Today I used the following kit: Crazy Fish Perfect Jig 81-UL-SS, Black Side Riot 2500FDS reel with Seaguar Lure Edition PE X4 0.25 cord. I decided to start fishing with a small nymph Merega Trevaler Craw on a two-gram jig head Yaman Shar. The breakwater search did not bring any result, obviously there was no fish at a depth in the place of fishing. I proceed to the beginning of the breakwater and begin to cast along the coast. And here is the bite, the first powerful jerks, the stubborn monotonous resistance on further fighting, and the annoying descent at the very feet. It was a very good scorpion … Soon another one came across, but its size was much more modest. Also quite unexpectedly came across a horse mackerel, right under the shore.

Water Report: Coastal Predator

Water Report: Coastal Predator

The fish went quiet, walked along the shore, no bites. We return to the breakwater again, amassing to the Merega Tweezer bait, leaving the jig head unchanged. I caught one side of the breakwater – quietly, I’m moving to the other, the first cast, but the bait flies completely ashore, at a distance of a couple of meters from the water edge. At first I thought to exhaust, but then I decided to nevertheless make the wiring. And now, after a couple of meters of wiring, I get a very angry blow, the friction clutched, but the fish does not catch. I repeat the cast, and again a similar bite. From the first seconds it became clear that this was hooked. Vigorous resistance, massive jerks, the desire to go to the stones. But today, the victory was mine. And the specimen looked like 300 grams, so that it was possible to control its survival entirely.

Water Report: Coastal Predator

Water Report: Coastal Predator

It was very unexpected to see him so close to the shore. We continue to catch the coastal zone of the selected beach, and this brings a couple more small brushes.

Water Report: Coastal Predator

Water Report: Coastal Predator

At the end of fishing, we managed to find horse mackerel. The two-gram Yaman Shar was still the jig head, but the bait had to be changed to slug. There were bites on the creatures, but with absolutely no implementation. But the yellowish Merega BlockHead still brought a couple of horse mackerels.

Water Report: Coastal Predator

The horse mackerel calmed down, at this they decided to finish fishing. In general, the exit was successful. Yes, there were no distributions, each fish is labor, but nonetheless, the result is quite good.

Water Report: Coastal Predator

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