Today, with a friend, we decided to get out to the sea early to catch the evening bite of crucian carp. But already on the way to the sea, I realized that our idea could be covered with a "copper basin". The sky was gradually covered with clouds, but somewhere far away it thundered violently. Arriving at the sea, I saw that the situation was very sad – already nearby the rain stood a pillar, and he was clearly moving in our direction.
As a result, they took refuge under the roof of the overpass and began to wait. We were lucky, the main cloud passed side by side, and only a small but prolonged rain passed. Then we moved to the breakwaters, but already the time was nearing sunset. Upon arrival at the breakwater, a cat also joined our company, which, with zeal, began to wait for our catch.
I caught on a gram jig head and a pink slug Merega Crazy Head. At first, insecure contacts with horse mackerel began, and as the night approached, the fish began to manifest itself more and more aggressively. And finally, the cat got exactly what she wanted.
Already quite at sunset, horse mackerel began to show itself even more actively and fishing was getting better. The cat, meanwhile, took away the first horse mackerel to the kittens, then returned for the supplement, the second went exactly there. And when the kittens became full, she herself decided to profit. As it turned out, the cat-mother was very hungry, and with great pleasure ate six small horse mackerels.
Soon we decided to walk along the breakwaters in search of scorpion and croaker. There was a wave at sea, the water is a little muddy. And in general, I really hoped in such weather to meet a croaker, but alas, all efforts did not bring results. Yes, and Scorpion did not particularly want to show herself. The crayfish did not work at all, only one ruff brought a small caterpillar with a tail of the Merega Bubble Slug-Mag.
As a result, having reached almost the very last of the planned breakwaters, I decided to postpone the venture with scorpion and croaker on completely. As a result, I knit a gram jig head again and put the yellow slug Merega BlockHead. And horse mackerel did not disappoint. They found a working breakwater and began to actively polish it.
We saw a couple of small garfish in the coastal zone, which suggested the next time I should pay more attention to iron. And at the end of the fishing, a rather pleasant horse mackerel flew in.
They caught a couple more breakwaters and decided to stop fishing. Definitely, it was not in vain that they waited for the rain, as a whole, the exit was successful. Yes, scorpion and croaker were not found, but they drove horse mackerel well, and, of course, fed the cat.