Fishing before the weather changes

The last days in Sochi there was a very warm and calm weather. As far back as last year, at that time in the Urals, I was already closing the season in many reservoirs, then there are no plans to close it yet. And in general, probably, as such, the closing of the season will definitely not be. But, alas, forecasts for tomorrow promise cooling and rains. Perhaps this is for the best, the water will cool, the lagoon will be activated.
Today, with a friend, we decided to make an evening fishing trip. 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.
In general, today I wanted to catch smarida, since this fish had already shown itself on the last fishing trip. Yes, it was a little, but the main thing was. Anyway, this is generally my first little thing in my life, so fishing for this fish was especially interesting for me. I started fishing from the jig head Yaman a ball weighing 2 grams and the worm Merega BlockHead. Literally after a couple of casts, I am leaving zero, but I didn’t get a smack at all, but a small caress. I did not expect to meet him at all.

Reports from Ponds: Fishing before the Weather Change

The beginning, as often happens, was promising, and then 1.5 hours of rinsing the rubber. There were bites, but rare, and for some reason my implementation suffered. As a result, he still caught one pretty little size fish all on the same bait already before sunset. And the sunset was very beautiful.

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Reports from Ponds: Fishing before the Weather Change

Reports from Ponds: Fishing before the Weather Change

After sunset, personally, my things went significantly better. I switched to searching for more horsemanship and croaker. The bottom of the fishing spot is rocky, which is fraught with cliffs. But for this purpose, inexpensive Yaman’s jig heads are in store for me. So fishing, despite the cliffs, goes without a lot of cost. Meanwhile, a couple of scorpions managed to persuade a piece of Marukyu rubber, and one on a Merega Tweezer creature. The jig head is still used in a weight of 2 grams.

Reports from Ponds: Fishing before the Weather Change

Reports from Ponds: Fishing before the Weather Change

Next went to the crab Marukyu. On one of the last fishing trips, he showed himself very, very well. The scorpion was the first to respond to the bait.

Reports from Ponds: Fishing before the Weather Change

Five more minutes of fishing, and more confident bite off the coast, and brisk resistance immediately began. They managed to park the fish quickly enough. I got a humpbacked fish, albeit small, but always catching this fish somehow warms the soul in a special way.

Reports from Ponds: Fishing before the Weather Change

Reports from Ponds: Fishing before the Weather Change

On this pleasant note, it was decided to finish fishing. In general, everything is not quite as planned, but in the end, the fishing went very well anyway. Now we will wait for what the change of weather will bring us, but for now fishing, if the forecasts are correct, will have to be postponed temporarily.

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