Match 16/05/20

Reflecting on how successfully our self-isolation regime coincided with the spawning ban, I involuntarily caught myself thinking – aren't ichthyologists sitting in the government for an hour? In the meantime, the best option to go fishing is to leave. And to leave, I tell you, it is possible from any prohibitions. The farther – the fewer.

Yesterday, the fish was caught small, but beautiful, and most importantly – was caught in quantity. Spinning Black Hole Eria ERS-702UL with test 2-9 passed the stream test, and I must say, I was very pleased. Before fishing, I thought that taking spinning more than two meters long in the wilds was a bad idea, but in reality it turned out to be somewhat different. Blank Eria managed to work out when jerking the smallest fish, and there were almost no gatherings this time. There were no expected casting problems, as the vegetation has not yet managed to rise to its full height.

In addition, I successfully tested new models of spinners from Alexei Vyunov with a heavy core (I used to catch them almost all the time), and a handmade wobbler from Mikhail Petin, which was expected to “turn on” when the spinners stopped working and completely “removed” competitors – for a second, representatives of Duo and Evergreen.

Reports from ponds: Wild 16/05/20

Reports from ponds: Wild 16/05/20

Reports from ponds: Wild 16/05/20

Reports from ponds: Wild 16/05/20

Reports from ponds: Wild 16/05/20

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