Today I went with my comrades to a new place for myself. The site consists of a large number of breakwaters, and one long breakwater runs parallel to the shore, thereby fishing occurs as if in some kind of basin where the wave is weaker than in the main part of the sea. Also, there is a lot of vegetation on the site, and these are just the favorite living conditions for greenfinches.
They arrived at the sea at eight o’clock in the morning, and to be honest, I didn’t count on any particular nibble, since in my places the fish in the coastal zone almost stopped showing up after 7 a.m. I get up on the breakwater, I decided to start fishing with a 1.3 gram tungsten jig head with a small Merega Spinny Tail 25 twister in a transparent color with gold sparkles. Nevertheless, as I know, greenfinchs love twister, and it is just what I wanted to catch today most of all. But fishing began with the capture of crucian carp, which is also quite pleasant, and it was the largest caress for fishing today.
And then began the bite of the heels, which periodically bit off parts of the bait. I decide to try to offer the fish a mini vibro-tail Merega Hot Chili Minnow. The first to set off was a vibro-tail in water in blue, and soon another brisk caress came across.
I decide to try micro-jigrig. I put the same shank, but in a bright yellow color. From the first de casts, bites began near the parallel shore of the breakwater. And then another poke, and, finally, I realize a bite. Immediately a different resistance is felt, and here is the first greenback in my hands. Next comes another similar size.
I really like these big-breasted fish with their appearance. Yes, I want to catch large individuals with a rich and bright color, but even these specimens were very cute. And indeed, until today, for a month and a half since the move, I caught only one greenfinch.
Meanwhile, things were getting better and better. There were more bites, the implementation was gradually increasing, but the size was still small. Periodically slipped and small crucians.
When the nibble completely subsided, several more small instances of the taxis brought the red worm Merega Crazy Head on the jig head.
At 11 o’clock we decide to finish fishing. I really liked the new place, it differs significantly from the places around which I live. As a result, we managed to catch a little more than a dozen small caresses and about the same number of greenfinches. Definitely, the morning was a success.