Night at Scorpion's company

For the past two days I have been lying at home with poisoning. And then, finally, my health returned to normal, and after midnight I decided to go fishing. In addition, on one of the last fishing trips I found a couple of very interesting breakwaters, which I wanted to pay attention to today. He took two sets, kan, a backpack and rushed off on the road. But this is bad luck, when I came to the sub-terrestrial crossing through the railway lines to the sea, the guard informed me that at night these passages on the resort part of the city were closed. As a result, there is nothing left to do but go to the main passage, and then along the beach to the planned breakwaters. And it came to spend about 40 minutes on this, but I walked with only one thought – all efforts were not in vain.
Today I used two sets: for bottom fishing – Tict Sram JSR-76ss + Shimano 12'Rarenium 1000s + YGK G-Soul Upgrade x4 0.25, for pelagic fishing – Apia Grandage Lite 68/5 + Shimano 19'Vanquish c2000sss + Thirty 34 Four Advancement Pinky 0.25. In general, today I wanted to focus on the search for croaker and scorpion, well, and periodically I planned to catch a little horse mackerel. On the way to the intended place I caught a couple more breakwaters, but there were no bites at all. And here is the first breakwater that I wanted to catch properly. There is a jighead weighing 1.2 grams and a Merega Tweezer creature in a translucent color. After 5 minutes, I get a bite and go away from scratch with a little scorpion.

Reports from Ponds: Night at Scorpio

Letting go of the sea ruff and continue catching the breakwater. And as a result, in another 15 minutes of bottom picking, I caught another small scorpion, and one came down already at the moment of rising from the water. A very good start to fishing.

Reports from Ponds: Night at Scorpio

I am shifting to the deepest breakwater, there are no bites from the bottom. I turn to the light set, hang up the Merega Next Trap in red and brisk horse mackerels start to come across. As further fishing showed, she kept everything in the bottom layer. Sometimes horse mackerel even lifted this long worm directly from the bottom.

Reports from Ponds: Night at Scorpio

Reports from Ponds: Night at Scorpio

Again I take up a more powerful kit, again worth Tweezer. And then on the next posting I get a very powerful bite, and immediately the friction clutch began to squeal. Without any doubt, I realized that the good croaker that I had been looking for so long was hooked. And again, the friction clutches his song, I decided to slow down the spool slightly with my finger, a sharp jerk and break of the leash … It's a shame, since I tried to catch a large croaker for a long time, but for the whole time I was in Adler I came across individuals weighing only up to 250 grams . But it’s only me who is to blame, it was not worth putting the 0.128th fluor in such conditions, and indeed, it was necessary to correctly set the friction clutch in advance.
I set off for the breakwater, where the scorpions were biting. The point rested, and ruffs returned to it. In general, in scorpion today, fishing definitely came out successful. Perhaps I just found a place where she stood in quantity today. Since during this fishing 4 more brushes were caught from the breakwater. And the fish didn’t even bother that Tweezer’s had some body elements torn off, the scorpions still eagerly ate this bait. I like in scorpions that they are all unique and peculiar. The growths on the body of each individual are individual.

Reports from Ponds: Night at Scorpio

Reports from Ponds: Night at Scorpio

Reports from Ponds: Night at Scorpio

Well, after he caught a dozen more horse mackerels and decided to go home.

Reports from Ponds: Night at Scorpio

In general, the exit was successful. The breakwaters I was betting on turned out to be fish. Yes, I couldn’t catch the croaker, but now I know for sure that he is there, which means that very soon I will return to these places again for revenge.

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