Successful walk on the sea

Tonight I again got out to sea. To at least diversify fishing, I decided to pay more attention to the still little explored side of the nearby beach. The weather is still very warm, even at night you can safely walk in shorts and a T-shirt. And for me, as for the Urals, it is still very, very unusual, but, of course, it pleases. At sea there was a small rollback.
There are still a lot of people on the beach, so I shifted from the vacationers and started fishing. According to the classics, I decided to start fishing with creatures and searches for scorpions and croakers. The first to go into the water was a bright pink two-inch SPRUT AMAYA cockroach on a 1.5-gram jig head. Slowly, with short throws, I comb through the wall of the breakwater, and at the next pause the first “hit” occurs today, and then there is a sluggish and reluctant resistance. The little scorpion eagerly ate the cockroach. And she was not alone there, after a couple of casts her brother is caught, but already a little larger in size.

Reports from the ponds: A successful walk on the sea

Reports from the ponds: A successful walk on the sea

Gradually moving along the coast, in some places there are uncertain bites and pinching. I get to the longest breakwater, I spend the fishing according to the same scheme. And he brought me a couple more small ruffs.

Reports from the ponds: A successful walk on the sea

Reports from the ponds: A successful walk on the sea

And then the matter did not work out, suddenly a crucian woke up. Just two of his bites, and from the bait there is almost no living space. He ruined my one cockroach, on the second breakwater he ruined the second one too.

Reports from the ponds: A successful walk on the sea

I tried to offer the lassier stretch weaknesses, and he completely refuses to respond to them. As a result, in order not to translate the rubber, he went away to the stones. The point is interesting, sometimes scorpions fly on it. Catching jigheads on it is extremely costly, yet they often get stuck in stones, so the SPRUT AJIKIRI oscillator is sent to the water with an imitation of the nereis worm. Soon, very aggressive bites began in one place, but out of a dozen I realized only one, this was a dabble of small crucian carp.

Reports from the ponds: A successful walk on the sea

Well, at the end of fishing I decided to pay attention to horse mackerel. I am leaving for a free breakwater, I put an orange light-accumulating SPRUT TAKARI STRONG and just a furious distribution of horse mackerel begins. I hit the breakwater very successfully. In half an hour, we managed to catch about 30-35 horse mackerels. Fishing was very fast, it was necessary to throw the bait in the right place, deepen to the required horizon and immediately followed by a bite.

Reports from the ponds: A successful walk on the sea

Reports from the ponds: A successful walk on the sea

But such a bite quickly bored and I began to experiment. I tried to catch with a mini-bombard, the result was much worse. I tried to get heavier – similarly. All horse mackerel stood in one horizon at an average distance.

Reports from the ponds: A successful walk on the sea

At midnight he finished fishing. A good way out, I found a couple of interesting points, well, and in general I caught it quite well.

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Amanda K. Benson

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