The farther into the mountains, the harder the fishing

Today, I again decided to drive chubs at a small mountain river in the Krasnodar Territory. And I went with a specific goal – to explore a new section of the river. I decided to get to the place where I finished fishing the last time, and start from today from this place. On the way to the point, I again enjoyed beautiful nature.

Reports from water bodies: The farther into the mountains, the harder the fishing

Today, for fishing, I again chose the Maximus Egoist-Z 662UL spinning rod. I started fishing from a rather deep, but very picturesque pit. The first to go was LureMax Emba in black and red. On the first cast, about 4 meters from the shore, a powerful bite takes place, and a good chub immediately hooked. The friction clutch is released, and the cliff … I did not understand how this happened. Perhaps the cord was damaged somewhere on yesterday's sea fishing. Not the best start to fishing.
Then I caught another 5 very interesting holes, but without any bites! Moving up the river became more and more problematic. Somewhere already, and the depth at the transition point was above the knee, and I had to climb large boulders. But I walked with the belief that large chubs and deep holes were waiting for me in front of me. And the farther I went, the more faith faded away. Soon, the rise became even sharper, and as a result, there were fewer dimples on the way, only small ones. But small ones still managed to catch small chubs. The small oscillator LureMax Dotty in the coloring “seed” seemed to be excellent.

Reports from water bodies: The farther into the mountains, the harder the fishing

Reports from water bodies: The farther into the mountains, the harder the fishing

And at the next cast, a chub fluttered out from under the stone, and the fight was already more pleasant! All this was in a rather shallow area, so I could clearly see this spectacular attack.

Reports from water bodies: The farther into the mountains, the harder the fishing

When I left about 3 kilometers from the starting point, small waterfalls began to come across along the way. Looks beautiful. Well, the little chub also occasionally pecked.

Reports from water bodies: The farther into the mountains, the harder the fishing

Reports from water bodies: The farther into the mountains, the harder the fishing

There were even fewer points, and I decided it was time to stop, and it would be wiser to pay attention to the pits that I met at the very beginning of the journey. A short snack and back on the road.

Reports from water bodies: The farther into the mountains, the harder the fishing

But alas, all the pits were suddenly filled with vacationers from jipping, so I went through them even without fishing. And now the first point, I put the LureMax Emba again and quickly catch a small chub, the size of the spinner did not scare him at all.

Reports from water bodies: The farther into the mountains, the harder the fishing

I diligently catch a hole where there was a cliff, and after 15 casts in almost the same place, I still get the long-awaited bite! From the first seconds of fighting, I realized that I got a good chub. A hard fight, and this time the victory was for me. White feather was 450–500 grams, a great fish!

Reports from water bodies: The farther into the mountains, the harder the fishing

And then I finally felt a certain spiritual satisfaction. The way out was not in vain. After that, I caught another point and decided to finish fishing. The exit above was successful and productive, today there were already 2 captures of chubs more or less pleasant in size and one break, and this is already progress. The exploration of new places also brought certain results, now I have already identified a specific site for myself, to which I will pay attention to further fishing.

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Amanda K. Benson

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