Is it appropriate to use specific donks at shallow depths of rivers, both small and large? Report.
Catching on-board donkeys is unique and passionate in its own way.
The bite moment here is probably one of the most exciting among gear of this kind. Here the gatehouse, quietly bending under the pressure of the current, suddenly stops, bends down sharply, and then, leaning back limply, starts to shake sharply and nervously, making the bell ring. Most often, it takes a bream and most likely a large bream. And scammers take about the same, but still the nature of the bite of a large bream is distinguished by some solidity and authority, which is not determined immediately. Only after sitting on the water a couple of days, you begin to distinguish all these features.
Onboard donks on a small river
On a previous fishing trip, coastal donks caught onboard Continue reading