In the footsteps of the amura - Tomáš Kos

03. 09. 18

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I saw an increased amorphous occurrence in the carp fishing trip, which I was about to target only once and soon the other rod. But I would first describe a few interesting things.

A shallow bay full of reeds was near my hunting ground. Every morning I noticed the occurrence of many nice amuses. Those were either just warming in shallow water or eating young shoots of reed.

A great helper for me was a set of good binoculars and polarized glasses. Afternoon, the amuses disappeared and the bay was all day without visible life. This was also proved by the test of fed feeding in the form of hemp and maize. Feeding from the water disappeared the next day in the morning in the presence of amur. It came in the afternoon, and there were no monuments again.

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The next day, I have amassed again in the form of a full bunch of corn and hemp, but now with a 14mm pop pineapple N.BA. I waited for a maximum of 10 minutes. I enjoyed the whole course of the fight, and with a 2.5-pound Phenom I felt every movement of a nearly-meter amor.

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To the shallow bay, I put the other rod. Installation just identical instead of yellow pineapple poppings I put pink.

The reason was color highlighting the bite with the hook. And as it all came up with amoury, you will learn in the final brief summary.

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Tomas Kos

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