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Minitur etter sjøørret 10.09.20


Med gårsdagens fiskeløse kajakktur og de siste fisketurene lagt til ferskvann, passet det fint med en kveldstur med ny horisont.

Etter litt chatting med teamkompis Fredrik ble kursen lagt ut fra kjente farvann i Indre Oslofjord, og til et for meg nytt område lengre sør. Riktignok litt langt å kjøre bare for en kveldstur, men hva gjør vel det når destinasjonen byr på noe jeg best kan beskrive som "Danmark".

Nydelig sted.

Det som møtte oss var en lang rullesteinstrand, langgrunn og med leaopardbunn utenfor. Vi hadde knapt rigget opp stengene våre før det hoppet en liten sjøørret innenfor kastehold, så "trua" var på topp fra først sekund.

Fiske etter sjøørret fra land er ikke hverdagskost for denne karen.

Vi hadde et par hogg, men kombinasjon langgrunt og tareskog kan gjøre det vanskelig å kjenne forskjell på hogg og bunnapp så om det var fisk eller ei er ikke så godt å si. Men det ble da en fisk, en liten og knallrød taretorsk tok min IMA Komomo II (90) i det jeg skulle løfte og ta et nytt kast. 

Fort opp, fort ut igjen.

Torsken er fredet også i dette området, så den uheldige svømte selvfølgelig pent avgårde etter vårt korte møte. (Les mer om fredningen og hva du kan fiske etter i DENNE artikkelen.) Det ble med den ene torsken dog, men lokasjonen var nydelig så det blir nok retur hit en dag. 

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