Blue Rock i høj solskin

Lørdag var vi 5 mand forbi Blue Rock, for at forberede os lidt til DM.

Vejret var glimrende, høj solskin og kun svag vind. Det havde dog regnet aftenen før, så der var en smule farve i vandet, dog ikke noget som betød det helt vilde.

Vi fiskede i ca. 4 timer, og fiskeriet kørte for de fleste fra start til slut.

Til indvejningen kunne ingen dog stille noget op imod Mathias (junior-fisker fra Jels), der havde ca. 8,5 kg fisk (primært skaller). Casper Kærgaard var tættest på med 7,4 kg, inden der var et lille hop i vægtene ned til efterfølgerne: Rikard (5,4 kg), Morten Gnalling (4,8 kg) og Ole Haugnes (3,9 kg)

2 replies
  1. timpe
    timpe says:

    Hi Guys

    Just looking at a lot of the results people are posting (great) for blue rock.

    Is it looking like it is going to be a peggy (ie. end peg advantages) or is it fairly well spread ?

    Looks fairly well spread from some of the reports ??

    Tim

  2. superadmin
    superadmin says:

    End pegs have an obvious advantage, however you still have to catch the fish.

    Within some sectors there seems to be quite a difference in depth between each peg, so some sectors would have both shallow or deep pegs, plus some pegs with obvious obstacles like big rocks or weed hidden below the surface. It is however not clear if it is always an advantage to have a feature to fish to, or if it’s better to have open water. Anyway: careful plumbing of your peg can reveal surprising information 😉

    For most parts, I think the venue is very fair

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