Simon Gustafsson says in fish story dared ice fishing when he was on the ice after big madamer and zander fishing.
A friend and I went out on a sunny Friday morning on the lake and thought a bit more testing pike and zander fishing when there has been full moon. We only had one set of rods, so he got the banquet me so we could take every other bite so it was still, to fish so clear fraternal with the same pole.
It was a bit slow in the morning so we had to move on rods three times, but it got closer 45 holes that have been drilled for that fishing was slow, it came up a few small pike. The friend was tired after 30 my sleep this night that we would fish, so he decided to rest on the ice.
It plingade to the rod and rocker flew up, I shouted at her friend:
– It's your turn to take the fish, though he did not hear anything so I ran to the rod and saw that it was almost out of line on the reel. The only whirled out line, risk of an overrun, I thought when it was barely 20 meters left on the spool, I shouted at her friend again, but he heard nothing, so then I had to take the rod and try to drill into the fish.
It felt heavy when you brought it home. fish did approximately 5 Runaway on 20-30 meters per time. When it finally came to the hole on I realized that this was a real bamsing.
The pike was real heavy when lifted it out of the hole. I brought the fish in his arms and fishing rod to rod was at the camp that I had to run to, I kicked at her friend who slept, He opened his eyes and did not understand what had happened.
He first piece that was a nice fish, a 7, a, but after he woke up and got hold of the fish so when he said that it was a ten plussare.
We got a length of 106 cm, then we would weigh the, but I had lost my Samsonvåg of the hill the night before, refused the work out and showed error on the display.
Typically all the big fish taking so should I have such a bad luck with the scales, though as I said, it was a pike 10 plussare on 106 cm and real thick!
Henceforth, I have with me two scales.
At Pen: Vågat Ice Fishing, Simon Gustafsson