Marcel_Karssies

Germany, March 28th. 2021

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Tried the chub section today which is about two months to early.
For a moment I had the hope that the weather would improve as the sky turned blue

and the sun came out.
A misconception as it soon got cloudy again and it started to rain, all with a strong wind.

The main river was dead, fish still in their overwintering spots where ever that might be.

 

A stagnant side channel had some fish activity where I could catch some small 

roach, chub and bleak.

The bleak (tiny surface feeders) where the only fish I spotted in the main stream.
I had scouted some sections for the large chub but found no fish at all.
Will take a month or two and higher temperatures to get things going.
 

The roe deer where out in force and I witnessed a boxing match between a couple

of hares.  It is slowly getting a little greener in the countryside.

weather wise we will get a short burst of warm air next week but then again cold

and miserable.  

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Ten miles to the Northwest a larger forest houses wild boars but I have never seen one

roaming the fields where I am fishing.
Also never came across any digging marks which I have seen in the Harz area where

the boars would plough along the riverbank.

Further north there is an air-to-ground weapon range which also houses boar and

nowdays a pack of wolves.

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