SwagnusSwagnusson replied to LadyofGames's topic in Baits
Nice work akhmar,
Just hit 95% today myself....have a feeling this last 5% is gonna take some effort....
Can you tell me mate...are mole crickets hidden somewhere, like a particular habitat?
I've just been digging for over an hour (after I spent 2 hours digging to get myself from 94.7, to 95%).....I've been digging too much i think..
anyway, Ive found a dozen or so crawlers, 8 (YES EIGHT) cockchafer larvae, 6 or 7 of those black bug things i never use, but not a single mole cricket.
Where do these badboys hideout?
Hey, everyone fishing at 44:50 with Nordic Esterberrys and Tuna and catching maybe one common every 30 minutes. I don't think I'm doing something right. I've tried 56:33 but only catching big Grass Carps and they wear my reel down very quickly. If anyone could help me on spots or tips that would be great.
The maps program received an update, so I'm posting it here again:
- Akhtuba map added.
- New map for Mosquito lake added.
full version 1.3b English:
if you already have 1.3a you can use this update:
All credits should go to Shamon11 for creating and maintaining the program.
Don't know if it's a common issue :
Using feeder rods after a trolling session, when I pick up a rod from the ground then line tension increases so much in a sec that I lose most of fishes hanged.
I tried to lower friction brake a lot before setting the rods on the ground but it does nothing.
I have to open bail before reeling if I want to pick up a rod safely and it's quite boring.
I dont have this bug if if fish bottom before having trolled on a boat.
@Jonesy0575TwitchWe reviewed the video as I told you we would and that is normal on some setups. What is happening is the fish is taking advantage of the flexibility of the rod. As stated in the stream - put some bend in that rod to reduce the available 'flex' on the rod so the fish will not jerk it around. Or use less drag as you did early on in the fight. I personally recommend bend in the rod, as it does help tire the fish faster as well.
Yes in your case loop rig will give you more chance to unlock skills faster. Stay with loop rig, change lines, remove leaders and use GB, it should help you. Also try Bear Lake 44.50 clip 26
Im only using Loop rig as i heard using the last rig you unlock will increase the changes of getting skill exp not sure if thats true, I'm 86.2% in bottom feeder atm. Thanks for your time mate. I will try Paternoster instead of Loop rig
I would go with mono lines 26- 28 kg on your 1st and 19-22 kg on the 2nd setups without any leaders. This should definitely help. Also once you unlock method to try it. Using loop rig for carps is an advantage when you using it with PVA sticks.
ive tried sweetcorn, peas, potatoes, pretty much every bait and sizes of boilies in game i cant seem to get any carp bigger then 8kg also ive tried hook sizes from 12 - #4/0 tired all the spots at bear lake i ve tried no leader, with leader i have no idea why im having trouble
Since updates, Volkhov has become a cash machine for mid-level players like me.
My rods and tackles are very affordable and I earn around 200 silver / IG day going for crawfishes at night + salmons and asps during day
Here's what I got yesterday :