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  1. Farewell to Denis Dear RF4 Community, Full of sadness and deep gratitude we have to say farewell to RF4 General Manager Denis Diener far too early. Denis passed away on Tuesday morning at the age of 39. Denis has been a fighter all his life who pursued his goals with absolute determination. This was true both for his career as a professional athlete and for his professional life. He only ever saw new challenges in supposed barriers. With energy and willpower, he mastered all these challenges and was a great inspiration to all those lucky enough to get to know him and to share a part of his journey. Denis was also a very warm person, with infinite love for his family and absolute loyalty to his friends. Russian Fishing was his big project, his dream and he went to the limit and beyond to make it a reality. He experienced real joy in sharing this dream and to see others experience his vision. We will now have to carry on this vision without him. Russian Fishing is now Denis' legacy to all of us. May it remind us to live our dreams and make our visions come true. May it also remind us that life is precious and worth enjoying. This game brought people together all over the world and we found new friends through it. May these friendships, above all, be Denis' legacy! Rest in peace brother and dear friend. O captain! My captain!
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  2. The RF4 team presents to your attention a new reservoir - the famous Yama River! This river originates on the spurs of the Olsky plateau and flows into the Sea of Okhotsk. It is believed that its name comes from the Koryak "v'ayam", which means "river". The river is rich in fish. A large grayling lives here. Many species of fish enter it for spawning, among which are Dolly Varden Trout, Whitespotted Char, Chum and Coho Salmon. Coming soon. Watch the news for the latest updates. Best regards, Your RF4 Team
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  3. Greetings RF4 anglers! I know many players are always looking to take on the next great challenge but don't know where to start! I am talking about the mighty Beluga species and Kaluga. Here I will help guide you on spots, weather, best times, gear setups including the extreme method for landing the 600+ ones, PVA's! This information is all thanks to the extensive testing by the Beluga community and discords that have helped greatly. First to make note, if you are new to fishing Beluga's, understand the fights can last hours, usually 3 hours for trophy before tiring out and BIG ones 5 hours+ so plan accordingly (don't fish them with a restart around the corner). Also know trophies pay well over 10,000 silver and can get you 7000 points in weekly leader board which if lucky could win you a top 1-3 place! So how does getting a potential 20,000+ silver sound from a single trophy beluga? It happens! First up: Beluga and Blacksea Beluga Setup Live Bait Rig Legacy rod 80.5kg test (Blank damage less than 7% ideal) Beluga Venga Reel 74kg Braid line (safe zone for new people) Weights (nothing particular here) Ultra LF 4/0 Hook Perch / Gibel / Crucian Extreme setup when you know how to do max drag and straight rod (Read below on this) Live Bait Rig Legacy rod 80.5kg test (Blank damage pointless as line way over fresh rod test) Beluga Venga Reel (As fresh as possible Mechanism %) 110kg Snake heavy Braid line (Risk to reel / rod breaking if not careful) Weights (nothing particular here) Ultra LF 4/0 Hook Perch / Gibel / Crucian Spod Trick! Use the spod with your baitfish for even better bites! Cast your spod first, remember its landing position and cast your baitfish to the same spot. My personal Beluga Mix that was designed for an increase biterate of not just beluga but also other species in the same area you are fishing. This has increased the other sturgeons as well. This is one of my personal secret mix's I want to share with you guys, feel free to test / revise! It has always worked very good for me. Weather and Best Times Beluga in Akhtuba seem to prefer overcast days with a High of 28-32oC and the mornings need to get to 15-16oC. Beluga and Blacksea Beluga are more active in the evenings / midnight / morning times. They do bite during day but is rare. In the picture, Blue is average, Yellow is good, Red is great. Keep an eye on weather to go fishing when the weather is really good! Blacksea Beluga also like overcast days more, temperatures in donets don't seem to have much influence on bite rates for them. Spots! Lets start with Donets since it is the easiest place when it comes to spots. Same hole, 28:138 27m clip Same hole, 42:131 27m clip into the tail This is the most common area to catch the Blacksea Beluga. Blacksea Beluga were in the 6.5m long ago (J7) but they have not been active here for a long time. Akhtuba 41:108 has been a hotspot many times, however very large Beluga (650kg+) are unable to swim to an easier landing zone and get stuck in the hole here. 48:87 is on the opposite side (C6) casting to the small island 20-22m clip. You can land very large Beluga here thanks to an easier bank to land on. Again a 650+ Won't swim down the river but instead dance around the middle of the channel giving you a great show! Shes just to big to fit through! lol When this spot is active, you can land very big Beluga thanks to the better water edges, also an easy fight by keeping it in the corner. A clip of 38-45 is good for here. Perch bigger than 100g will struggle to make this distance. Store bought 100g can cast far enough. Or use the wind to help make it fly! Another hotspot but know you will need to keep control of the fish here from going to far left or right! 89:96 (8m hole) is a 20m clip 138:24 is another spot next to this one, 23-24m clip 122:27 has been a spot also, 18m clip is best These are the general best spots and usually most active and safest places to fish them. Beluga are in other spots but far to dangerous to target such as A1 square, 66:133 area, C4 square, C3 9m hole and parts of the main river. Extreme Method of the "MAX DRAG" Due to the limitations we currently have and this could change later on who knows? We are forced to use a technique to bring in very heavy fish. This is what is known as to "Max Drag" in the fish. This means you will lock your reel's friction to 30 making the line power / rod power become the main focus. The biggest risk of this, is that if your line is to much for your reel or rod, you will break your reels mechanism or rod blank will go SNAP! This is a extremely costly mistake. So how can we safely avoid this risk? Use 74kg braid line on a Venga with less than 20% Mech damage and a Legacy rod with less than 7% blank damage. 74kg Line can land a trophy 500kg but it will be tough and it won't land them much more than this. So how do you land these crazy 700kg+ Beluga!? Credit to the first person who landed one over 700, Anton523 of the Russia Region. This player took my walk back technique and raised the bar! First lets talk about what to do during max drag. When the Beluga is tired it will move very slowly and stay still for periods of time. You will need to lock the reel, walk back slowly to bring the tension up to high yellow / very low red. But first keep it yellow to make sure the fish doesn't pull a fast one on you and move quickly. This way you have enough time to quickly put drag to 29. As you have the tension into the red, the fish will slowly release tension, when this is happening, reel a tiny bit each time to keep the tension up. The fish will then flick its tail causing it to move towards you, the tension will drop fast. This is your chance to walk backwards and also reel if you can while walking backwards. When the fish begins to pull back and the tension shoots back up, walk towards the fish and again try to reel while walking towards it. What you are doing while doing all this is forcing the fish to the surface of the water. As you get the fish to the surface, it will become easier to drag it to shore. This takes a lot of practice and you will be sweating doing this your first time trust me. DO NOT simply walk back and forth with the fish and never reel in any line. This has been done with many players and makes this part of the battle WAY harder than it needs to be. You are playing tug of war when doing this, and the fish will win if big enough. Keep a distance from the shore so you have room to walk towards the fish. If you are to close to the shore, put drag to 29, run back from shore and max drag asap! Your main goal is to keep as much pressure on the fish as possible at all times. As soon as you give the fish slack, it can make a run and a lot of line back out because you now are trying to stop a train from moving. Think of if as you are holding onto a truck with a rope, as soon as you let that truck roll away from you, you can't stop it, so don't give it slack! The very extreme using 110kg line! The point of doing this is because you want to land a beluga over 700kg+ and you are willing to risk it all. So how do you make use of 110kg line or why use it? The rod's power is 80.5kg right? What if I told you, you could totally nullify the power of the rod and only let your reel mech take on 100% of the force? The Venga's Mech is higher than the Ti of 80.5kg. How much higher is something you will have to ask to find out, even with that information all over, I am pretty sure posting that here is a no no on my part. Just know it is not higher than 110kg and your mech will break if you fail at this... or worse your rod. So the technique is to be away from the shore, you still do the same style of what I explained during the max drag, except you point your rod completely straight at the fish. This will take all power off the rod and 100% is applied to the reel's mech. You will see your tension get lower as you point your rod straight. Guess what.. yes this can be done even on a Fortuna carp rod. If while doing this, you bend your rod and the tension skyrockets, if to high already this could cause a rod break. You can not repair a broken rod so understand the risk of this. If you mess up but have your rod straight, your reel mech will break instead. This can atleast be fixed and is cheaper than buying a new legacy rod. Practice with 74kg line, hook some big ones until you feel totally comfortable to move up OR don't and wait to see if the future will bring us something to ease our pain lol Kaluga information! It may have been released not long ago but our community is fast to learning them. The setup for them is still a work in progress but if you are looking to get your first one, here is an easy setup to start. Use 74kg line instead of me doing 110kg for safety reasons PVA's being tested and salmon oil attraction seems to be working. Crab and mussel attraction also works. Shoutout to player Mobii (ORCA's Team Member) for the salmon oil test with success! This has been an active spot, the Kaluga have been got in 5.5m, 4.5m, 3.5m(E6) and 3.5m(F3) Still early and many spots being caught. This will conclude my guide for going after these huge fish in RF4. I hope it helps you on your journey to getting these insane trophies. As of today June 9, 2021 the first rare trophy Beluga of 1,076kg was landed by a China region player in a whopping 13 hours! This was thought to not be possible at this time but this player showed extreme skill and patience to pull it off. It was also worth over 37,000 silver! Talk about a reason to celebrate. They used 110kg line with a mech damage of 5%. Good luck everyone! Tight Lines! ~Enzo Matrix~
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  4. Dear friends! The outgoing year was not easy, but you did not give up and continued to go forward. This is how a real angler should be. The new year 2021 is coming. We are confident that it will be better than the previous one. All of us are looking forward to meeting new friends and exploring new opportunities. The Russian Fishing 4 team promises you to expand the geography of reservoirs, add new fishing methods and develop other interesting features for the game. We are grateful to you for being with us, for your kind words of support and constructive criticism that helps us get better. Happy new year friends! We wish you all happiness and good health! Best Wishes! Your RF4 Team
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  5. Official Social Media Platforms Kuori Lake! Greetings Anglers! As part of the ongoing effort to improve existing waterbodies, it is about time to take on Kuori. We would like to show you some screenshots of improved location, as well as one of a few new fish that you can catch there – a rainbow trout. Best Regards, Your RF4 Team More Images!
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  6. Official Social Media Platforms Ladoga Archipelago! We are pleased to inform you about the imminent release of a new reservoir. This water body will feel quite a bit different from the existing ones. The map presents a group of islands located in the northern part of Lake Ladoga. The surrounding waters are inhabited by more than forty species of fish. The difficult bottom topography, great depths and unpredictable weather conditions make fishing here especially interesting. Experience the new Ladoga Archipelago! Coming soon... Images
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  7. FAQ gameplay Frequently asked questions / answers This thread will be updated as new questions are asked Last update: January 21 2021 Ranking Lists When are the weekly rankings reset and evaluated? How exactly are the points for the global placement evaluated and calculated? Groundbait and Feeding When should you feed, are there guidelines? How do you influence the size of the fish? What are small and large particles or what is the difference? Can you influence the radius / scattering effect of the cobra ? Can you overfeed? Are there differences in size when "grinding, crushing" boilies? Can PopUp boilies be used in feed mixes or do they also have the buoyancy effect when feeding? Is there a detailed basic guide to feeding in general with examples and structure? Leader Mechanics What is the deterrent factor and which factors are included? Which fish are very shy fish? How to choose a leader for spin fishing? Does the color of the line / leader also have an effect on the game or the length of the leader? Which components have an influence on the fish for the purpose of deterrent effect? Rods and Reels Do different rod types effect XP? How do you use a marker rod and what is it for? Which reels are best for braided line? Where can I see the breaking force of my reel and what is the difference between brake strength and breaking force?
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  8. We are not only working on new water bodies, we are also continuing to improve the existing ones. This time the Winding Rivulet is the subject of our attention. The revised version will appear in the game shortly. With best regards, Your RF4 Team
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  9. Official Social Media Platforms Yama River! Greetings Anglers! The trailer for the new Yama River fishery will be available tomorrow at 0700 EST / 1300 CEST on the forum and on our social media. Best Regards, Your RF4 Team
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  10. We are excited to announce that Russian Fishing 4 players now have their own homes. Here you can not only place collections of your favorite rods and reels, trophies and valuable prizes, but also show them to other players. The Christmas and New Year discounts apply from December 23, 2020, 10:00 a.m. CET to January 03, 2021, 10:00 a.m. CET: Gold: -35% Premium: -25% Changes: Christmas stalls are open on all water bodies. A taxidermist shop has opened at Mosquito Lake. At Mosquito Lake the gate to the players house was opened. Here you can display equipment, awards and trophies made by the taxidermist. The players house can be visited via the public profile. Christmas presents have been placed. Go fishing with a telescopic rod at the festively decorated spot on Mosquito Lake for a chance to catch valuable gifts. The prices for some reels and jerkbait models have been increased. Self made leaders now display the used components. The light cone of the flashlight has been enlarged. Regards, RF4 Team
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  11. Sura Common Carp 32:61 (B7) Edit: clip 25 meters Rod #3, no pva Pva on rods #1 and #2
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  12. old burg 36:28 clip 8m
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  13. IGN: Zsuzsika Map: Akhtuba river Location: 126:133 Bait: Helen Van Zandt Tuna pellets 18 + Old pal Crab & Mussels 20 Soluble
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  14. Went to Winding after @Elwoodiath2 posted his donets trophy, I needed it as well to finish my card. Thanks for the spot and set up!! Winding White Bream 107.100 Clip 7
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  15. Early Access Status Dear RF4 Community, We are happy to share another milestone in the development of Russian Fishing 4 with you. The game is now leaving the Early Access status. Your loyal support and your constructive feedback over the past few years have made a great contribution to this and we are very grateful for that! The development of RF4 is of course not over, but the game now has the necessary scope and stability to leave the Early Access behind. Like every online game, we will not be immune to technical difficulties and bugs in the future either. Please continue to let us know immediately if something is not working as usual so that we can help quickly. We look forward to the next few years and hope to continue to present you with exciting new content. Tight lines and full nets! Your RF4 team
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  16. https://rf4spots.com/ An English version of popular hotspot websites like vk. No popups or ads. Just player driven hotspot sharing for the EN community. Feel free to create a user if you would like to share spots or just view as a guest. How it works Users can join lake spaces to post spots or be notified when someone else does. You can choose to join a few or all of them, depending on your personal preference. I provide a base posting template, in the Welcome Space, to copy and paste so we keep everything organized and uniform. Users are able to post their spots, upload images, comment and like posts, create a personal profile gallery with albums, create custom public or private spaces of their own, collaborate and build wikis for each space and more. Kelly and I do what we can to contribute, but it's really up to the community as a whole to help keep the spots updated and fresh. Plans for the site Build an interactive map system that will allow users to quickly find spots mentioned in posts. Include (incorporate or link to) other resources created by the community, as allowed with permission. Eg; kiltedjock's amazing mega sheet. Use data collected by the site (submitted spots, we collect nothing else) to help provide this forum with updated information for those who use it as their primary/only source and to help this forum and community grow. Project Members Myself and @Kelly S who is right there with me collecting data, finding spots and maintaining the website. A special thanks to all those who contribute now and in the future!
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  17. Greeting Anglers! This is a guide for the ones that are willing to put the effort into learning the true art of angling for big carp or even sturgeons with the Waggler's/Match Rods. First let me introduce myself to you all. My ingame name is ZaoN and i've been fishing with nothing but match rods for the last 8 month's. Some might wonder why use a method that isn't that effective as bottom, we'll for that reason i simply answer it's more of a challenge. And you have to interact with the game when you use the waggler's and since there is no auto hooking, only a few times that can occur but it's a rare thing. The feeling of landing a big trophy carp with the match rod is a lovely feeling, and it beats the feeling of using a bottom rod anyday. Atleast it does that for me. Im no expert on this, but ive learned alot about fishing with match rods and also looking up potential spots and scan the area, with the map in hand. IM NOT AN EXPERT. But I do my best to help other's into the float section of this game, as I find it really enjoyable. First things first. Grab a coffee, sit back and relax and enjoy the guide. 1. Setup The pictures below show's the current setup im using at this moment. I'm using the end game rods, combined with a Venga 10000. All tho im using the end game Venga, you can use the other's reels combined with the rods aswell such as Tagara. If you look closely to the picture on the specific part's you'll get the understanding aswell, that you want to use both line/leader that is as close as it get's with the drag of the reel, unless you are really fishing for the other big fish like sturgeons where you are using 74+kg line. I'm using braided line with capacity of 35kg for the carp's, and when i target sturgeons I use a 74kg braided line. The Waggler's are the key here, some are good for long distance casting, and some are good combined with the Sandwich Bait. But we will get to that later on. Leader wise, that is another key feature when you float fish with waggler's. You all know how some fish spooks easily when you spin fish with steel/braided leader's. It's just the same with float fishing, and the main reason im using Flouro is just for that matter. Since you have another thing that might spook of the most cautious big fish, the float. Waggler's are another part of the setup that might spook of the fish aswell. So trying to eliminate as much of the chance of spooking of a fish as you can, is also to consider. 2. Bait and even MORE BAIT! I can't stress enough how important it is to bait up an area. Bottom fishing has the PvA for that matter, but we only have the option of spoding up an area. But doing so effectivly can give you the some good results in the end. But patience is always the key when you fish in any given situation. When you make a groundbait or a dry mix, always take a moment to think. Look at the weeklys, what are they feeding on? How can you make a groundbait that will attract them into your swim where you are fishing? Is it berry? Is it fishy? Ask around for some tips from other angler's what they were using, and then summon it up and make some test baits and try to compare them. How do you bait up an area then? We'll my personal preference that i go for is using 2x casts with the spod, with 5 portion size. After that, wait 6 ingame hours. Then use the Dry Mix recipe into a GB ball, and shoot 3-4 of them INFRONT of the area. Use the Spod mix behind the float's, clip 1 meter behind and cast. And then clip 1 meter infront and use the GB. This is just something that i've been using and it has worked out good on most of the times. 3. Depth Guide/Marker Another crucial part of waggler fishing is chosing the depth. When you fish after carp you want to fish close to the bottom as possible. But how can you know the depth? We'll here is were the Marker Rod comes into play. Knowing the depth of the area you are fishing is crucial when picking a spot. Cast out on different angles on the spot, so you know if there is a difference to the bottom, if it's going up and down or if it stays the same. The picture below show's my marker rig setup, using this I can cast far out easily without any problems at all. When you see it land, open up the reel, then wait until you see the float pop up. Then close the reel, and set reel speed to 5. Then slowly reel in, until you see the float lift and stand. Now look at the second picture below, it show's the depth and after that reapeat it if you want to look around you even more. If you reel to fast and the float dives, open up the reel and do it over again. When you have found the depth, now it's time to put the leader on and ADD the length to it. So it says 2.45 and you are fishing with a 40 cm leader, then the depth should be 2.85. If you don't put the depth correctly, the float may sink under the surface, or if you overdepth it the float will lay flat on the surface. By putting the depth at 2.85 the float will rise above the surface and stand up, giving you a good visible float, so you can easily see when a fish is nibbling your bait or taking it. Look at the bottom left of the fighting bar. It says 2.45 for thoose that might be having poor eye sight. 4. Leader's We'll we have spoken already a little on leader's and the material that is availble. When you are Carp Fishing with Match Rods-Waggler's you are using a so called Feeder Leader. Most of the Bottom Fishing people are using Braided Leader's cause the impact resistance, but they are also forced into yet another leader, wich is the core. When you float fish you don't have that option, wich makes it alot more easier to put pressure on the fish, and stop it from racing away. There is 3x of length's that i mainly use. 20 cm, 40 cm, and 60 cm. The 20 cm I use when i fish really shallow areas, for example below 1m depth. 40 cm I mostly use whenever I target Carp species. 60 cm I use in the currents or river's. But there is a downside to the different length's. Short Leader's are great for hooking the fish, but it also has a higher chance of spooking of fish. Specially the most cautios fish species. But it also has a higher chance of auto hooking itself. Longer Leader's has great reduction of spooking the fish from taking your bait, but it also has a harder chance of hooking the fish, and it will RARELY auto hook itself with longer leader's. Braided Leader's are great resistance to the fish head shakes and also very stiff. Very Robust so to speak, but very visible to fish. Fluorocarbon leader's, thanks to its zero visibility in the water, is indispensable when fishing cautious fish. It's also has a faily high damage resistance compared to other's. I have never used Nylon line, as it's not as stiff as the other's are. You also want some stiffness when fighting big fish to resist the big head shakes, but also be able to put pressure on the fish to avoid it from racing away. I do really hope you guys have enjoyed this little guide i made for you. It's my first ever guide, so please be gentle with me. I do hope I have caught your interest for some Waggler fishing with Match Rods. I'll leave a link to one of my videos that I also explain and show when to strike the fish, and it also shows what happends when you do it wrong aswell. It's a lovely way to enjoy the game, and also very fun. And remember to watch that float!
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  18. Hi, as I am a RF4 streamer for a long time, also I am from Balkan where is (Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Montenegro, North Macedonia, Bulgaria, Albania, Romania, Slovenia, Greece) A lot of people (more then 100) ask me is there any chance to RF4 make Balkan Region, I am totaly 100% sure that there is more then 500+ players from Balkan and also they would like to RF4 add Balkan Region in the future,also I belive there are a lot of teams from Balkan who play RF4. In hope that topic get intresting for the developers in RF4 and all crew from RF4, I would like to hear your anwser in the future. Best Regards AlukarDTV (RF4 Streamer)
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  19. ladoga lake 75:23 cast towards 18m hole first trophy char
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  20. Tunguska - 111:108 Brown Trout (I'm only in it for the E.S Grayling though. Game pls, I don't need a 15th brownie)
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  21. Hi all!!! I finally got you!!! Specie: Donets Ruffe (aka "The little bast...") Map: Seversky Donets Coords: 45.145 B3 Clip: 9m Setup (loop rig) Weather: sunny
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  22. Bear lake - Golden Tench Spot: 55:63 Clip 22 just left of north setup/Bait/pva: I had raspberry dip on there too but it was the last one
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  23. Winding Rivulet - Donets Ruffe Coords: 107:100 Clip: 7 Redworm no Groundbait
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  24. Specie: Donets ruffe Map: Winding Rivulet Coords: 90:104 Clip: 7m Bait: Redworm Setup: (loop rig)
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  25. Hii here good spot every cast Yama River 136:135 Speed 50 Jig Step South Direction
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  26. Official Social Media Platforms Yama Trailer!
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  27. Amber lake, 84:186 clip 35
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  28. bear lake 55 63 active spot
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  29. Old Burg 21:67, clip 15
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  30. Old Burg 22:67, clip 15, coco setup from bear with PVA
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  31. same spot...
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  32. amber 132:147 clip 15m
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  33. Trophy pink salmon LOCATION : BETWEEN 7 AND 12M HOLE (TROLLING)
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  34. Akhtuba River - Short Barbie 51:85 - 17m
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  35. Volkhov Whitefish Ladoga 66:31 30 ~ 35 clip The PVA is a recipe that was on discord months ago, I don't know who to give credit to for it
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  36. trolling around kuori lake, my first lake trout trophy and my first regional weekly record!
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  37. Sura 28:76 clip 32
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  38. Akthuba 130:80 clip 22
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  39. Akhtuba River - Beloribitsu Whitefish On the hunt for trophy belo, ended up getting that and 2 trophy perch and 2 trophy chub during the session Coords: 141:23 Weather: Clear Temp: Various Time: Various Tackle: Feeder, baitfish rig Clip: 25m Bait: Bleak & Gudgeon Fish Gear
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  40. Serversky - Donets Ruffe Coords: 153:126 Clip: 10m Cast: NW Bait: Redworm Groundbait: Custom Mix pva
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  41. Old Burg Lake Species: Perch Baits: Dragonfly Stream 4-007 Spot: 46:19 Fishing method: Spinning
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  42. Tunguska - 138:157 Went scouting for a new fresh E.S Grayling spot and found one in the F4 corner with decent pinks and lenoks on the side. So the brown popper dog finally got it right with its 4954th catch. I think it was stalling just to be the undisputed #1 used lure.
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  43. Big Ide on boiles! amber lake 124.66 clip 35 they seems to really like vanilla boiles!
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  44. LOCATION: AKHTUBA COORDS: 143 35 BAIT: BLEAK
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  45. This is for the trophy hunters... Belaya White Bream - 71.67 Clip12 Classic Hair Rig Super Amino 8/Intense Bloodworm 12 Dace - 66.28 Clip 16 Bolognese Rig Depth 50cm Belaya Card Complete
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  46. Bear Lake - Bleak 48:13 Around 10m or +80% with sticks (with my setup and 0 rod points). 17cm depth. The other usual spot is 44:50 with a 40m clip. Yeah that's nightmare fuel. If you are a trophy card guy then this is it.
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  47. Tunguska 171:171 clip 8
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  48. Match fishing is KING! Bear Lake - Common Carp Coords: 56:63 Clip: 21 Bait: Cocos Cream 22 Pop Up / Cocos & Cream Falvor White corn Dip : Cocos Nectar Depth : 2.90 Setup :
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  49. Hi all! Yes!!! Finally got it at Old Burg after so many tries for so long... Specie: Pike Map: Old Burg Coords: 44.19 F8 Setup (jerkbait rig) / Retrieval method: walk the dog Weather: cloudy
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