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[Level 22+] Seversky Donets River

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The Seversky Donets River is perhaps one of the most picturesque rivers of the East European Plain. A lot of anglers come to the green shores of this quiet and cozy river each year. In the Seversky Donets there is a large number of diverse species of fish. In addition to pike, catfish or sturgeon, there is a chance to catch such unusual fish as sun perch. In coastal villages, in addition to ordinary shops, there are shops selling local products and handicrafts.

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Here is the scale of the Seversky Donets River map.

 

The "50 m" are just the casting distance I used as a reference.

 

The value you need for determining your clipping is 85 m for a square side.

 

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At 159:79 one can find pontic shads and sichels from 11h00 to 23h00.
They move actually from 158:80 to 160:78 (right and left of 159:79).

 

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Pontic shads are interesting for their high XP and silver value.

In one day (1/2h fishing) I made 30.000 XP + bonus from my 2 telescopic rods = 50.000XP.

The silver was $166 + 2 café orders for a total of $203.

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The next day the result was about the same, with less fishes but a shad trophy.

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I used mayfly on FC 3.2 kg and #16, cast where the current is fast.
It was fun as I had a fish every 30 seconds (non flagged fishes were discarded).
The third rod can be cast in the hole nearby for zander and bream but the results were not very good.

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Targeting bleaks at ~60:146, left of the jetty, between it and the reeds, casting medium far in the current, with a light setup : 2 telescopic 8m and 7m, FC 3.2kg, nature fly, depth 33cm.

Good surprise: sichels were there, for a bait and at a depth I did not expect them.

Non stop casting during half an hour of game, till late in the night (01:00h): 35 pieces / $147

 

 

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White-eye Bream spot (after 2/2/21 update)

Few Roach/nase/perch but mainly white eye

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95:141 clip 10 east

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Setup I used (loop rig)

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Only one of these but a trophy

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Species: Ukrainian Lamprey
Baits: A bunch of algae [See weekly records]
Spot: 21:157  square:A2
Clip: 21:157[Clip 10m],
Fishing method: Bottom[Simple bottom rig, loop rig],


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Spot:

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Setup:

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On 3/12/2021 at 10:07 AM, Lepin55 said:

Species: Ukrainian Lamprey
Baits: A bunch of algae [See weekly records]
Spot: 21:157
Clip: 21:157[Clip 10m],
Fishing method: Bottom[Simple bottom rig, loop rig],


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Spot:

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Setup:

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what area?

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Hi all!

 

As I'm testing a spot for black sea kutums, I've noticed that 95.173 is a quite interesting place with some potential.

I'm already not very far from trophy size for species like wild carp and russian sturgeons at this place. The bite rate is quite slow, but from time to time, results get better.

It's not a place to farm silver, don't expect much money. But I believe there are some nice trophies.

Interesting fact: it's already several days that I get some small black sea belugas (from 3 to 38kg). I don't target them yet, so if you are interest, you should try with baitfishes like perches and gibel carps (weekly records).

About baits: for wild carp, river and zebra mussels seem to work the best here (I've tried nightcrawlers, but mussels were better. I've also tried some boilies with crab&mussels/atlantic mussel/black caviar flavor, but nearly no fishes). About the russian sturgeon, he seems to prefer river mussels over anything else. I've tried rhino beetle larva, crayfish tail, mole cricket, cockchafer larvas. But river mussels continue to give the best results for me.

 

Coords: 95.173 E1

Clip: 20m

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Setup (loop rig)

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Fishes

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