I was fishing using a wee jig off a breakwater when I again caught a fish – this one was even bigger than the other one. I had cast out and twitched it back , the fish had slammed into it and put a fair old bend in my rod.
I sent the picture to a fishing buddy as it looked different from the one I caught the other day and it turned out it was a Codling again only more red.
It was very cold, around 12.5 degrees so if you factor in the wind chill it was maybe around 8 degrees. I was wearing shorts and a light jumper so decided soon after this fish just to head up the road. Also my foot was throbbing as I had slipped on some rocks and banged it – it now has a painful throbbing lump.
I want to catch a Wrasse and I think I know where to get one now, problem today was the wind which made keeping in contact with my wee light 2g jiggy thingy difficult. When I got home though there was some more Marukyu Power Isome waiting for me – got some in pink this time as well.
Planning on a weekend trip up to another Highland river when I get a chance. In the meantime it will be racking up the species with this wee outfit in the salt. Funny thing is that the Codling took so close that I reckon you could catch one on the fly given half a chance. Something for the future perhaps?