Sunday, May 5, 2013

Hasslö week 18.

We had our doubts werever we were to early to Hasslö this year and as it looks right now, with most of the boats current fishing are reporting nice catches. Week 19 would have been a better choice for a larger number of landed fish on our boat. We still had a good week. Even though we didn't catch any bigger than 11,5 kg we had a chance on the big ones. One 21kg was caught out of Ronneby so the big ones were around. We got 5 days of fishing during the week so we had our chances to get wh at we looked for. Meanwhile searching the bigger salmon we had 7 fish taken up. They weighed between 7 and 11,5kg. We also had a number of undersized salmons added to our catch. None garfish, due to the cold water. 3,5 degrees is not garfishes favorite temperature.
Maybe we'll give Hasslö a go the coming weekend. We'll see.
Now it's going to be interesting to see what Havs & Vatten Myndigheten will decide concerning the salmons in the Baltic sea. There is most likely new regulations coming. Hopefully rules restricting number of fish landed, ie baglimits and amount of rods on the boat. 15-20 rods on a sportsfisherboat just doesn't look good!

It would be nice to catch fish as shown bellow by fellow fisherman and us, also in the future.

Bert with salmon.

Salmon on the dinnertable isn't to bad. Windy days can
be spent on Wäggahamnens fishrestaurant in Karlshamn.
Kari Mansukoski & Co. took some nice fish on their stay on Hasslö.
This is what it is about: Two 16kg. fish from waters around Hasslö. Congratulations:-)
Jonte "Grosshnadlarn" with a nice 16.5kg salmon caught at the downrigger
10 fot down. That must have been a strike to remember!! Struggling just
pays back. A fair fish for Jonte. Cons.

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