Rynda week 30 ending 22th of July 2016
This week a multinational team from UK, France, Slovenia and Iceland fished here at Rynda. Fishing conditions were not easy, the most influencing factor now is very low water. However, our anglers still managed to land 105 fish, and many others were lost!
Because we didn’t have any rain for quite a long time, water continuously was dropping from 0,66 to 0,61 cm, and it’s almost the minimum level. In general, the weather was warm with water temperature around 16С.
The fishing results spreaded not equally among the rods and most of the anglers found their way to catch salmon. For example, Hubert and Yves enjoyed themselves fishing on a White Bomber, sometimes loosing 7 fish in one day. Sean and Andrew were successfully using tiny 10-12 Jeamie fly, landing fish up to 18 lbs on it.
As previous week, Bombers, hitched flies, Sunrays and Francis did a very good job.
Generally saying, fishing had a variable character. One day Cedo and Yann were fishing from Tolstoy down, and they managed to land 10 fish for the day. Very next day the upper beat delivered them only one fish, and it was quite a common pattern for the week.
Fresh fish were still coming into the river, and more than half of the fish from the last week were fresh.
A memorable highlight must be mentioned. The commemorative ASR ring was given to our ASR veteran Alan. Congratulations!
Thanks to all our guests for the wonderful week!