Lower Part of the Anuyi River
Anuyi is a big mountain river. In the lower part, Anuyi flows through a wide valley and is divided into numerous channels. In summer and early autumn, the water in this area is too warm for grayling and lenok, but too cool for warm-loving Amur fish. Of the fish that are interesting for fishing, pike, Amur ide, and flat-headed asp live here.
Along the river we see lots of cormorants
The trophy pike today is not in a biting mood
Many narrow channels are blocked with log jams
Amur ide (chebak) is quite a predatory fish that is eagerly biting various spinning lures and streamers