I spent a week last week back in my hometown, Oki Island.
The weather was clear, the waves were quiet, and it was a great day for fishing.
The next day after I returned, I woke up early at 5:00 a.m. and prepared to fish just in time for breakfast, leaving the port at 6:30 a.m. We headed for the outer sea, but as we came from the inner sea to the outer sea, the waves suddenly became high and we hesitated, thinking that our small boat would not be able to make it. However, I slowed down and managed to get to the 00 meter line.
As soon as the 120 gram weight hit the bottom, the fishing rod went into the water. I came all the way home from Osaka just to feel this unique fishing feeling.
After that, for nearly three hours, he caught 40 to 50 red snapper in a state of eating. However, it is a small boat in the middle of the Sea of Japan, which is not a single area in the San’in region, so there is no shade at all. I was too old and too hot to compete with the heat of my age, so I was on my way home by 11:00.
The next day and the day after that were similar, and last week I spent a whole week fishing.