August marks the end of the trout season in Poland. How quickly it has passed, right? We were just battling January frost and tired spawning fish, and in a few days, we’ll begin counting down to the New Year’s opening. How was this trout season? What did it bring? Slowly, we can attempt a small summary. Especially since the Libra Lures brand can also consider the passing season successful. The premiere of several new models from the flagship Trout Series, such as Fatty D’Worm Tournament, Flex Worm, Larva Multi, and Turbo Worm, reverberated widely in the spinning world. We have received, are receiving, and hope to continue receiving numerous photos of your catches. We’re delighted that with our lures, you’re surpassing your PB’s, catching plenty of fish, and achieving successes even in the highest-ranking competitions.
Classics of this season included surefire hits like Larva, Largo, Dying Worm, Kukolka, and Fatty D’Worm. These latter lures, still being used in the August catches, are not the easiest. Rapidly forming storm cells brought local, intense rainfalls that caused localized rises in water levels in rivers. Such abrupt fluctuations don’t aid in fishing, as fish are constantly “repositioned,” and the post-storm “coffee” is probably not liked by any angler. The last decade of this month will undoubtedly mark farewell trips, not only for us but for many, before the period of trout abstinence.
The end of the trout season undoubtedly heralds the upcoming autumn. Consequently, many anglers will shift their focus to our “flagship” predators. Enthusiasts of catching catfish, pike, zander, and perch should also reassess the contents of their tackle boxes, as the ongoing season is the time of the premiere of the entire “Bass Series” product line, which, let’s not shy away from this word, is revolutionary in many aspects on our market. Various variations of broadly understood worms allow for the application of dozens of diverse rigs and presentations, and consequently, entice all predators in various, hitherto unknown ways. However, you must remember that the lures of the “Bass Series” are not the only offering directed at catching large predators. You’ve surely seen the “Predator Series” tab on our website, presenting prototypes of our lures and the enigmatic “coming soon.” And that “soon” is closer than you expect! Wait patiently!