Fishing on the Yeysk spit


The city of Yeysk is located on a promontory that juts out 3 kilometers into the Sea of Azov. On one side of this spit lies the Taganrog Bay, on the other is the Yeysk estuary of the Sea of Azov.

The city of Yeysk is located on a promontory that juts out 3 kilometers into the Sea of Azov. On one side of this spit lies the Taganrog Bay, on the other is the Yeysk estuary of the Sea of Azov. Here you’ll find seashell islands, where seagulls, cormorants and heron. And from the shore, fish hybrids are caught. RTG TV host Denis Golovko goes in search of the pelengas and buffalo fish, and discovers the local specifics in the tackle and tricks of the trade that bring success when fishing in the shallow waters of the Sea of Azov.