Fishing with spinning

Fishing with spinning

Fishing with spinning is leading (pulling) natural or artificial bait in this way, that it imitates one of the ordinary food ingredients of predatory fish as faithfully as possible. These fish usually feed on smaller fish, thus, dummy fish also dominate the range of spinning lures. However, less typical lures resembling e.g.. some aquatic animals (frog) or land (mouse etc.). The possibility of catching predators with artificial lures is based on an assumption, that predatory fish capture a moving prey with a sudden attack; rarely have they the opportunity to test its truthfulness.

There are discussions about the issue of fidelity in imitating natural patterns by artificial lures, practically only "by fault."” fishing tackle manufacturers. Profits from this belong only to trading. Any of the more experienced anglers can probably tell, that the success of spinning depends primarily on the correct guiding of the lure, and not to what extent the imitation is similar to its pattern. Can you, for example, expect a sum from an attacker, that in twilight, before the attack, he will relish the beautiful and faithfully painted eyes of the artificial mouse?Such a summary of the essence of spinning may seemingly prove it, that it is enough to learn the basics of fishing technique that allows for indispensably long and accurate casts, then just patiently turn the handle of the reel and expect to accidentally take a fish. In reality, however, fishing with spinning is more complicated. In addition to mastering the fishing technique, the angler must thoroughly learn about the life and behavior of the fish. Talent is also important - “fishing nose”. So in order not to increase the number of anglers”, let us be guided by the following principles:

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