What is the best spinning lure? He sticks to a dead fish. He gives it to predators on the simplest possible system.
Speaking without exaggeration, my favorite lure is more catchy than many spinners, much cheaper than twisters and so natural, that no wobbler can match it. It is a dead fish, which I use for spinning.
This lure gave me a lot of impressions after the first time I tried to use it. That day I only took big fish and it was difficult to get the right livestock. Having no other choice, I had to settle for "consumable" fish and tried to use it as bait. I wore one, a dead fish on a single hook and I decided to treat it like a spinner. A moment later I was about to take a large pike. Adulthood can be learned quickly – after taking I studied – how to "tow", and then – when the predator jumped right in front of the landing net – I only practiced swearing.
From then on, I became a faithful supporter of spinning dead fish. I have already caught countless pike in this way also there, where I did not expect them at all. The term "spinning with a dead fish" is quite vague. Before making the first throw – a dead fish should of course be properly "armed". For this purpose, we will need them: steel leader, anchor, a needle for threading rigs and sufficiently long tweezers.
The leader is pulled with a needle through the body of the fish, starting from her anus. Due to this, that for spinning I use fish from 20 into 30 Cm, the needle is usually too short. Then I insert the tweezers into the fish's mouth, I grab the tip of the needle with them and pull it out with the leader. The leader pulls with it the "hook leg". We stick one arm of the hook into the body of the fish, and two are left free.
I give up lead completely. This allows the dead fish to slowly and freely sink towards the bottom. If the water is deeper than 4 m, then the fish's swim bladder should be pierced with the needle. Otherwise, you would have to wait too long, before the lure reaches the desired depth. He takes a lot of pike right after the cast, when a dead fish freely sinks to the bottom. If the bait comes down without a bite, I wait a minute and gently pull her towards me. A little pause, bait picking up again and so on. I wind the line on the reel with an uneven movement. In short, I try to lead the bait this way, that it is as attractive as possible for predators. The reflex of every spinning angler should be mastered at the time of the bite, consisting of a lightning-fast jam. Then we loosen the line and wait, until the pike with the bait in its mouth stops. This is the most appropriate moment to jam. I often stutter only then, when the distance between me and the fish is long.
The average weight of pike and zander caught with a dead fish is much greater than when using artificial bait. This is probably due to the lure's slow lead, triggering an instinctive attack even among large individuals. The size of the lure I use also causes, that very rarely pike "green-billed" pike are taken on it. Spinning with dead fish has this advantage as well, that it is perfect for fishing in water with a lot of snags. At worst, only the leader and treble are lost.
Bait fish are easy to come by. I catch them myself on a float or I "accidentally" approach a friend and start loudly praising the excellent quality of his equipment and his masterful fishing skills. Later, a completely innocent request for a few fish, it is rarely denied.
Thus, the more roaches we manage to organize, the better. The need to have more fish for your spinning bait is dictated by this, that one piece is enough for an average of three-quarters of an hour of intensive fishing. Each, who wants to sleep well before a fishing trip, he should freeze an adequate supply of them.