In the fall on silicone and plumb baubles

Which spinners and whom are they plumbed in the fall? "Vertical advantage." Glowing silicone and foam in depth. Trophies.

Autumn spinning fishing on spinners and silicone baits is, of course, much more common than on the same baits, only by way of sheer spinning. Meanwhile, vertical fishing during the off-season can be quite successful and can be a kind of dress rehearsal before the first ice.

What spinners are plumbed?

If we talk about spinners, then heavy baits are used for sheer spinning at a depth: trihedrals for pike perch, castmaster, heavy vibrators, pilkers, foam fish on a jig head or “cheburashka” sinkers, and, of course, silicone. And recently, silicone has already become edible, smelling of some kind of aquatic creature, fish, shrimp, crayfish. Such rubber is also suitable for sheer gleaming.

Shallow Perch

For catching perch at shallow depths, vertical perch spinners are very effective at this time. Here, at medium and shallow depths, perch on small twisters is often very well caught. The technique of the game is very simple and consists only in raising the bait and lowering it down to the bottom. At the same time, twisters play very actively with their large “tails”. In a good perch place and at the right time, just such fishing can be very successful, especially if an experienced bait is found by experience. Often it is small twisters and or silicone worms that bring luck in the form of medium and rather large perches.

“Vertical Advantage”

Vertical baits have a great advantage in the speed of the fishing process when compared to stepped spinning wiring. A mean and rational plumb bob can be very effective if a flock of perch is found. Here you only need to quickly remove prey and immediately lower the bait to the greedy mouths of the predator again. Winter white spinners often compete in success with small bright or modestly colored, but smelling crayfish or shrimp twisters.

Pike perch in the plumb line

Pikeperch fishing is also more successful in late spring on vertical spinners than on spinning. However, it depends on the specific reservoir and location. But there is no more catching tackle on the Volga brow of the Volga than a short spinning with a nod or a winter pike perch with a heavy winter lure or massive lead mormyska, on the hook of which a tulle is hooked. Recently spoiled pike perch and on baubles takes mainly only with transplanting sprats. In this case, the baubles can be very simple, often hastily made home-made. Even the “nail” bait, which is almost not deflected to the side, with planted tulle, is often caught by planning spinners. In the monotonous and primitive game of "carnations" there is, apparently, something mesmerizing for zander. The game consists of short flies from the bottom, but sometimes it’s worth changing the nature of the game and switching to more smooth and wide raises of the fishing rod.

Pike plumb

The pike is not so actively picking on baits in the plumb line, but in places on deep browes it is quite successfully caught on fluctuating summer spinners, especially on signature Kuusamov baits. Moreover, quite broad Finnish spinners, which are designed for fishing in the summer and early autumn, work quite effectively. Such spinners require a short and sharp view of the fishing rod. The mode set at the same time makes the bait go far from the vertical line and make many oscillatory movements during its fall to the bottom. Even at the bottom, such a spinner makes fading movements, spinning around itself. Often on these rotations the predator’s grip follows. Therefore, it is necessary to maintain a pause, even deliberately overexposing it. Often on a pause, impatient anglers lose a lot of potential bites.

Glowing silicone and foam in depth

For fishing at depths, luminous silicone lures on heavy eared sinkers - “cheburashka” are sometimes very well suited. Quite large fluorescent twisters, shrimps, octopuses and other baits, noticeable in the depths, are often productive evenings and early dawns. Also work well in plumb and foam fish. They "poke" into the bottom and stand almost vertically, oscillating under the stream. Such a non-standard game often attracts curious large predators.


In late autumn, it is not uncommon to bite trophy zander and sheer flashing from a boat to spinners and mormyshki with a tyulka, as well as to other listed baits, can very well bring trophy fish, which was very expected and desired during the autumn off-season, which in recent years has often been delayed until the middle December.