The article provides a description of fishing for cranken bait. Overview of lures, color, acoustics, equipment, fishing rod for fishing.
These nimble and catchy little wobblers are also called krenkbeits, and simply - krenki. Their fate is not entirely clear. The success of the rolls is similar to the graph curves during crises - from total denial to enthusiastic worship. Probably, it all depends on the models of these baits, which are becoming more diverse in design and colors. That is why there is a wide range of opinions. But, as practice shows, krenkbeits are very successful wobblers for certain conditions, for example, Raiden Kranky S 43 wobblers that have plumage and work at a shallow depth for chub, ide and perch. Moving in the snag, these baits can successfully beat off a steep, almost vertical shovel, encountered obstacles. And they usually catch on heels in “strong” places - near grass and snags.
In addition, it is on the rolls that it is best to learn for beginners to catch on wobblers, which is not as simple as, for example, on oscillating spinners. It requires certain skills and experience. She is also called "smart fishing."
Krenki and their types
These wobblers are conditionally divided into three types. And the most characteristic of them is fet. Outwardly - this is a real fat man. So they translate its name from English. What is long and what is wide - its dimensions. And a round shape, almost a ball. This, obviously, creates a completely unpredictable and reckless game of a wobbler, which even the most inactive predator cannot but react to. The non-standard form of feta rolls helps them to work quite stably on the course, and often strong and uneven. Therefore, in such places, a large chub can become prey. In addition, the streamlined body of the feta creates the conditions for long-range casting due to good aerodynamics and the shape of the bullet.
Flat-banks, in fact, are average. They are modest in character and not as active as feta. Their element is still water, where they can fully demonstrate their capabilities. And they play well on jerking wiring due to the rather flat body. Twitchies create an intricate game to which predators react as actively. But even on a uniform wiring, these wobblers are no less successful.
Sheds include the most massive group of crank cranks. Despite the name - Shade - these wobblers do not always look like a herring, which should follow from a translation from English.
Color rolls and acoustics
Everything is simple here. For muddy water, bright baits of "acid" color are required. In clear water, the best are the natural colored heels similar to the color of live fish. Banks work well in the colors of which combine white and red, green and yellow, black and yellow, black and golden. In muddy water or at dusk, acoustic baits having a noise background will be more effective.
For small nimble heels, you need thin equipment so that the wobbler moves naturally. Therefore, it is best to put not a braided cord, but a monophilic fishing line, preferably thin, within reasonable limits, of course. In addition, a lot of fluorocarbon woods invisible in water have now appeared, which will be very successful as an element of equipment. The choice of spinning in this case should be made in favor of a medium-fast form. It should be a biting and at the same time powerful rod, equipped with a low-profile multiplier reel or a good "inertialess".