Pike, perch - two leashes and a hook

For catching a large predator in open water.

This situation is familiar: doesn’t bite spinning, do you have to be wiser with bait and wiring? There are times when you feel like there is a fish, sometimes a perch or pike even throws, but they don’t take the bait in any way. It is clear that if you have twenty to thirty different lures, you can still somehow pick up the treasured key to the fish, and what to do if you don’t have such a reserve with you. The answer is quite obvious: you need to turn to the instincts of fish. Pike, pike perch, perch, other predators are simply attracted by everything that somehow makes movement at the bottom, raises turbidity, moves from side to side, vibrates and makes beats. Such movements induce the fish to throw, it shows interest in such a movement and instinctively approaches the bait. And at this moment, the main thing is not to stop, but to continue to win back the bottom with your bait. Sometimes, such posting helps, but the second question arises, but how to draw the bait at the bottom, play it there, but be sure that the risk of a hook is minimal? Here I will tell about such a simple design. Of course, under normal conditions, such tackle will lose to other methods of equipment, since it is geared specifically for fishing at the bottom, almost completely eliminating the possibility of fishing in the upper layers of the water and in the midway. On the other hand, if the depth of the site does not exceed 2 meters, it can be said that the bait at the bottom is “visible” to all representatives of the aquatic environment: those who are at the bottom and those whose life is in the upper layers of the water.

So, for installation you need to take two leashes, a tee or an offset hook, a sinker. The hook is mounted between the leashes, the sinker is fastened in the usual way from the bottom of the leash, and the upper part of the second leash is attached to the main fishing line. Silicone bait or live fish is hooked.

The meaning of fishing is

Having planted rubber, you need to make a cast. At the tip of the spinning track when the tackle lies on the bottom, then lightly pull and begin to slowly rewind. You can make jig movements, but the usual easy winding is quite enough. The main thing is to maintain constant tension - this is a guarantee that the rubber (twister, vibrotail, fish) are at a distance from the bottom, approximately equal to the length of the lower leash. In this case, the sinker will go down, create constant turbidity, raise grains of sand and tear small water plants, and the bait will go higher. This creates all the prerequisites for a predator attack. I repeat, the method is not a panacea for lack of bite, but when there is no bite, all methods are good. Good luck to you.

By the way, you can try to catch the bulldozer, you hardly catch a pike, but perch easily.

I advise you to read: The second hook feeder