How to equip a donku and a dummy for fishing burbot. What bait is better to use on burbot.
We pour on the donk from the bottle "Agushi"
Despite the establishment of the first ice, in many places they still catch in open water. Small rivers, where the burbot is most often caught by donks and snacks, are often very overgrown with shrubs, grass and light forests. Sometimes, choosing a place suitable for fishing, you just don’t know how to throw bottom tackle from a dense coastal shovel. You will lay out the fishing line of the shower on the shore with rings, and the casting will not take place, since the fishing line will become entangled in the roots and grass. You can use a short one-handed spinning in such places, equipped with an inertia-free reel. But then such spinning rods will require several pieces, since two or three donks cannot be dispensed with for catching a burbot. Tackles must be abandoned in various places and at different depths in order to find the “path” on the burbot. It’s like catching a predator with summer or winter girders. And here, seemingly useless and completely unexpected things like bottles and jars can come in handy. And the most convenient are baby bottles from Agusha, which have a small transverse recess in the middle of plastic containers. Just under the fishing line. Such devices can be safely attributed to a new type of inertialess coils. For casting such a donkey, a clean shore is not required, since the fishing line is on a reel bottle. Casting is performed as usual - by swinging the sinker and the subsequent throw. And in the other hand is an impromptu coil directed by a cork towards the river . The line is freely dropped from the bottle, but the diameter of the main line should not exceed 0.4 mm . A coarser fishing line wound with rings will become an elastic spring and will not allow you to normally throw tackle.
The donkey equipment can be stored wound on a reel or directly on bottles, only after fishing and drying the fishing line it is better to rewind it and leave it in a more free position.
Zakidushki the easiest and most effective tackle for burbot fishing
Thicker than the fishing line on the bottoms allows you to throw massive lead sinkers over a sufficiently large distance and literally push the tackle through the aquatic vegetation. In addition, a thick fishing line is better visible in the light of a flashlight in the dead of night. Thin main fishing line is sometimes simply not to be found in the sand of a burbot. In addition, when casting, a thicker fishing line holds well in the hand without slipping, especially if you make a knot-loop on the fishing line.
In autumn, very heavy sinkers are not required for rigging snacks, for example, during a rapid run of water in floods. Enough lead spoons or lozenges weighing 150-200 grams . In the spring, sinkers often have to be set twice as heavy.
The main fishing line of snacks, as already mentioned, can be quite thick - 0.5-0.6 mm . The braid is not used in such fishing. The fishing line will go on leashes - 0.28-0.3 mm . Hooks are best used with a long forearm and quite large - No. 8-12 of domestic numbering . For hooking fish bait or cut fish, double hooks are better. When using blind snap it is better to put one leash 8-10 cm above the sinker. There will be less confusion. In addition, the nocturnal predator does not like to rise higher from the bottom, like the pikeperch, and takes the hook closest to the sinker.
But sometimes it doesn’t hurt to have two different bait on one gear, especially if the place is chosen correctly and the burbot takes here with periodic reliability. That is, here is the place of his fatli and fish "path". Then on one hook you can make a cut, snooled or live fish, and on the other - a lobe of worms. It is noticed that in the autumn it is better to take the burbot for fishing, while in the spring - for the worm. In addition, larger fish are caught on live bait and cutting, although they are taken less often than on a worm. In order for the zakidok to be two leashes lying at the bottom and not confused with each other, it is better to use sliding sinkers with holes for the fishing line. The first leash will be in front of the sinker, and the second is tied above it. Both one and the other can and should be put on the main fishing line with the help of a swivel and a clasp. The swivel protects the leash from twisting and tangling to the “beard” state, and the clasp allows you to quickly remove the caught prey without getting your fingers and fingers into the mouth and throat of the burbot, and then quickly put the spare leash. (a way to install bribes on burbot in the fall)