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Fishing for perch on spinning. Hegen snap-in

Perch tricks

Finding a perch is not always easy. Anyone who wants to catch him will have to go to some tricks.

Fishing for perch on spinning. Hegene snap-in
Crushed eggshells in the bait excites the curiosity of perches.

The spinning rod bent, the small pilker got stuck in the perch mouth. We drop anchor the flock is detected. The only question is, how long will she stay under the boat? Sometimes you catch only two or three fish, and the perches disappear again. However, there is one trick that will allow you to hold the fish in place longer. For example, a pinch of crushed eggshells or scales of bleak. The particles shimmering in the light, slowly sinking in the water, will surely attract the attention of curious perches and make them stay in place. At the same time, you can throw in the usual bait for bleak, so that the feed the fish did not leave.

On a double lobe

Perch on a tandem of rotating spinners
Perch on a tandem of rotating spinners.

Often curious perches chase a spinning spinner, but do not take it. In this situation, it is worth trying to catch a tandem of rotating spinners. We are talking about a bait with two sequentially placed petals. It creates more powerful shock waves and excites perches in a very special way. To make a tandem yourself, you will need two spinners. With the first of them, you need to remove the tee and connect it with the second spinner with a clockwork ring. The double spinner is ready.

Perch loves perch

What color should the perch bait have? Among his favorites are yellow and red. However, perch is not always caught on baits of flashy color. It happens, especially in clear water, perches just run away from them. If there are doubts, it is better to catch on baits of natural color. Just which one? Perch is a cannibal, he willingly eats small individuals of his species all his life.

Perch willingly takes baits painted to match its own juveniles
It looks like a perch: it willingly takes baits painted to match its own young.

Therefore, it is worth using a small wobbler of perch coloring. Especially in the calculation of timid perches in clear water. If you want to make the bait even more natural, put a small perch on a large single hook (or on a tiny tackle), put an additional sinker and use such equipment for spinning fishing.

Search using hegen

Although perches are found in almost all reservoirs, it is often difficult to find them. Since perch rarely walks alone, we suggest using hegene to search for fish. Hegene is a rig with three to five side leashes and a pear-shaped sinker at the end of the main line. Imitations of nymphs, the smallest wobblers or vibro-tails are tied to the side leashes. Hegene reminds perches of a flock of small things worth hunting. Predators attack together.

A flock of perches
If you managed to find a flock of perches, then often several fish sit on the hooks at once.

Often perches are caught on several hooks at once, and when fishing out fish, other, undetected predators follow their fellows until they discover a mistake in front of the boat itself. When vyvazhivanii, some fish break down.

Playing with bait when fishing for perch

Perches like movable lures, for example, an earthworm.

If an earthworm wriggles and bounces over the bottom, it will definitely attract the attention of curious fish. Swimming up to him, they will certainly bite, even if they only want to taste the worm. Well, after that they won't let him go...

The worm twitching behind the Walker sliding sinker may well bring this or that fish to the grip. Before the hook, you can install a glowing bead, which serves as an additional irritant for the fish. Wiring techniques should be varied.

One day it is enough to lead the worm with small twitches over the bottom, the other day the equipment should bounce to bring the fish out of their stupor. The bait wiring should be varied.

Let's note one more detail. If you give the snap-in a rest to, for example, light a cigarette, then you still have a chance to bite. A consolation trophy can be a roach, bream or even an eel.

Snap-in installation instructions

A sliding sinker is put on the fishing line
A Walker sliding sinker (10 g) is put on a fishing line with a diameter of 0.23 mm.
Install a rubber bead
A rubber bead is installed as a buffer in front of the sinker.
A swivel with a carbine is tied to the end of the main fishing line
With a palomar knot, a swivel with a carbine is tied to the end of the main fishing line.
A leash is inserted into the swivel carbine
A 50-70 cm long leash from a fishing line with a diameter of 0.18-0.20 mm is inserted into the swivel carbine.
A luminous bead is strung on a leash
A luminous bead is strung on a leash.
A hook is tied to the end of the leash
A hook No. 8-12 made of thin wire is tied to the end of the leash with a clinch knot.
The luminous bead is pulled up to the hook
The glowing bead is pulled up to the hook and fixed with a small lead pellet.

The worm is impaled on the hook in such a way that it stretches in length. About a three-centimeter piece of the worm is left free so that it can curl seductively in the water.

The worm is impaled on the hook

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