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Tackle for pike

There is no simpler and more catchy way than spinning fishing for dead fish. We present a pike fishing tackle, which bears the name of Englishman Jim Vincent.

Elements of the tackle

Jim Vincent's rigging consists of a minimum of details. Material losses during hooks remain within reasonable limits, since individual parts of the tackle are relatively inexpensive.

For installation, the following are required:

Tackle for pike
1 surgical clamp, 2 dead perch, 3 reel with steel leashes and tees.

Tip: dead fish are wrapped one by one in a film and so frozen. They do not freeze into a lump and it is convenient to put them on a tackle.

Installation of a pike tackle

A dead bait fish is impaled on a tee with a steel leash. The finished tackle is fastened to a carabiner with a swivel attached to the main one fishing line.

Surgical clamp to pass through the mouth of a dead fish
A surgical clamp is passed through the mouth of a dead fish to the anal opening.
Grab the upper loop of the steel leash drag it through the fish
Grab the upper loop of the steel leash and drag it through the fish.
Insert one tee hook
Stick one tee hook into the hard skin at the anal fin.
Two other hooks remain free
The other two hooks remain free.

Bait wiring

Using a pendulum cast to send the bait straight to the snags
Use a careful pendulum cast to send the bait straight to the snags, forcing it to dance almost immediately. It is difficult to do this with artificial bait on shallow reservoirs.

The bait fish is thrown into pike places, to the edges of algae or bushes, under the hanging crowns of trees, or the bends of rivers are deliberately fished. Unlike artificial bait, a dead fish is sedentary by itself, so you need to breathe life into it with soft pulls.

The bait is slowly sinking
The bait slowly sinks, and when pulled, it trembles like a wounded fish. No spinner behaves as naturally and does not smell as attractive as a fish on a tackle.



When biting, which manifests itself in the form of a more or less noticeable push, you should immediately open the bow of the logger so that the pike can freely pull the fishing line. Anglers who are used to fishing with artificial baits will have to learn to suppress the undercut reflex in order to give the fish the opportunity to be reliably detected. You can cut it only with the second pull. Mother pike
The mother pike could not resist the slow wiring of the fish.
Hand on the line
The hand on the fishing line will feel when the pike stops and starts turning the bait fish over. With the hooking, you should wait until the re-tightening!

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