Silicone fish lead-head quick to find the fish in cold water
At any time of year, many predatory fish respond positively to silicone fish on a lead head. In winter this bait also allows you to get a good catch. However, it is worth considering that “silicone” should not be too active, because at low water temperatures, the fry behave calmer.
That is why the bait should not go too high from the bottom. Phase, when the silicone sinks to the bottom, should also not be very short. Otherwise, a passive predator will remain indifferent, because he would have to expend too much energy on stalking a potential victim. In muddy water, for example, the review for the predator is very limited. If the bait “usocial” 2-3 m, it may be that she just disappear from sight fish.
For this reason, great importance is the correct weight jig head. The sinker should have minimal weight, wherein are distinguishable touch the bottom of the transaction This means that after casting or action on the transaction bait will reach the bottom. but it is not falling rocks. Phase lowering “silicone” on the bottom needs to last as long as possible at not too fussy and low Bouncing artificial fish. The slow dip bait on the bottom — is an absolute trump card. After experimenting, you will quickly learn to feel what should be the weight of the sinker to a particular depth at a particular flow. Make yourself notes if required. So in the future you will save time. And in the winter it’s weight in gold, because the biting time in the icy water is very short.
Form torso silicone fish also plays an important role. Her movements should resemble the natural behavior of the fish in cold water. In such circumstances, passive lures sometimes produce the best results. The ideal choice is silicone fish with rod-shaped tail or a tail in the shape of the letter V. the so-called “passive” (No-Action Shads). To such bait in the winter the fish often reacts.
Despite the light weight of the jig head, it is possible in a relatively short period of time to hunt a large area of the reservoir. Thus, this bait is useful, if not exactly identify the location of predatory fish. It is winter in many reservoirs, the predator is held very locally. The more uniform the area, the harder it is to detect the operating point.
The conditions and type of the reservoir is irrelevant. “Passive silicone” on a light lead head in the winter is my “method # 1” that I go to find aggregations of predatory fish, but rather, work points.