Spinning Fishing Techniques

Spinning fishing is very fun because it allows you to be a kind of puppeteer that seduces the fish, and then catch them without respite. Now the art of seducing a fish with a lure is extensive, it is composed of several techniques of spinning fishing, where our movements with the rod, will create a different effect under the water, being able to thus try to the fish that we have in the crosshairs.

Today at PescaCosmar we will teach you how to make your fishing lures alive with the 5 basic spinning techniques that will help you to evolve as a professional fisherman in this mode.

Spinning fishing technique “Lineal Retrive”

Basically it is used to bring back the lure, and does not require certain movements or positions, you can start with this technique while you get used to your fishing equipment and you are learning the needs of each species.

Nevertheless with this movement it is difficult to obtain captures efficiently, unless you use a very realistic lure, that only when following the line you create your own movements, that is to say, the lures of troll will go very well, and will serve you if you go Fishing in boat.

Fishing technique spinning “Walk the dog”

This is a very simple technique in which the decoy changes direction constantly, creating a displacement in short Zig-Zag.

It is executed as follows:

  1. To place in a dock or risk that is to a certain height of the waters.
  2. Throw the bass line at a medium distance.
  3. To lower or to point to the water with the cane, that is to say, the cane would have the handle at lacquer level, whereas the tip would be pointing or submerged a little in the water.(Diving)
  4. With the dominant hand, move the reed as if we were using a small hammer, tapping dry.
  5. With the other hand slowly pick up the line with the spool.

From these basic steps you can perform other techniques, releasing the thread and picking up slower the lure creates wider zigzag, instead if it picks up quickly with the taut wire, the lure marks a violent and elusive zig-zag.

This technique is highly recommended for predatory fish living near the surface, therefore, recommended lures are poppers, light walkers and stickbaits .

The Sea Master lure itself creates an interesting splash that catches the attention of nearby predators, even if they are not on the surface, swimming in Zig-Zag this lure is irresistible.

Fishing technique spinning “Stop and Go”

The following technique is one of the best known, since it allows an infinite amount of variants. In short, Stop and Go consists of swimming and stopping. Like a binary code you can create a routine to your liking or be completely random.

How to Run Stop and Go:

  1. Launch as usual.
  2. Bring the cane tip down, in the same way as with the prior art.
  3. Collect the line normally with the reel at an average speed.
  4. Make 1, 2 or 3 dry blows so that the lure creates a sudden movement in the water.
  5. Stop, avoid any movement or pick up for a few seconds.
  6. Repeat from the third step, until a fish chop or until we have the decoy back.

The Stop and Go spinning technique is very tempting for mistrustful predators as decoy movements simulate injured or endangered fish fairly well. This technique can be implemented almost any time, but we recommend using a lure that works well at medium depths. Avoid noisy poppers or lures. Among the most versatile lures, we have the Mucho Lucir of the Maria brand, which come in varied color presentations and can dive to the desired depth at high speed, its weight is perfect to work in strong currents and its colors very striking in environments With little visibility.

Fishing technique spinning “Twitching”

To try predators that hunt in the soil, we have the technique of Twitching , the movements of the cane added to a bass line that works in the depth will recreate the movements of a fish that sticks its nose in the bottom for food. That is, the blows of the wrist, raise the nose of the lure and then drop it to blow your nose and lift the tail.

How to Work the Twitching Technique:

  1. After the throw we expect the lure to sink and touch the depths.
  2. Stabilize the reed so that it is parallel to the water line and brake the reel.
  3. With the wrist of the dominant hand the cane curls up and down firmly, in short strokes.
  4. Do not pick until the fish chop or until we want to try in another area.

This technique also derives jerking and other movements, as you can run the movement more violently or make the lure instead of just sinking the nose, climb a little to the surface and swim back to the bottom.

We recommend lures with a light and striking tail because they create a more realistic illusion, vinyls are usually the most effective because they better mimic the annelids and crustaceans that live in the bottoms.

The jig heads Sakura contain a hook of the best quality and the ability to adapt tails vinyl of different colors and sizes.Attracting all kinds of voracious predators.

Fishing technique spinning “Popping”

In English the word Pop in fish refers to “to appear” reason why the technique of Popping recreates the fall and surprise appearance of a fish. The launch must be fast and the collection is at full speed to create an illusion of momentary disappearance. The technique is especially good for offshore predators, accustomed to seeing fish flee at full speed.

How to Run the Popping Technique :

  1. Fast launch at a great distance.
  2. Bring the toe down.
  3. With rapid and strong movements the toe is raised and lowered with dry movements.
  4. While picking up the line at high speed.
  5. The lures used with this técina are usually large raptors, but we recommend that you base your choice on the predators you want to fish.Normally the technique ofPopping is used to fish for tunas, so we recommend you visit our report on lures for tuna.
  6. “We hope these tips will help you practice your spinning skills and reward you with good catch, good luck and good fishing”

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“We hope these tips will help you practice your spinning skills and reward you with good catch, good luck and good fishing”

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