Finesse Fishing with Natural Baits

Lightweight Material, fine lines and lures discrete. The bases of the finesse fishing style, widely used in fishing for black bass with artificial lures, may also be applied in the capture of major trophies in the fish-and-pay, with natural baits. Why? Very simple to do. Fish as tambaquis, gilded and painted become increasingly more sly as that increases their residence time in the lakes and tanks of the fishing grounds.

Finesse Fishing With Natural Baits

Those who have never passed through the suspense of watching a large fish reaching the bolts of the bait, near the surface, and watch it ignore the bait offered? The reason may be hidden in the choices of material used, possibly too “heavy” for the fish in question, even if its size is large. Lines, hooks, baits and mainly buoys can be adapted with success to the style finesse fishing.

> Lines: as the sets finesse are invariably very light, the ideal to be able to good pitches is to use thin line, if possible multifilament;

> The leaders/whips: the fluorocarbon is as useful in fishing as in any other location or modality. Its already known transparency makes it very barely visible under the water. And the high resistance to abrasion compensates, in a certain way, not the use of ties of steel, which are among the most responsible for the refugadas of the fish to the baits;

> Hooks: use models as delicate as you possibly can, with thin stems and preferably painted in neutral colors, such as black.

> Floats and beads: this fishery used to be more productive a few years ago, but in the lakes with great fishing pressure, his performance dropped. The main solution found was to increase the length of the whip or leader to the fish not to see the buoy. Today, it is possible to find buoys craft made with material transparent plastic or cork, much more discrete than traditional. Allow you to use a short whip of a few centimeters, just below the buoy.

> Reels or reels: the second option is only recommended if the angler already has intimacy with the equipment.

>> Tambaquis in miçanga

– Float cork (main)

– 1 to 1.2 m of leader 0.30 mm, fluorocarbon

– Float small (auxiliary) EVA or styrofoam

– Miçanga with hooks wide gap number 1

– With the aid of a slingshot own to feed, throw in a small amount, and then to the buoy, in the same location

>> Gold and painted in the shaggy herd

– Class set 20 pounds

– Braided line 0,18 mm

– Hook 2/0 to 4/0 long stem, black

– ½ Sausage (chicken, since it floats), strung with elastic

>> Tilapia and pacus in the feed with the drips

– Set light to medium, class 12 and 17 pounds

The leader – fluorocarbon 0.20 mm

– Ration soaked in brandy, with at least 2 hours in advance (do not moisten too much)