I’ve said it on many occasions in the past – and without doubt will continue to do so into the future – but lure fishing is great when time is tight.
Many anglers, particularly at certain times of their life, find it difficult in terms of free time. Don’t stop fishing, just think outside the box.
Although it’s nice to spend hours at the water’s edge, it’s not always possible. That’s where lure fishing comes into its own.
The rod’s already made up and you don’t need to prepare a swim. Plus, you don’t need much gear. It’s all about travelling light.
Another short session for me this evening, with just the one perch on the bank. As always, though, I enjoyed it, and that’s the important thing.
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The video, also below, contains a few other thoughts as well.
The tackle I fished with was as follows: Fox Rage Ultron drop shot rod, Fox Rage Ultron 2500 reel, 10lb Sunline braid on reel.
Fox Rage Illusion fluorocarbon 10lb 3oz (2 metres) joined to the braid with a small swivel.
Fox Rage micro jig head 1g size 4 hook. Berkley powerbait 2 inch rubber minnow. All knots (3) blood knots.