A Morning Session Lure Fishing For Perch – It’s A Great Way To Get More Angling In When Time Is Tight

I’ve said it numerous times previously – and no doubt will also do so again in the future – that lure angling is a great way to get lots of extra sessions in.

You travel light, the tackle fits comfortably in the boot and the moment you cast out, you’re fishing. There’s no building up a swim, in fact you go to the fish rather than expect them to come to you.

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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.