Daiwa oscillating lures

Daiwa oscillating lures

Spinner Daiwa Masau

The spinner Daiwa Masau with a clear holographic image on the inside and outside of the head of the fish (eyes and gill covers) was originally conceived as a salmon bait for extreme fishing. But like any well-designed multifunctional spinner, it quickly entered the arsenal of spinningists around the world, equally successfully seducing predatory fish on both sides of the ocean. In our conditions, this is an indispensable bait for catching almost all predators living in deep rivers, experiencing a powerful poaching, ecological and fishing press.

Pike perch, pike, catfish notice a lure at a considerable distance from the parking place and attack it resolutely, if not greedily. The explanation for this is quite simple: when fluctuations of different intensities, the predator perceives it as a natural volumetric bait. In part, this effect is achieved due to the complex geometry of the profile (different thicknesses along the length of the spinner). Golden yellow color of the spinner with a red tint over a scaly surface enhances the predator's instincts (the effect of a wounded fish).

It is equally successful in provoking a predator to its grip by dragging it languidly along the bottom of the pond (playing on a pause during a free swim), and at the same time, the bait can “give odds” to many highly specialized asp baits, noticeably surpassing them in terms of catchability. The streamlined shape and a single hook allow it to glide along the most turbulent and protracted rifts without hooks and grazing on the protrusions of the bottom. “Dead” hooks are extremely rare, because, having stumbled upon obstacles in the form of a stone or a tree, bounced off, it changes the direction of movement and goes to the side along a wide arc. Thanks to a single hook of a special shape, the lure can be caught in rather cluttered places. The spinner is an excellent bait when fishing in a plumb line, but in this case, replacing a single hook with a tee is necessary.

Spinner Daiwa Soho S

From the best side in spinning fishing, fishing in the plumb line from the ice and through open water showed themselves oscillating baubles, which, in fact, are universal lures. I must say bluntly: there are not many such spinners, but it is they who often help the fisherman in the most hopeless situations, both in winter and in summer.


About Daiwa Soho S spinner, we can say that this is one of the most successful lures, fully adapted to the conditions of fishing in rivers and ponds with a weak current in the European part of Russia. Spoon-bait possesses a stable, stably attracting fish game both at different speeds of posting and during free swimming (a pause in the winding of the fishing line). The baits weighing 7 g and 10 g perfectly hold the specified fishing horizon and are slightly susceptible to extrusion by the current into the upper layers of the water at an average speed of posting. Although, of course, in large rivers, the maximum effect of using spinners is achieved only in whirlpools and backwaters.

During a pause in the wiring, the spinner with a high oscillation frequency moves along a smooth arc, exactly copying the movement of the weakened fish falling to the bottom. In a moderate course, it is enough for the spinning player to bring the bait to the fishing area of ​​interest to him and withstand the necessary pause. Usually this is quite enough to provoke the fish to grip.
The advantages of the bait include the fact that the weight balance and the original form allow casting far beyond 30–35 meters without special efforts. The wobble fluctuations during the posting are so natural that the predator takes it for a living fish during the grip, and therefore swallows it quite deeply, so it is impossible to do without a leash when fishing on the Daiwa Soho S. The natural movement of the bait is evidenced by the fact that any of the models in the weight range can be safely carried through a flock of shy fish and not scare it away. This is one of the time-tested selection criteria for spinners before fishing.

Spinning, side fishing rod

Since talk on fishing fishing pages is rare about plumb bait, many people have a certain stereotype regarding the choice of bait. It seems to them that all lures should be compact, moderately voluminous and very similar in shape, i.e. with insignificant dimensions to weigh very decently. This, without a doubt, has its own homespun truth. At great depths and strong currents it is impossible to catch fish without specialized spinners. But we forget that most often an active predator stays at depths from 3 m to 7 meters and is not necessary on the course (a typical example of a lake and reservoirs in central Russia, including the Rybinsk Reservoir, where a depth of 10 meters is a rarity). In addition, the vast majority of lures for plumbing was developed quite a long time ago, when there were not just a lot of fish, but a lot of them. And therefore, no one was going to spend extra time on delivering the bait to the fish table. The formula for catching "quickly lowered – quickly caught" is irrevocably a thing of the past.

Nowadays, due to the reduction in the number of predatory fish, the situation has fundamentally changed, of course, the spinners have also changed. Although some spinners continue to fish in the old fashioned way, referring to the waders with great distrust. Here, in our case, many believe that the lure under consideration is a typical spinning lure, thin, with a complex bend and low weight, and therefore unsuitable for plumb fishing. In fact, these parameters provide a lively impulsive game and stable interest in the vast majority of predatory fish. The spinner's center of gravity is located in such a way that with a weight of 7 g it easily reaches approximately a depth of 5–7 meters, without deviating from the vertical axis. In this case, the fisherman spends only 1.5-2 seconds more than when fishing on a typical bait.

The spinner is easily controllable and stable, which allows you to perform various fishing techniques, depending on the activity of the fish. The shape of the bait and its low weight provides a live, interesting fish game without failures, with a clear repeating pattern. During the planning phase, the spinner, moving in an arc, does not fail, but for a long time flutters with side edges, resembling a falling leaf or a goldfish, and additionally attracts a predator due to the movement of water micro-flows through holes in the body of the bait.

Fishing tricks

The lure on open water or the first ice before dumping is sharply thrown up (turned on), after which it drops for some time already horizontally, finely shaking (vibrating) the side surfaces. Having chosen a fishing line, the lure moves almost vertically 10-15 cm from the lower point of discharge. The force of the toss (jerk) varies depending on the degree of activity of the fish. During the dead-end period, the baits quite smoothly rise with slight acceleration. But even in this period of fishing a weak toss of the bait is necessary. A pause after a reset is maintained for at least 5-7 seconds. In no case should one part, as a light bait can fluctuate for a long time even with a slight bottom current. Spoon-bait repeatedly helped me out by plumbing in lakes and rivers both in winter and in summer. Moreover, greedy bites of pike perch and perch were often observed at the moment of complete cessation of biting on moving baits (fishing by spinning).

It has long been noticed that fish periodically changes feed objects. In practice, this means that if you stop biting spinning – catch it in a plumb line, if, of course, the depth allows, always experiment. About fishing from ice, I can say that Daiwa Daiwa Soho S spinners are my secret weapon when fishing for zander and perch on the Rybinsk Reservoir. Bites on this bait follow much more often and longer than on the other spinners. It is unacceptable to equip a tee with a hair plumage or a fur brush on this bait, since the bait immediately loses its originality in the game.

Spinner Daiwa Silver Creek Spoon

Spinner Silver Creek Spoon is one of the most versatile modern spinners in the world. The spinner is ideal for fishing on the stream. Trout, ide, chub, pike, perch, perch, asp when weakening the active bite for most baits are caught on Silver Creek Spoon almost as stable as on live fish in the presence of zhora. The Daiwa Silver Creek Spoon Spinner is always one of the most reliable fish tests in the river. Well, if the fish does not take this bait, most likely, it is absent or very few. The game of the bait and its color imitates the fry so naturally that it attracts fish equally stably both in a muddy river after long torrential rains and in a crystal-clear stream.

Unfortunately, the weight range of the spinner models does not allow its use in fishing in large rivers with a strong current. There are no "left" silver replicas of the original on the fishing market, obviously because the technology for making the bait is clearly "too tough" for Asian producers, but high-quality fantasies are quite common among Russian "craftsmen".

South Korean-made Pallett Spoon plastic spinner commissioned by Daiwa
These baits are a plate made of transparent plastic with a metal ball pressed into it. The weight of the spinner plate itself is negligible, therefore, 98% it depends on the weight of the ball. As a rule, balloons of different weights – balancers are pressed into standard housings. That is why lures of the same size weigh differently. Usually their weight ranges from 1 to 3 g. The photo shows spinners weighing 1.5 g and 2.5 g. Spinners are quite volatile, the effect of the ball is a balancer, but they have an unstable, rather specific game:
– flaccid swaying during posting;
– shallow upon falling.
In the last three to four years, spinners – records have become widespread among serious fans of extra ultralight. It is noted that during a sharp decline in the activity of predatory fish, the number of grabs on these baubles is comparable to fishing for small fish.

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