Retractor Leash. Options snap. Subtleties of fishing


                    Retractable lead for perch, mounting and fishing methods
                    How to tie a leash to the main fishing line
                    Ways of mounting the diverter
                    Choice of sinkers for the drainage leash
                    Selection of hook on the tap
                    Fishing line (fluorocarbon)
                    The best bait for the diverter

                    Slug or "slug", "worm"
                    Spinner spinner
                    Other bait

                    Pike and Pike Perch Leash
                    Video: Catching a Perch on a Leash

In spinning fishing there are a large number of different ways and types of tooling. Some are constantly progressing and improving, others go out of fashion, do not stand up to competition and are forgotten. But today we will talk about the installation, which was used even by our grandfathers. He is so good to this day that it is recommended first to master the beginners. Every self-respecting spinningist should own it perfectly.

Photo of the "stripe" 'src = "" title = "Perch on a leash"></p> <h2 id="article-contents-header-0">Retractable lead for perch, mounting and fishing methods</h2> <p>Fishing on the "side" is considered one of the most slaughter ways of fishing on spinning. Especially if you catch a perch. Installation is how simple and catchy that it was banned from official competitions. But why would ordinary amateur anglers not take it into service, so that they often return from fishing with their heads held high and a good catch?</p> <p>Let's see what he is so attracted to fish and how to choose the most successful installation among the many ways and options for equipment.</p> <h2 id="article-contents-header-1">How to tie a leash to the main fishing line</h2> <p>Let's talk about how to tie a lead leash to the main fishing line so that it does not get confused. “By-pass”, also referred to as “Moscow equipment,” refers to separated types of installation, i.e. the sinker and hook are on a separate leash, which allows the bait to play freely, to soar in the water. Perhaps it is precisely because of this that she takes the lead in catchability, bypassing the classic jig and even the Caroline rig in catching perch.</p> <p>This method of fishing does not require a thin selection of the weight of the sinker, it is enough just to control the bottom after a throw. It is possible to use a greater weight of the sinker than when fishing on a jig, thereby increasing the casting distance of the bait, which is an indisputable advantage when fishing from the shore.</p> <p>For novice anglers, this is generally the best way to consistently fish, so I would recommend learning this method of equipment first.</p> <p>So, how not to get confused among the many ways of installation. Evolution does not stand still, fishermen are looking for the most successful ways to tie a leash and a sinker to minimize entanglement. In this video, in my opinion, one of the last and most successful ways to which the fishermen came is shown.</p> </p> <p>But I would recommend to try several ways of editing in order to decide for yourself which one is suitable for your fishing conditions. Ease of manufacture – not unimportant factor in this choice.</p> <p>Maybe you know even better installation? Advise in the comments.</p> <h2 id="article-contents-header-2">Ways of mounting the diverter</h2> <p>In this picture I collected for you the most common ways to snap, each of them has its pros and cons. Some of them will be less confused, the other will be easier to make from the most simple materials at hand, even without using swivels. It is better to try several options yourself, to understand which one will be the best for you.</p> <p><img alt="Moscow equipment, methods of installation "src =" "title =" Options for mounting the drainage leash "></p> <p>The important moment on the technique of casting this gear. To keep the leash less tangled, you should slow down the cord a little at the end of the flight. On inertial coils – this happened automatically, because at the end of the flight, the coil is braked with a finger, the leash moves forward by inertia and straightens out, which prevents its additional entanglement. On the inertia-free coils, I also recommend slightly braking the braid at the very end of the flight, the equipment does not fall all in one pile, and also cracks down and lays down properly.</p> <h2 id="article-contents-header-3">Choice of sinkers for the drainage leash</h2> <p>Different types of sinkers are suitable for bypass. Most often used sinkers with swivels in the form of an elongated drop or "banana". It is believed that they are better pass insignificant hooks, stones and fishing line frays less, and their aerodynamics is quite good for long-distance casting.</p> <p>But there are also lovers of using sinkers in the shape of a ball, which in the fall knock more hard on the bottom and raise dregs, although this is debatable. But one thing is certain: these acoustic vibrations attract fish and this is another success factor of the drainage leash. For mountain rivers and places where the bottom is dotted with a multitude of stones, a Tyrolean stick is used. There is a rig with a "sinker-ballerina", but I will not dwell on these options in detail.</p> <p>The weight of the sinker is knocked out from the conditions of fishing, depth and current. Usually it is 20-40 g, some overload is quite acceptable for better control of the bottom and long-distance casting.</p> <p>It is better to mount the load on a separate leash of thick fishing line about 0.5-0.6 mm in diameter, since braided cord quickly frays on stones, underwater obstacles, brows, shell rock and this leads to frequent and unpleasant shooting. Some, especially earlier, for this piece of equipment used even kapron cords and additionally protected the place of tying cargo with tape.</p> <p><img alt=

Selection of hook on the tap

How to hook a leash depends on the conditions of fishing and the bait used. Of course, if you catch in places where there is grass on the bottom, and other hooks, it is better to equip the leash with an offset hook, which is hidden in the body of a soft bait. You can call it a universal installation method.

But if you use this installation in relatively clean places, then it is quite suitable to equip the bait with a regular single hook with a long forearm, or even use a small double.

The number of the hook, you must choose based on the object of fishing. For catching sports bass fit the smallest sizes. For striped humpbacks – choose 3-4 size. If you suddenly decide to catch the pike purposefully on the diversion, then do not forget to equip the leash with a string, or with a thick “fluor” 20-30 cm long and use the appropriate hooks. Pick up the hook optimally for the bait used.

Fishing line (fluorocarbon)

In order for the leash itself to be as confusing as possible and not overlap, you should use the toughest lines. An even better option is a fluorocarbon leash, although it is more expensive than a fishing line, but its use minimizes entanglement. You can also use a line covered with dusting from “flur”; this may be the best option for you, but I still advise you to stop at fluorocarbon. The length of the leash should vary from 80 cm to 1.5 meters. The longer the spinning and the cleaner the shore, the longer you can put the leash. Conversely, fishing from a boat together, put the leash shorter. Its length is influenced by biting, especially when the fish is passive.

The diameter of the leash for amateur fishing is recommended to choose about 0.25-0.3 mm. Personally, I see no reason to use sophisticated tooling in this method of fishing, because the thinner you will use the fishing line on a leash, the faster and more willing it will get tangled. And only with the weakest and most cautious, can a compromise be made. But in most cases this is not required.

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This is one of those types of equipment for which the use of vibrotails, I believe, is not acceptable. On a long leash, this type of bait does not stabilize, begins to collapse, rotates, and plays in a completely inappropriate way. It is better to choose other, more suitable bait.


One of the most popular "gum", which will play well and not to fall. I like to use elongated twisters with a small tail on the end. For pike fishing I prefer double-tailed silicone, but this is an amateur. It is better to use edible rubber.

Slug or "slug", "worm"

Gaining popularity of artificial nozzle. This is a passive lure, so when it is applied, it is imperative to make more diversity in the wiring. You should add animation yourself – jerking, mormmoving, tempo change – unleash creativity. Catching a "worm" is recommended to be combined with a heavy load, which will clearly knock on the bottom, additionally attracting fish.

Outfit leash equipment - silicone, lures "src =" "title =" Lures for the lead leash "></p> <p>In addition to the usual installation, there is a technique – “wacky” (wacky), when the bait is put on across the body, which gives it an interesting game. But we will not dwell in detail on its application, we will leave it for aesthetes and your independent creativity.</p> <h3 id=Spinner spinner

"Pinwheel" come to the fore when the first fry appear. Unloaded "perch rotators" should be used. They perfectly resemble a newly hatched fry, and their petal creates vibrations in the water, attracting fish from a great distance. Sometimes they are additionally equipped with an "impeller", which also gives its effect. In addition to the perch, it is eagerly taken by the ide, a small pike, and even a large roach.

Other bait

As an option for creativity, you can try to catch Moscow equipment and foam rubber, artificial flies, streamers, or even a wobbler. If you had a successful experience of catching non-standard bait, tell us about it in the comments. What else can be successfully used for the "branch"?

Spinning with the "side" and twisters' src = "" title = "Equipped with a branch leash"></p> <h2 id="article-contents-header-7">Pike and Pike Perch Leash</h2> <p>Usually, Moscow perks are purposefully caught by perch, but pike, pike-perch and ide bite their catch. By the way, for the latter, this is a very good version of equipment. Small rotating spinners – this is exactly what will not leave indifferent this carnivorous representative of carp.</p> <p>When fishing for pike, be sure to use a steel or thick fluorocarbon leash. Toothy loves the movements of the bait in the horizontal plane, so for catching grass, this is quite a good snap. When hunting for larger pike, I prefer rather classic jig wiring and the use of large vibro tails.</p> <p>Small pike perch is also not badly caught on the “tap”. But large individuals prefer more expressive vertical, falling movements of the bait, therefore, in order to hunt for trophy zander, the use of a diversion leash seems to me impractical.</p> <h2 id="article-contents-header-8">Video: Catching a Perch on a Leash</h2> <p>In order to consolidate the material and better understand how to properly use the diversion leash in spinning fishing, I advise you to watch the video of Vladimir Shcherbakov, in which he shares his secrets and subtleties of fishing.</p> </p> <p>Successful development and use of one of the most catchable methods of spinning fishing on the pond!</p> </pre> <p></p> <!-- relpost-thumb-wrapper --><div class="relpost-thumb-wrapper"><!-- filter-class --><div class="relpost-thumb-container"><h3>Related posts:</h3><div style="clear: both"></div><div style="clear: both"></div><!-- relpost-block-container --><div class="relpost-block-container"><a class="relpost-block-single" href=""><div style="width: 150px; height: 225px;"><div class="relpost-block-single-image" alt="Do it yourself. How to wash old spinners from rust? 3 ways" style="background: transparent url( no-repeat scroll 0% 0%; width: 150px; height: 150px;"></div><div class="relpost-block-single-text" style="font-family: Arial; font-size: 12px; color: #333333;">Do it yourself. How to wash old spinners from rust? 3 ways</div></div></a><a class="relpost-block-single" href=""><div style="width: 150px; height: 225px;"><div class="relpost-block-single-image" alt="My floating" style="background: transparent url( no-repeat scroll 0% 0%; width: 150px; height: 150px;"></div><div class="relpost-block-single-text" style="font-family: Arial; font-size: 12px; color: #333333;">My floating</div></div></a><a class="relpost-block-single" href=""><div style="width: 150px; height: 225px;"><div class="relpost-block-single-image" alt="DIY oil change pump" style="background: transparent url( no-repeat scroll 0% 0%; width: 150px; height: 150px;"></div><div class="relpost-block-single-text" style="font-family: Arial; font-size: 12px; color: #333333;">DIY oil change pump</div></div></a></div><!-- close relpost-block-container --><div style="clear: both"></div></div><!-- close filter class --></div><!-- close relpost-thumb-wrapper --><div class=

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