6 Basic Assemblies To Fish With Vinyl

In recent years the vinyls have gained much popularity in our country, many fishermen still unknown are the most effective ways of Assembly of these interesting baits. Most assemblies are equally valid for fishing most of our water predators both sweet and salty, is just a matter of adapting them and use them according to the situation.

In this article we will see more used to fish with these baits mounts.

Texas without Plumb: A classic, in this Assembly we put the vinyl on a texas hook and not lastramos it. It is used for fish mostly with worms and jerkbaits as the Yubari, its most notable feature is a very attractive fall. We will without Plumb vinyl used for fishing in the uppermost layers of water.

Wacky: the particularity of this Assembly lies on the site where we will click the vinyl which in this case will be the Centre of worms and fish providing them with a very different from the traditional Assembly action. We will use hooks, Dropshot or Wacky-specific, which are rather more open. Puncturing the vinyl by another site gives them very different to the mounts of Texas action, generally the most commonly used. This action is very effective in places with high fishing pressure. Use it without Plumb and the drop shot.

Texas leaded: Lastramos Assembly by putting a bullet lead before texas hook to work our vinyl on the background. The size of the lead bullet used must be proportional to the depth that we want to work the Assembly and to the size of the vinyl, should allow us to have “contact” with the Fund. The most commonly used vinyl are worms, crabs, paddle tails and jerkbaits. This Assembly is effective for fishing on the bottom at all depths. Our range of vinyl records my favorite fish to lead texas is Iwaki, a vinyl with a very elaborate and very fisherman design which we have in 3 sizes and several colors.

For the paddle tails sometimes use hooks texas lead in the middle of it, especially when we use them in linear collected as it is the case of this video ofIwaki XXL.

Carolina Split Shot: we continue to use the texas hook but instead of using bullet lead attached to the vinyl we will place it with a swivel attached at a distance of between 25 and 60 cm approximately of our vinyl. We can replace the swivel and the bullet lead by a staple plomito to expedite the Assembly.Widely used for mounting worms, salamanders and jerks. Just like the leaded Texas it is very effective for working vinyl on the bottom at all depths.

Bucktails or Jigheads: mount known, widely used to mount paddle tails, grubs, crayfish, jerks and lately worms with very light bucktails. We will also choose hook sizes and weights of our jigheads according to the used vinyl and the depth to which we want to work it.

We use it for fishing on the bottom all depths, and with linear collected in all layers of water. Natori is the vinyl Caperlan I often ride with bucktails, above all for the walleye fishing.

We must make special mention of the bucktails designed to fish in the sea as the Biga and Mogamivinyl heads. These heads tend to be more realistic than the round jigheads traditional apart from having forms that confer different actions to the vinyl to assemble them. I especially recommend the Biga and Mogami vinyl with their heads Plumb for the bass fishing.

Drop Shot: one of my favorite montages to catch Black Bass, usually used for fishing with worms and jerkbaits. It allows action to our bait without linear scroll on the bottom of the swamp, is one of the most used in vertical fishing techniques.

Like the majority of lead assemblies will be useful for prospecting funds. Our vinyl I recommend you try this technique with the Yubari of 3″, both at sea and in fresh water.

Each mounting has its advantages and disadvantages according to the situation of fishing, experiment with all of them is the best way to learn when and where we must use each one.

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