PERCH FISHING LURES AND HOW TO ATTACH THEM.

PERCH FISHING LURES AND HOW TO ATTACH THEM.

by Angling Times |

Short on time and want to get out on the bank? Then look no further as we have the answer for you. Setting up a lure for perch fishing is one of the simplest and easiest ways to get you fishing in a short space of time. We got bait expert Dr. Paul Garner to show us the best way to rig up a perch fishing lure for when you are next on the bank!

To see more great perch fishing tips then check out our species page here

  1. Always use a wire trace. Although I do not go looking for pike, the chances are that one will come along at some point, and a trace ensures that I can land it safely.
PERCH FISHING LURES AND HOW TO ATTACH THEM.
  1. Crankbaits need only be clipped on and you are ready to go. Don’t economise on the safety clip, butchoose a branded item that won’t let you down.
PERCH FISHING LURES AND HOW TO ATTACH THEM.
  1. Use a weighted jig head with shads and creatures. Hold the hook next to the lure and make a slight mark on the back in the position where the hook will exit.
PERCH FISHING LURES AND HOW TO ATTACH THEM.
  1. Push the point of the hook into the front of the bait and carefully work it into the soft plastic. Take your time and make sure that it goes in straight.
PERCH FISHING LURES AND HOW TO ATTACH THEM.
  1. Approximately 50 per cent of the gape of the hook should be left exposed beyond the back of the lure when it is rigged correctly with the hook through the mark you have already made in step
PERCH FISHING LURES AND HOW TO ATTACH THEM.
  1. If snagging or weed is a problem consider a weedless jig hook. This has a large offset gape that the fish will push through the bait, revealing the hook, when it bites down on the lure.
PERCH FISHING LURES AND HOW TO ATTACH THEM.
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