Tips for Fishing in a Lake

Some of the equipment and other …

The lake is a species most fished from the ice. When there is no ice, it is that methane from land or from the drifting boat. A large part of the time on lakfiske is from December to March. The best time is usually around the end of January and February, when it is a lot of the big females, in order to quantitatively increase until March, with less males in the catch.

We take and go through a basic equipment for the prospective lake fisherman who want to venture out and try this exciting fishing, usually in the winter evening when there is so much else to fish. Join here on a really dark fishing!

Rods

We have the classic jigging rod ABU-jig (right), with fixed roll, and that was probably what was most common before, but works yet. It usually came with two different tops. A little softer, a more rigid. The stiffer it were that to the lake. It pulled up the fish on the line when you got ready. So it took a bit heavier nylon ropes as it happened to come in when you got ready. Many people now use more rods with snake guide, as a downsized spinnings about, and with different stiffness dependent on the rope.

If you want to use a multi roller, it becomes a rod that is adapted for multi-roll. It has its limitations in the selection. But there are rods that are simple, fairly robust and around 75-100cm. This is the type that is most off nowadays. Since you use the reel when the fish trills, and it usually is dumb ropes of Dyneema fibers used, so we need something that takes dodge learned from the fish, and it may be a softer spötopp.

Then you have called combi rods, you may have to båtpimpel, lake ice from the ice, göspimpel and a little of each. Till suit both multi- and reel, the image is, however, a rod-only multi-roll. The rods usually have good campaign for twirling, price from 50-200 SEK. Available as in the photo, telescope, which is good when it is usually crowded in skrylla and backpack…

Jigs, tack & hooks

There is no special jigs. It goes with a coarser abborrpirk. It goes with bolts with washers on which you put a hook and streamer on. You need a weight that you can hit the bottom. On the line, you can also put a plastic bow from the handle of a plastic bag. It makes a sound…

You can hang the keys rattle, nuts, washers, spinners, well what can be imagined. I tried with success bells are to whitefish and ice fishing…

1 Plastrosett 2 Buy 3 spinnarsked / plastrosett

Try this out. But the foundation is a heavier jig, about 20-100 grams, depending on the depth. Check in with your old torskpilkar and larger perch and abborrpirkar. It may require different sizes and weights in your bag, depending on depth and current conditions. Have you single and trekrokar in reserve. Happy little “clank” as back-up, going to hang on if nothing happens.

Cords

It is recommended lines in Dyneema fiber, then the usual dumb super ropes. If you use multi-reel and rod for multiplier reel will suffice with ropes around 0:25 to 0:30. Keep in mind that super ropes can take in water, and therefore freezes and becomes rigid if it is below freezing.

Nylon ropes are recommending between 0.50-0.70 if it is so that you will draw the lake by hand. So think of the line in that case, be so thick that you can take it with gloves without slipping in his hands.

Try to choose one that is colored/fluoro you see easier where you have the line as it is on the ice in the snow, avoiding the hassle when you move, or should unhook the fish…

Fluorocarbon: Here I stand neck out a little. It should look out for. After evaluating tensile and tear strength of some of these lines, I can only say debris. I got a dealer 30 years ago taught a wear tricks on rope with a towel which I tested on all types of ropes and qualities for a long time and have tested the method up to 0.70 nylon.

Nylon: burn relatively quickly.

Braided line: almost impossible to get off.

Fluorocarbon: need very little abrasion, clearly weaker than nylon. To believe that it would be right that it does not appear so much in the water is to give it too much credit for using it. Whatever it might be, walleye, pike, perch, burbot, none of the fish should be able to see or realize what a line is, and not under the conditions we have in Swedish waters for instance lake fishing.

Pray

It’s just your imagination that puts obstacles in the way when it comes to bait lake. The basis is usually a piece of herring. But it goes with the mackerel fillets, shrimp, roach, bream, well most of the time.

Either use a larger piece, cut off the head and tail of a herring, and wood on a single hook in size 5/0. Thread the hook through the tail piece, and let it come out a bit down toward where the head set. Then you get a piece that wobbles when you pull pirken up.

Otherwise, cut the small fish strips, about 2-3cm wide and 5-15cm long, depending on the hook. Do you use treble hooks, so is the mode with smaller hooks, perhaps in size 4-8. Try this with a hanger on a rigid paternostertackel a bit up and a little piece of fish on a hook fourth.

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