Magbite Mimiq Squid How do I catch big seabass with Magbite Mimiq Lure. Here I am going to show you the sensational result of this interesting thingy. Bad weather, choppy water, waves are slapping the beach.. Perfect time for catching sea bass from the beach! The weather is bad but sea temperature is still warm. There are lots of little fishes around, trying to avoid the chaos at the shore as they know very well that predators are on duty! I grabbed my favorite little pencil lure for such weather and sea conditions; MIMIQ , a squid-like sinking pencil lure by made MAGBITE . It's not a heavy lure and you can't cast it to long distances but you don't need it anyway, especially for sea bass. Just let it swing among the waves and retrieve it slowly or make it irregular jumps on surface. Just imagine; there is a stupid and scared baby squid hanging around senselessly :) This very effectively exciting lure is described as "Squid-like silhouette and unweighte
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Topwater fanatics embraced this DUO 's new Hydra as the new surface phenom. It's a big lure. A very, very big lure for big catches. obviously. As soon as you open the box you will feel that DUO Hydra is absolutely magical. Shape, weight, look all perfectly attractive. Then you will adore it even more once you start casting. Amazing casting distance, easy control both in the air and on the surface. You will learn to use it quickly. It's not a lure for professional topwater fishing only. Hydra will make you get really excited. Even when there are no fishes around to chase it :) I used Hydra Red Head for my first caught. It is a 2.5 kg Skipjack Tuna , from the shore. Here my Astro Red Head Hydra . It looks beautiful and wild, doesn't it? DUO says " Hydra will mesmerize array of species with its dynamic skipping action staying on the surface imitating perfectly the movement of needlefish and garfish.. it is a long type sinking pencil to target the pela
A gang of merciless puffer fish attack Halcyon System Chiquita Bambino lure. This on the beach where the water meets shore. Only about 10 cm deep. Here in south of Turkey (Eastern Mediterranean) puffer fish are a big problem for both local marine life and fishermen (both professional and amateur anglers) They came from Indian Ocean via Suez Canal. They attack almost everything that they can bite. The biggest lures or the smallest LRF baits, all their favourite food. Because of these nasty species people are giving up fishing. They will destroy all your gear, from the hooks to the most expensive lines and lures or live baits. As you see in this photo, they are chasing a decent size Chiquita Bambino which I use for all kind of beach predators ( sea bass, travally, needlefish, breams etc) and attacking it even without I move it.
Bream Fishing on Lucky Craft B'freeze 48s Long Bill I've fallen in love with this little beauty when I saw in first time on a Japanese amateur fishing blog. B'freeze comes with a long bill or short bill. And in 65cm or 48cm. Both are amazing lures . They are like little naughty kids making all the adults chasing them to catch and spank. I purchased this 48s Long Bill Green Head Chart from a second hand lures seller from Japan on Ebay. I couldn't wait to test it. Finally it was delivered in a very, very windy and cold Mediterranean morning. And got in my car as soon as I opened the box and I drove to a tiny beach where pebbles and small stones cover the bottom with a bit of grass. I had caught lots of different species of fish at this beach before but never used this type of lure for breams and sargo. Wind was blowing from the north. I couldn't get a sheltered calm place so I decided to cast over to short distance. B'freeze Long Bill is not a heavy l