Tips For Fishing In Lagoons

When fishing on board, it is advisable to tuck it up so as not to disturb the other crew members. In addition, it never hurts to wear life jackets and other measures of prevention when fishing with this modality, to avoid major inconveniences.

If float fishing or coast, for example pejerrey, try to keep the mother tank tense to be able to fit better. For this, if our reel is not loaded with multifilament, it is advisable to use floatline in the tank.

Dark buoys are more advisable to use when we have the sun facing (such as matte black, red, orange, etc.) and those with a clear tonality when we have the back sun (such as yellow, green, white, Etc.). If it is cloudy, it looks very well the fuchsia and yellow.

The bait is always more effective when it is in good condition, so it is always convenient to keep it as such.

Know that, in most cases, when fishing with a line of three buoys (for example, the cheat), the dientudo insists on sinking the buoy, the pejerrey drags it subtly to one side, the catfish sinks all the rigging, the carp acts Subtly (since the bait sucks), and the tararira attacks quickly (with the precaution that to fish the same, you should use steel brazilada).

Find out, before beginning the fishing, the size of the fish that are taken in the area, in order to use the size of bait and bait that more convenient.

When there is more wind in the lagoons, the water is more oxygenated and the pejerrey stings more and of better quality results. On the contrary, if it is “ironed” the lagoon or river considerably reduces the bump of this species.

In case of a lot of wind when trying to fish it is convenient to use nylon instead of multifilament, as it sticks better to water and flies less. In addition, it does not move sideways or tummy shape that generate tangles, as if the multifilament.

To start fishing with telescopic rod, especially on board, it is convenient to plug the reel and then to pass the nylon through the passahilos and then to open it, from the tip. The same if we use rods of two or more sections, first passing the nylon through its pins and then plugging it in.

Many times when we go fishing take into account the visibility of the water to better choose the rig to use. Take into account, for example, that if we try to fish the pejerrey this detail because if there is plankton on the surface for example, it prevents the fish from seeing the bait. Remember that when there is plankton or mud in suspension, the frosts settle, clarifying the water and improving fishing.

In lagoons, the ideal temperature of water for fishing pejerrey is around 10 to 12 degrees Celsius. In that range unfolds all its vitality.

In deep lagoons, like chasico, if we want to fish with a rocker, we must first test the depth of the same. To do this, we tie a plumb line to the tip of the nylon and make it touch bottom; There we will make the first sliding knot, then we put the buoy and immediately after, we make the other sliding knot (the distance between knot and knot will be the same as there will be between the bottom and our bait.Then we attach the rocker in the place where we had Finally, it is recommended for this type of lines to use shorts, 2 or 2.5 meters.

If the waters appear dark, when we are going to try to fish pejerrey, it is advisable to use short strokes, of 5, 10 or 15 centimeters; If they are clear, they are used 30 centimeters up. This is due mostly to lack of visibility. Then the depth of the water temperature depends.

When fishing at a great distance it is convenient to use the multifilament, since it does not stretch and allows a more effective dive.

Use flotalineas so that the nylon does not sink and we lose nailing action when fitting.

Find out the depth of the lagoon previously to adapt your rigging to it.

When in the boat talk in a low voice and do not make noises in general, as they propagate unfavorably in the environment and complicate fishing.

The drawback of fishing with a lying buoy  ,  paternoster type, is that if the fish  sting  upwards we will not notice that the bait or swallowing prowls.

And remember, the most important thing is what we put in the water. And let us be responsible with those we take out, above all things.

If you want to know more tips about fishing, I recommend this website: http://www.toolkitforfishing.com/

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