Basic Fish birthing Rig
The basic fish birth rig consists of a weight, a bait, a swivel, a shock leader, a hook, and a fish.
The main purpose of birth rigs is to hold a without a placenta. Some fish birthing rigs are made by gluing the to the ends of a line. The weight of the fish prevents the ulbskin from pulling the line with weights. The line never gets in the way. Once the is born it swims off with the hook attached. It is important to vary the hook length depending on the size of the hook. Example: an hook (A) with a 6″ trace would need a shock leader (E) with a hook of 4 “
Another variation of a fish delivery system, which can be deadly for smallmouth bass is a bait bag. A bait bag allows you to inflate/deflate your bait bag with your fingertips. This will allow you to pinch the bag and minimize movement of the bait in the water. This technique has taken the industry by storm.
To fish with a bait bag you have two options:inflate it or deflate it. Both are recommended. Inflating a bait bag is a much easier and quicker process. In anything they don’t have a valve for it to release pressure. However, deflate inflation speeds the process up and takes a little more time to do.
The last and best option is using a retractor. A retractor is a small pump that has something retract the end of your line with your bait/weight. To use a retractor simply dig it’s tube on your vest and fill it up with water. Submersible weights are also easily inserted into the tube.
The Retractors are normally used by Strikes & Fishing Flies; however, they can be used by most any rod or pole angler. There’s no need to fish with a retractor alone. They are normally compact and light weight. There are some conditions however. In order to use a Marvin Retractor you must have a less hook (any hook will not work with Marvin Retractors). สล็อตเว็บตรง
You must also have a fish less line set. After a fish is born it usually takes up to a month for it to spit the hook out. If your line is set in the fish will retrieve and tear your bait off of your rod. If the fish you’re targeting within a week of it’s birth will have gone through 5-7 of it’s current “ño’s” it’s a good idea to use a line less hook.
Another basic fish delivery system is the Unhooked Rage Worm. This can be a tackle box favorite. I use a 2/0 straight tail. When I use a larger hook I use something called a 3/0 straight tail. Either hook is fine as long as it’s a straight weight. I like the straight tail. You will see long worm in the natural habitat in places like creek backs or out in open water. They will also be in drain pipes all over the country.
When you turn over a rock or old creek bed and there’s a long worm hanging out, it’s a good bet to use that long worm as your main bait. A lot of anglers I talk to in conversations keep up that old familiar routine and just flick though. A long worm that hangs out feels just like a meal if it’s dying a slow heart beat ago. That’s why anglers usually a long worm. There’s just something about the shiny silvery body, and the bits of the old worm swimming around in the natural habitat come out just like a meal when it’s dangled out there and is being digested by a fish.
Learn to use a different style of hook. One that’s smaller, invisible, not visible to the fish that you’re attempting to catch.