spinners. help how to?

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spinners. help how to?

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hello just a quick one. how do spinners work and what type should i try down in port talbot/swansea areas. mainly because of my shifts i am looking for different methods of fishing.
many thanks in advance. eddie.



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Post by ejay »

well it depend wat u wanna catch makeral feathers catch makeral and bass maybe more but i dunno you could ask at your local tackle shop

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dont mind what i catch as long as its not a bloody dogfish hate them grr :((
just not sure how to do it. do i cast and leave it in like i would with baited hooks or do i have to keep casting and reeling in. thats how new i am to fishing sorry lol. only been fishing for a few weeks and already dont like dogfish nasty things.

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use a spinning rod with about 15lb line

tie the spinner on the end of the line , you will need nothing else on the end

then cast out and reel in , try different speeds

think of the sea in front of you like a clock face
them cast at the different numbers of the clock so you cover a bigger area

also try different depths
cast out then count down in seconds 1 then 2 and so on
then reel in at 1
it will be near the surface
then 2
it will be deeper and so on
10 will be even deeper still

it will depend on where you fish, as to how nany seconds before you hit the bottom
so its not just chuck and hope ,its a bit more complicated but fun

you could also use a set of three feathers with the spinner on the end so you may catch mackeral and even a bass

any more queries just ask

cheers steve

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Post by shannock »

also remembering
the hours on the clock and seconds

help to remember where the fish you just caught was so hopefully you can find the shoal again

good luck

cheers steve

shorty

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go on to the wales forum page two and look for "help needed for spinning for beginers " i posted it some time ago it may help i hope tight lines :D

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Post by englisheddie »

thanks will have a try at that sounds like it could be good. plus if i get any mackrel will save me buying it cheers. will i have to get a spinning rod though could i use my beachcaster to try it?

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