Fishing Spinners colloquially known as spinners are almost an icon of spinning fishing. Almost everyone knows them, they are highly appreciated by many generations of anglers. What did they deserve this? Well, these lures are relatively easy to lead and also versatile. For many, they are the basic lure for pike, as well as trout, chub, ide and perch. Large sizes are a sensation among the sea trout, as well as catfish.
Their construction is also not complicated. A rotating paddle is attached to the loaded body, on a stirrup, and in fact ... that's it! This spinner works in two ways. First, as the name suggests, it sparkles, attracting the attention of actively hunting and curious predators. Secondly, it generates an extremely strong hydroacoustic wave that irritates the predator's sideline, allowing it to locate itself and provoking the fish to attack.
The above text shows that the spinner lure is easy to use. Yes, but it does not mean monotony of fishing. Late autumn or even winter is a perfect time for a lazy presentation, slow, even anemic driving in the depths, on the verge of keeping the lure working. However, in spring and summer, it is worth being inventive and diversifying such work. For example, by changing the pace of leading, making more or less sudden movements with the rod, drawing circles with the tip, stopping the lure - we are only limited by our imagination.
The wide range of spinners available will allow you to choose the perfect model for your fishery and fish preferences, regardless of whether you want to hunt pike from over dense vegetation, a predator guarding a herd of general fish at a greater depth or a river chub lurking behind a hanging tree.