Spinning in the dark?

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6 years 9 months ago #5010 by Gavfish
I know predators can be caught on deadbaits but is spinning worth a go? I know that its th colour and the movement that trigger the predators to attack but without the colour being a trigger is it worth a go?
Experiences if any please?

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6 years 9 months ago #5012 by jamMa
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Gavfish wrote: I know predators can be caught on deadbaits but is spinning worth a go? I know that its th colour and the movement that trigger the predators to attack but without the colour being a trigger is it worth a go?
Experiences if any please?


Yea you can still catch on lures in the dark, they go by vibration / sound and still sight especially on a clearer night when your lure might cast a silhouette above the fish. This is all based from what I've read really though mate as I don't do much lure fishing.

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6 years 9 months ago #5015 by Gavfish
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Cheers for the quick feedback. Thinking of trying it down the canal for Zander after work over the winter. Cold but with me working 5 days a week and 12-15 hour days fishing time is going to be very limited this winter. :(

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6 years 6 months ago #5427 by adam_v
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Just been given some new lures and spinners by a company they ent hitting the shops yet so gonna be down the cut given them a bash an report back

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