Many will have tried spin fishing and trout trolling over the years with mixed results. Some of you will have even made thousands of casts without catching a single trout! It can be a frustrating business. Especially when your fishing buddy seems to catch trout effortlessly every time he goes out!
I was always amazed at some of the guys I first went fishing with in a fishing club many years ago. I just couldn’t understand why they were always so annoyingly lucky when it came to catching trout. The most incredible thing was that they were consistent. Consistent that is at catching fish when others didn’t. They were part of the elite 10 percent of trout anglers who catch 90 percent of the fish! Their secret was simple; knowledge and experience.
Their success, rather than being random, was the result of past experiences, including much trial and error – with the errors eliminated! Interestingly much of their fishing knowledge was handed down to them from an early age during countless fishing trips with dad and granddad. They know from experience that they can expect to catch fish at a particular lake, at a certain time of year, with this type of fishing tackle, at a certain time of day! That’s great for them. But what about the rest of us who missed out on great early learning passed down from expert anglers.
Why Spin Fishing and Trolling together in the same book. As I see it the two are very closely related. In both instances you are attempting to put the same lures in front of a hungry trout or landlocked salmon. With spinning you are using the reel to move the spinner through the water, whereas trolling anglers are making the boat do the work. Spin fishing, or threadlining as it used to be called, is a great way to start out trout fishing. The tackle required is inexpensive and most can learn to use it with just a few minutes instruction. All you need is a rod, reel, line and a few spinners and you are ready to catch fish! In this book we will boost your chances, whether you are after your first trout, or just want to improve your, not so good, catch rate!
Trout Spinning and Trolling Lures – There are an enormous number of different trout spinners available in tackle stores. They come in a mystifying range of colours, shapes, and sizes. How do you know where to start!
Many anglers will likely disagree with me! If you aren’t sure which trout spinning lures will suit your style of fishing then a selection based on my star rating will certainly start you off in the right direction. Five stars mean the lure is highly recommended and can be used for many different fishing styles. Four stars mean it is an excellent lure but specialised. Three stars mean still a good lure but quite specialised. Two stars mean not generally available, much specialised, or too expensive for general use, or I just don’t like it much. In total there are colour pictures, descriptions, advice and ratings, covering 40 different trout spinning and trolling lures. You want n0-nonsense advice on which are the best lures to buy; we give you that advice!
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Trolling & Spin Fishing for Trout is arranged in 14 information crammed chapters. You’ll get the author’s lifetime of trout fishing experience in incredible detail as he gives the inside low-down on:
• Spin Fishing Tackle • Trout Lures • Landing Nets • Trolling for Trout & Salmon • Downriggers for Trolling • Downrigger Operation • Spinning and Trolling Lures • Plugs and Minnows • Spoons • Ticers and Slices • Aquafoils • Blade Spinners • Spinning for Searun Trout • Soft Plastic Lures for Trout
About The Author
He has had numerous articles published in fishing magazines. Then in 1999 he founded this website www.Fishingmag.co.nz For over 30 years Allan Burgess has fished for trout and landlocked Chinook salmon in many Canterbury, Otago, and Westland lakes and rivers, caught the odd big salmon in his home waters along Canterbury’s east coast, trolled for Southern blue fin tuna off Fiordland, hunted big sharks off Canterbury and Otago, kingfish and snapper in the Marlborough Sounds, and been surfcasting all around New Zealand’s South Island.
There are over 165 photographs in Trolling & Spin Fishing for Trout, most of which have never been published before. The book contains approximately 40,000 words and has taken almost two years to produce!
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Here is just a fraction of what’s inside…
• Trout Tackle – Rods and reels, Light and heavy gear, Trout fishing rigs, Split-shot rigs, Spin fishing on lakes and rivers, and avoiding lost lures.
• Trolling for Trout – Flat Lines, Tie on a Weight, Harling for Trout, Lead Core Lines, Shallow water trolling. Trolling from a row boat. Harling rigs.
• Downriggers for Deep Trolling – Why use downriggers, which are the best downriggers for your boat and style of fishing, trolling motors, best speed to troll, setting cannonball depth. What to do if the cannonball hits the bottom. How to use a downrigger effectively to catch more fish!
• Finding Trout and Landlocked Salmon when spinning from shore or trolling on lakes – Where are those trout hiding? Epilimnion, hypolimnion, and the thermocline? What are they and how do they help you catch fish?
• Plugs and Minnows – There are heaps of these on the market. How do they work? We’ll show you how to use them, whcih ones to get, and most importantly how to use them with out loosing them. I’ll even tell you which one I reakon is the absolute best one of all!
• Tasmanian Devils, Cobras, Super Kobras, Mepps blade spinners, Zed spinners, Daffys, Tylos, Tobys, Glimmys, Halco Wobblers, Ticers, and heaps of others all reviewed and given a star ratings to help you choose the best lures to catch trout now!
• Soft Plastic Spin Fishing Lures for Trout and Salmon – Are they any good? Do they work? Which are the best ones to use for trout fishing?
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I have owned numerous 4x4s over the past twenty years or so. Some have been better than others. You can’t beat a four-wheeler-motorbike if, as I do, you live in Canterbury and chase the quinnat salmon that flood into the South Island’s east coast rivers for roughly five months each year – along with the big sea-run brown trout in the spring.
Just as importantly you have to ask yourself what you will use it for most often. If you are mostly interested in surfcasting and salmon fishing a four-wheeler-motorbike is more useful and much less expensive than a big heavy gas guzzling SUV.
Nowadays with the cost of diesel and petrol rising all the time fishing is becoming an expensive sport if you have a long way to travel. Many of us have had to adjust our mind-set to look at cheaper options rather than travelling 200 km for a single day’s fishing. Staying longer and car sharing with fishing mates are also good options to consider. SUV makers have also seen the light and are now making a wide range of smaller and lighter vehicles which use less fuel.
Vehicles like Suzuki Vitara and Toyota RAV are good options for light off-road work without excessive and costly full usage. Finally, 4x4s are good fun and make a day at the beach or river more enjoyable by allowing us to carry a few extra items that we would otherwise have to leave at home or back at the car should walking be our only option. The vehicles mentioned in this book are by no means necessarily the best or the only ones you should consider. It is just that I have had personal experience with them.
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