spinning for spnott

Started by drew13, September 08, 2015, 14:24:27 CET

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drew13

Can anyone give me some tips / places   for spinning for spnott from shore

Thanks

Andrew


Burqax1


drew13


Ruzett

Sea bass/spnott is caught all year round, but not so easy to catch especially during the summer months. Best weather conditions are cloudy sky and rough sea (like today). This fish is found in shallow waters up to 15 meters deep. Best seabed is where it alternates between rocks and sand. It is caught during sunset, sunrise but sometimes even during the day. As lures use thin minnows or poppers.

Hope this helps :)

drew13

thanks for the tips ruzett i'll definitely be going spinning for spnott before school starts :D

can u give an example of a good lure for spnott?

thanks
Andrew

Ruzett

Fake Bait floating minnows by Maria/Yamashita are excellent, but any small minnow will do the job. It is also important to change the retrieving speed. Cast, start reeling slowly, increase the speed, then slow it etc to mimic a live bait fish.

drew13

thanks for the quick reply ruzett 

Ruzett


markmalta

wow Ruzett! Very helpful indeed! will give spinning a chance! :)
"Lady Ana" Buccaneer 120 powered by 4 stroke 8hp Selva

Ruzett

You're welcome Mark! Tight lines ;)

drew13

does anyone know if there have been any spinning catches lately?
i was planning to go spinning at pixkerija this week for barracuda spnott or sawrell.
is this place productive or is there better?

thanks in advance
Andrew

Chrismassa

Dont go to pixkerija.. Went last sat and the sea was full of pollution and rubbish.. It was like greese and smells awefull. Tight lines

drew13

thanks chris 

do u know anywhere which is good for spinning then?  ;)

Chrismassa

I usually go to cirkewwa... Not so many catches but good followups.