Red Mini: Get Your Ultralight Equipment!
14 September 2023
One of those types that is almost always eager to bite is the Mahi-Mahi. about. However, they occasionally experience closing, which is especially annoying because, unless you’re trolling, you typically see them swim straight up to your bait before turning around and swimming away without eating. What then do you do? You must ignite those bass.
There are a number of ways to induce an immediate providing panic in those fish. Try these techniques the next time you come across a mahi or group of them and they won’t burn any bait:
- Trim a few of your life baits’ tails and toss them in if you have any of any length. Aggressive giving starts after the fish receive a few free meals.
- Cut a leader’s connect off, shave the edge off his mantle, weave the innovator down until it emerges by the tentacles, and therefore re-tie the hook. Turn the wire around and insert it between the squid’s eyes. Then shove it outside and let it slide freely. As it sinks, the tentacles does wave alluringly, and mahi hardly ever reject it.
- Set on a hype and jig the rod while circling the fish or flotsam in small circles.
- Place on a large, beautiful spoon, lower it to about 100 feet, and then quickly pull it back to the boat. The seafood typically didn’t hit it, but when they do, they will chase after it and become excited.
- A floor weber is an option.
Use small( 1 / 0 or so ) hooks and reduce all of your leader sizes to 30 pounds of fluoro if you haven’t already done so. It will be much easier to get those bass to bite if you reduce what they can view.