How to Fish With a Wobbler?

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How to Make a Tackle for Wobbler Fishing?

Tips for the novice angler to successfully catch fish such as Atlantic Sierra fish, Barracuda, Pejerrey fish, Hurel, and other predators on wobblers from shore (or rocks). In order to fish properly and be successful, here are the basic criteria that must be taken into account:

  • Which body of water
  • Who to hunt
  • Time of year
  • Time of day
  • A specific place to fish

Today I will tell you how to fish in the ocean from the shore at a depth of 2 to 8 meters. Throwing a wobbler up to 100 meters and daylight hours (dawn or dusk). The choice of wobbler:

  • Weight 22-40 grams
  • Length 80 to 130 mm
  • Standard form (see photo)

Standard Wobbler Shapes

  • Color: light colors with shades of yellow, silver, blue, and gray
  • Priced from $6 to $30 each

Choice of rod – Goture Xceed 1004 M-S 4 Sections Travel Fishing Rod. There’s no one-size-fits-all answer here. The main characteristics are:

  • Length 2.5 meters to 3.5 meters
  • Lure Weight 3/8 oz
  • Line Weight 15-30 lb
  • Mod-Fast Action
  • Med Power
  • Length 10″

Reel choice: here is the option of the Piscifun Flame 4000 Light Weight Ultra Smooth Spinning Reel. The mainline is a good solution KastKing Heavy Duty Silky 8 Carrier Braided Line 20LB 100% PE. Braided line 200 meters long for long-distance throwing and not to get tangled. The thickness of 0.16 to 0.25 mm.

Leash – fluorocarbon with thickness from 0.25 to 0.45 mm.

How to tie the mainline and leash?

Important. Be sure to cut the ends of the line short.

The swivel plus a carabiner lock (strong with corrosion protection, reliable).

Attachment Lock Knot – Palomar Fishing Knot

Video – how to assemble the tackle?

How to Catch Fish on Wobbler Fishing Lure?

Find a convenient place to cast. It is advisable to see where the local fishermen are catching. Start fishing 2 hours before sunset.

Start casting your wobbler as far as possible toward the ocean. After the wobbler has dropped, you need to wait a few seconds while it sinks to a depth of 2 to 5 meters. While fishing, it is important to change different types of wobblers at least every 20 minutes. Until one of them does not like the fish and starts biting.

Next step. Rotate the reel quickly. The number of revolutions per second is an individual approach. Predatory fish will bite sharply and you need in time to bite it additionally so that the triple hooks are deeply in and fixed in the mouth of the fish.

Once the fish is caught (the reel will emit a characteristic crackle), you, without loosening the line, try to pull the fish to shore. The first minutes are usually the most active and it is important to turn the fish head to shore if it pulls to depth.

The decisive step. Pull it to land. You can use a net or a boat hook, or throw it into the shallows. Experienced anglers take the fish by the gills in shallow water and bring it to shore.
If you do not need the fish for food, you need to carefully remove it from the hook and release it into the water.

Important. To make fishing comfortable and safe supplement your equipment with Rapala tools. Then in the process of hunting, you will not have any problems or unexpected situations. I hope my tips and video will help you catch your fish!

Sergio Smirnoff
Sergio Smirnoff
Professional fisherman with 40+ years of experience.
Fishing and the ocean is a passion of my life. I am passionate about all kinds of sea fishing: fishing from the shore (spinning, float, baitcasting), from a boat, and spearfishing day and night.

I live in Tenerife (Canary Islands) for the last 10+ years and share my daily fishing experiences on my website. Many years of personal experience as a fisherman and the vast experience of my friends allow me to write professionally on any fishing topics (from choosing a flashlight and equipment to deep-sea fishing).

All of my advice is based on practical real-world experience and will be useful to both novice anglers and professionals. Read more about the author.

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