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Lures assembly

Lures assembly













Let’s suppose that when you arrive on the body of water at the opening of the fishing season, you realize that all fishing structures in which the boat should be stationary are already occupied by other fishermen.

These structures are represented on the first model map on the left. On the other hand, not far from the sites already occupied, there is a gently sloping shore with small bays and several gravel sites on the second map. By observing the bottom of the water near the shore, you can see a mixture of rocks of different sizes.

You decide to do give it a try in this zone.

The first thing to do is to check how and with what you will prospect. Looking at the second map, you already know that you will be fishing along the shore at an average depth of 6 feet, and you also realize that you must be more vigilant when you can see gravel on the shore.

Take your cell phone and open Harpon app. Select brook trout and go on the technical and assembly page. Open the M1TSL-MMC assembly and look at the assembly page.

The assembly shown here on the right is designed for a super slow drag. You can see the assembly number M1TSL-MMC on your cell phone. The C means that this assembly is designed for clear water, as specified when fishing conditions were selected. This assembly is suitable for the technique bearing the same name, and is specifically designed to work well at low speed and in shallow waters for the period of fishing in cold water. It is light, it moves well at slow speed and it allows for a long line in the water.







The lure assembly adapts to changing fishing conditions. Now open the M1TSL-MMT assembly and look at the assembly page.


The assembly on the left is identical to the previous one and the fishing techniques suggested are the same because the differences with the previous fishing conditions for exemple only affect the lure color. As you can see on your cell phone, the letter at the end of the assembly code is a T (M1TSL-MMT). This assembly is designed for darker, tinted water. The lure colors are different and we also replaced the nymph with a fake orange salmon egg. These colors will be more easily spotted by the fish in slightly darker, tinted water.

By looking on your cell phone, you will see that each item of the assembly is described in details in the upper section. It is very important to apply the technical specifications of the assembly. If a 6‑pound resistance wire in fluorocarbon is suggested, it’s because this type of line will give you the maximum chance of catching fish under the current fishing conditions. The same applies for the snap swivel — if you install one that is too large, the assembly will be too heavy and you will not be able to present the lure effectively. Frequently, fishing results are disappointing due to a small detail that seems insignificant, but in this case another type of wire more visible to the fish could cause it to go away rather than bite.

There may also be small differences in the fishing technique. For example, we may suggest a slower speed in darker water.

You do not need to memorize all these codes and their meaning. The assembly and technique code appears on the page to facilitate communication between fishermen. Since differences are often minimal, it is easier to use the code when referring to an assembly or a technique than trying to describe it.

When the fishing conditions change, especially the level of brightness, make a new selection in order to always adapt your fishing to the actual conditions. This is one of the secrets of constantly successful fishermen.

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