Squid Fishing from Shore

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Squid Fishing From Shore

On this occasion and without further ado, we will move on to tackle everything about squid fishing from the ground. Do not lose detail, surely you will be interested.

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Why Capture Squid From The Shore

This type of fishing is gaining more and more fans because it does not require much knowledge or excessive expenses, apart from our usual fishing equipment.

In addition, it is known by all coastal squid fishermen that the average size of the catch is much greater than the fish from the boat.

One of the advantages of this type of fishing is that usually the squids, excellent swimmers, usually travel in banks or groups formed by numerous individuals. In addition, the squid is one of the animals whose eyes are larger in proportion to their body, which gives them an excellent view.

Both facts come together to ensure, if we find a fish bank, that the success of our catches will be practically assured.

Squid Fishing: Where Captured

The usual squid fishing grounds from the ground are often rocky areas flooded by the sea, such as breakwaters, dikes, harbors but also rocky rocks or beaches.

When They Are Caught

Experts advise breeding periods to make catches as they are more abundant adult groups, and closer to the coast. They are not friends with sunlight, so dawn is a very advisable time to realize good captures, at sunset you can also or during the night, which is when they are active: in short, fishing for day squids is less productive Which at this time are not allowed to be seen.

They do not seem to affect the state of the moon (new, full, …) but the rains, since it makes them more voracious. Therefore rainy days are recommended, after intense rain and the last two hours of rising tide, as well as the first hour of descent of this.

Another very successful place for these types of catches are those places where a light hits clean waters of a certain depth, such as a lamppost on a harbor breakwater, but does not involve fishing for day squids.

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They can be caught in all our coasts practically at any time of year, there is no season of the squid similar to that of other fish, although it is more advisable in summer when they are more abundant in our waters.

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How Calamares Are Fished From The Coast

Usually for squid fishing without the aid of a boat, artificial (bird) or natural (sardine) lures are usually used in rods between 1.80 and 3.30 m in length. The fundamental thing in this type of reeds is that they are specially designed for short actions and for that their weight must be between 0.5 and 5 grams to the 20 or 40 grams, but not heavier.

To lighten the weight of the cane, materials such as glass fiber or carbon are used. The Baetis Chipi cane (0.5 / 20, 130 g) and the Tele Chipi (0.5 / 10, 90 g) are of great importance for the fishing of squid, if we are dealing with smaller sizes.
Regarding brands, there are as many as prices (Yuki, Colmic, Tubertini, …).

The objective of this type of reeds is to allow a very high sensitization so that the smaller prick in the lure, the reed intensifies it. So much so that towards the beginning of summer, when the size of the squid is still small, some use whale hair rods, with a very high sensitization.

For this reason, the reels for fishing squid must combine three fundamental characteristics: lightness, good line length and little thread storage. Generally 1000, 2500 and even 4000 reels are usually used. Shimano, Daiwa or Mitchell has reels of this type a

t a good price for the purpose we wish to give.

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The materials of the line depend on the tastes of the fisherman since there are those who use braids, those who prefer fluorocarbon and others who prefer nylon; Although the main thing is to pay attention to the diameter. It should be smaller the smaller the size of the squid to catch. An example of fluorocarbon used by fishermen is the Gorilla UC4 from Tubertini.

The nylon Ika 4G Squid novelty for the year 2015 is a great alternative for its use as monofilament since its low elasticity makes it perfect to facilitate the dive of the squid.

Regarding the properties or coloring of the line, there are those who opt for the invisible ones that, although effective, are expensive for the purpose we desire.

With regard to the lure to use, in the market there is for all tastes and sizes. There are those who use jibioneras similar to those used to fish cuttlefish or cuttlefish (only varies the way that each animal feeds, while sepia takes the hook from the ground, the squid or squid hunt it in the water). The preferred morphology for cephalopods is one that mimics a shrimp.

The ideal for squid fishing  is to place the jibionera or lure on a plumb line. Each lead has a numbering and is precisely playing with the dimensions and weight of the bird and plumb line which will allow us to make the lure used sink more or less slow. This is useful to fool the squid or possible catch, for example if we use slow sinking lures, the squid will seem to be moving our lure in the water, being more likely to attack.

However, if you decide to do without the plummet, you can add to the lure a little ballast for the squid to look like a fish in the water to attack (the squid is an aggressive predator), as if it were a spinning mode Which is known as eging.

Some fishing rods designed exclusively for this modality are parabolic with the intention of not damaging the tentacles of the squid. However, if you do not want to spend too much, any cane that meets the requirements described above will suffice to achieve good catches.

Fishing With Jibioneras With Rod And Fresh Bait

Many fishermen choose to substitute the artificial ones for fresh bait like sardines or herrings using poteras or jibioneras porta baits or jibisardinas.

We will help a buoy to keep the bait in suspension waiting for the longed for sting. The jibionera or potera should be separated from the buoy about 3-4 meters. Logically less depth if we fish shallow bottoms. The recommended fishing line is between 0.20 mm and 0.30 mm.

It is advisable to use elastic thread in the sardine for a better support of the same as in the sets can be damaged and even detached. It is necessary to insist with the elastic thread in the zone of the tail since it is narrower and has more possibilities of damages when throwing.

Another trick used by some squid fishermen is to brown the area with a massif to attract fish. If there are calamari nearby they will go behind and we will have more chances that they will come across our deception.

 Attacks And Catches

The squid, as we pointed out, pulls in only one direction. Therefore and to counteract we must make a constant and gradual collection without jerks or stops or lose the prey. Once out of the water, removed the squid by pulse is recommended to use a salabre to help us in the work, while ensuring that we will not lose the prey at the last moment.

Audio “How to fish squid from shore”

 Tricks To Ensure Better Catches

1. Technical Tricks

One characteristic of cephalopods such as octopus, cuttlefish or squids is that they only pull in one direction. Therefore, they must use lines with high resistance (in kilos) (0.20 mm -0.30 mm)

However, it must be distinguished well between resistance or force that is able to withstand a thread in tension (measured in kilos) with the abrasion resistance, which measures the ability of the line not to break with the friction. In cases of opting for lines such as braiding, although they have high strength (in kilos), the abrasion resistance is lower than in lines of other materials. This means that the braid is able to withstand greater forces made by the squid than other threads, but it suffices that it rubs against the surface of the rocks, or the breakwaters (resistance to abrasion) so that it breaks and we lose our catch.

Therefore, to avoid this possible problem without forgetting the braiding, it is used as a mother line, adding a fluorocarbon thread as a bridge or gamete carrying (this second yarn with greater resistance to abrasion than braiding) the lures or birds.

Another trick, this time with regard to artificial fish is to opt for those created by a Croatian brand and have revolutionized the market by the high effectiveness of their products: the DTD brand, able to compete and beat other more veteran brands And leading as the Japanese.

 2. Tricks In Practice

When you have your lure in the water, it is advisable every minute or at least every five, give a little tidbit of the line for the lure to move and the calamares give the impression that it is a possible living piece.

Already in the process of obtaining our catch, it is advisable to stop the lifting of the dam once the head has been removed from the water. Already helped with our sacadera not to lose the capture, the animal usually eject ink and water that can get to reduce the weight of the piece in almost half. Our line will thank us.

It is recommended to clean with a toothbrush and fresh water the lures between capture and capture as some squids or cuttlefish are able to detect if others have used them, refusing them.

Never forget a good sacadero or salabre to ensure the squid when it comes out of the water, as it is the perfect time to lose them because of the resistance they can exert when removing them from the sea.

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