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Posted 12 October 2009 - 01:33 PM

EscaŽ attractors weigh 7 grams. They can be used by themselves as a small jig though they are best used together with spinners jigs and bait or in combination with Esca? accessories such as shrimp and squid. You can combine the Esca? with other items of fishing tackle in a number of different ways. Here are a few tips based on experience. You can also combine an Esca? with a spinner by attaching the Esca? to either the top or bottom split ring or you can choose to use the Esca? with or without a hook. We have had a lot of success with attaching the light unit to the top of the spinner without using a separate treble hook. The light unit then acts as a lure light so it looks like the jig has caught a prey that is emitting light. You can also use the Esca? as a hanger with or without an Esca? shrimp or an Esca? squid. We have had a lot of positive reports that the Esca? unit is extremely effective when combined with bait. The Esca? attracts the interest of the fish which then finds the bait a lot more easily. What is special about the Esca? attractor is that the light is emitted in all directions whereas the smell of the bait spreads out only in the direction in which the water is flowing. As a result we have had very good results from attaching the Esca? in front of each hook when fishing with a line or a long line ? so we can definitely recommend combining Esca? with a spinner and bait (mackerel fillet shrimp etc.). The colors blue and green are very specific light wavelengths that simulate lure lights used by marine organisms. Blue light is the color most commonly used by marine organisms in their light organs. It is also the wavelength that penetrates deepest and furthest in water. In shallower waters containing more particles and algae green light is more often used though this varies from season to season and place to place. We recommend therefore that you figure out what works best in your favorite fishing spots.

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