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#1 Fire Eagle

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Posted 01 June 2009 - 10:17 AM

Does anyone has any tips to offer for Sabiki fishing ? Or any Sabiki to recommend me ? I am new to fishing.

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#2 Zex

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Posted 04 June 2009 - 10:33 PM

The best Sabiki is those with a little feathers and shining tinsels. Avoid those with rubber or silicone cheaters. Max 5 hook (in Croatia is allowed three). At the end put a little lead (torpedo) or better squid jig sink (so you can catch some squid too). Depth 20 - 40 meters. Go around (slow, about 1-2 KT) and search on the fish finder for shoal of fish and keeps it at the half depth. When you find the fish turn off the motor and show can begin :rolleyes:
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#3 jckkeith

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Posted 27 February 2010 - 08:40 PM

I have caught them using just a piece of makeral and a sabiki rig.Well i no photo to saw.
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#4 Zex

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Posted 28 February 2010 - 01:18 AM

I just came from morning sabiki session :)
7 kilos per two hours fishing.
Latin name for this fish is Paggelus erytrinus, i don't know english.
Here is picture (now i write this after launch, it was very taste, mmm).

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#5 Acslata

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Posted 01 March 2010 - 05:43 AM

They sell dedicated sabiki rods if you want to check them out...No hassle of tangling or taking it down & transporting.
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#6 KathyRRozier

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Posted 14 October 2011 - 06:03 PM

Tips:
Step 1
Locate a school of bait fish if possible. If you can not find a school that can blind template for bait, but not so productive.

Step 2
The team then sabiki lowed in the water. A simple jigging motion templates to dance and attract small bait templates.

Step 3
You should feel a light touch as bait bite templates. It is possible to catch fish at a time. Sabiki reel to the platform and remove the hook and put hook in the bait container.

Step 4
Continue jigging sabiki platform until they have caught the fresh bait as needed.

Step 5
Sabiki shad caught platform.

Sabiki platforms work best when fishing straight down from a dock or boat. Maintain different sizes of platforms. The smaller the fish you're after, the smaller the hook you need. It is best to start with the smallest size you have. If you can feel the fish biting the platform, but not catching any, or if you are hooking the fish, but fall off, switch to a larger size.

Drop in on the bottom shelf so that the weight is on the bottom, but the team is suspended above the bottom. Do not move around much at all. If nothing bites after a couple of minutes, raise the platform halfway to the surface. When you feel the fish biting, do not roll away. Leave a few minutes to allow time for other fish that bite the rest of the hooks.

Good luck!
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