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Lake Del Valle Trout Action & Rigging

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Published on Nov 10, 2009

Fish with Craig Wood at Lake Del Valle. Action was great as on one occasion we had a double hook-up. We were using Shelton Self Release Hooks™ and TadPole snagless weight while fishing with floating bait bait. We fished points only and we pulled boat up on the point making lots of noise. We fished out of boat very near shore from 4 to 10 foot depth. We caught 8 trout and brought home 7. The bite was early from daylight to about noonthen it slowed down. Bill Gygax was suppose to take his neighbor but at the last second his neighbor canceled because of a urgent tile job as he does tile work so Bill fishes along and caught 4 and he was off the water at 1 pm.
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How the self releasing quick out trout catfish bass bait hook works. To find out how the amazing self releasing hook works and to see the animation of release action go to http://www.sheltonproducts.com/shelto... To find out more about my advanced fishing invention go to http://www.sheltonproducts.com To see my video movie theater with a incredible list of how to and action fishing video go to http://www.sheltonproducts.com/shelto... To see a video of the TadPole snagless weights go to http://www.sheltonproducts.com/tadpol... There were two hook mortality study done with them in the Eastern Sierras and sponsored by US Forest service and local business men in Mono and Inyo Counties that proof the mortality rate was equal to or less than fly fishing mortality. Since you aren't breaking off hooks in fish and with the TadPole snagless weights, not breaking off in rocks, you get in more fishing time because you are not down re-rigging so that gives you more time with your bait in the water and you improve your catch. This is especially important when you have kids, as you will not spend all of your time re-rigging them. It is especially a good feeling seeing them swim away. Berkley Power Bait and these hooks and TadPole make one of the most effective trout bait rig there is. Catch and keep, no problem, you get the hook out instantly, and catch and release couldn't be easier. Regarding self-releasing hooks. They are design to release fish without touching them. Basically how they work is the eye of the hook is at the bend of the hook and the leader line goes through a flexible plastic sleeve that goes over leader line and when the sleeve is slid down over the shank of the hook it is set and fish just like a regular fishhook. The sleeve has a second line tied to the top of this and parallels the main leader line and is attach by a sliding 3 turn uniknot tied with thread. When you slid the red knot up by pinching it or using a pocket comb it slides the sleeve up and the hook rotates and self releases.
A hot new lure SBR™, Shad Bullet Rotator™ and MBR™ Minnow Bullet Rotator™ for trout, stripers and mackinaw. Trout fighting, jumping and airbatics. The fantastic trout catching rig. We had most action by trolling near shore early and deeper after sun came up. To see a testimonial on the fantastic SBR™ go to http://www.sheltonproducts.com/SBRTes... To see pictures go to http://www.sheltonproducts.com To see how to bait up the MBR™ Minnow Bullet Rotator using a Shasta Tackle Paddletail rubber bait go to http://www.sheltonproducts.com/MBR howtobaitHighspeed.mov
To see a movie on catching a bass on that rig go to http://www.sheltonproducts.com/MBRBas...
To see how to use the a SFD™ Shelton Fish Descender™ go to http://www.sheltonproducts.com/SFD.html
Fish that have their air bladder inflate and float can be kill by birds and other predators. Using a SFD™ inline with standard fishing gear gets the fish back down and lets the water pressure recompress their air bladder. Do this with minimum loss in fishing time.

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