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Old 03-09-2011, 03:20 AM
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"BORODKA"- Ukrainian national tackle fishing for walleye. :-)
Ukrainian national tackle fishing for walleye.
"BORODKA".


Translation- "goat beard"

"Borodka" is very popular among anglers, Kyiv region. With it you can catch pike, perch, chub, perch and other fish predators

In the city of Kiev, the bait used for more than 60 years of fishing for walleye

http://rm.rybalka.com/blog/view/1327/


PS Sorry for my bad English, but I try to write correctly
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Old 03-09-2011, 03:26 AM
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I wanted to ask readers forum - in your country caught Walleye similar way to similar lures?
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I wanted to ask readers forum - in your country caught Walleye similar way to similar lures?
I've never seen a lure like that before, so I guess my answer would be, "No".

Is that a weighted cylinder in front of the hook just wrapped in aluminum foil?

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I've never seen a lure like that before, so I guess my answer would be, "No".

Is that a weighted cylinder in front of the hook just wrapped in aluminum foil?

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styrofoam floating material
or
that inside the TV cable

it's a bit like a floating streamer with a triple hook
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Interesting....
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70% fishings we use of course the standard jig lures
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Interesting....
this is the blog of my friend-he professional in catching walleye on Bоrodka
http://boorick.rybalka.com/blog/view/1578/2/

Language is not important - see photos
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this is the blog of my friend-he professional in catching walleye on Bоrodka
http://boorick.rybalka.com/blog/view/1578/2/

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Those are some interesting line guides your friend has rigged up on his rod.
Do you run those floating setups behind drop weights?
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That bait looks like the snagging hooks we used to use for Salmon.
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