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Fishing Methods for Catching Rudd

By far the best form of presentation for rudd is at, or close to, the surface. In deep lakes, the bottom weeds often grow up to within a few feet of the surface. In marginal waters these weeds usually break … Continue reading

16. July 2011 by admin
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Bait and Tackle for Rudd Fishing

Baits Almost any ROACH bait will also succeed for rudd and improvisation with grubs, pond skaters, and insects from marginal weed will often prove successful. Among the best baits are bread derivatives, worms, maggots, chrysalids, and natural and articial flies … Continue reading

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Rudd: What the Fisherman Should Know

The rudd (Scardinius erythrophthalmus) is also called red eye, azurine, blue roach (and, in Ireland, roach). The back is green-brown, grey-brown, green-blue, or intermediate. The flanks are pale yellow in the young fish, becoming brassy as it gets older, and … Continue reading

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