Fishing Secrets: Floating Tackle
Floating tackle is the most popular among anglers. And this is quite understandable, since for hunting for peaceful fish float fishing is the most optimal and efficient way of catching. Well, perhaps, this tackle is the most affordable and simple, does not require special monetary investments for expensive equipment. However, despite all the simplicity, there are many options for rigging the fishing rod. And catching on "float" will seem primitive only to the amateur. To achieve stable and tangible results in float fishing, a serious attitude to this gear is needed, which deserves respect as much as the same spinning and feeder.
- telescopic or rod;
- Multiplicative or inertial-free coil (only with running equipment);
- fishing line;
- Float for a fly fishing rod;
- small sinkers - olives;
- the hook.
First of all, a float tackle is fittedbased on where and whom the fisherman is going to catch. It also takes into account the presence and absence of leaking skids on the fishing rod. If there are none, then the rigging is called deaf, and if there are - a running one. By the way, the last to sell the vast majority. Their advantage is that they allow the angler to catch at a much greater distance. As a rule, a traveling tackle has a reel seat. Fishing rods with a dull rig are used mainly in competitions in sport fishing, where the ability to manipulate the tackle is primarily assessed.
Summer and winter float equipment requiredequipped with weights. They differ from each other primarily in weight and shape. Despite its small size, this element of rigging is no less important, as in combination with the float and fishing line it, in its essence, is the most responsible part of the "float". Thanks to the weight of the sinker, the bait is delivered to the fish, and it's not possible to just make a good cast without these little "olives".</ p>>