At present, anyone canbuy a float fishing rod, it will be completely ready to fish in any pond. Is this really so? Can the same equipment be universal for small lakes, and for rivers with a pronounced current? Any fisher, even with minimal experience, will easily deny this possibility. Then another question arises: "How correctly to collect a fishing pole for fishing on different kinds of reservoirs and on different fish?" And really: how? Only personal experience, constant experiments and small recommendations will help here.
The simplest and at the same time the most popular tackleis an ordinary float fishing rod. It is perfect for ponds, lakes, small rivers, ducts and caves. You can catch fish with it either from the shore or from the boat. Let's figure out how to properly assemble a fishing rod, so that the fish pecks, and hooks on the hook. Firstly, the rod itself. It can be of different lengths and different in weight. For rivers and caves, where the depth begins a little farther from the shore, it is better to take the rod longer, and if catching takes place over a cliff, it will be quite useful and shorter. As for the weight, it all depends on the convenience and comfort of the fisherman himself and on the size of the alleged trophy. Earlier on the float fishing rods set inertial coils. At present they still retain their leading position. But on the sly they are replaced by inertia-free coils. They are more convenient and practical, besides they break less often.
Next, you have to decide on the line. Here experiments should not be put. The braid and other options for spinning on the float are not needed. The trick of how to properly assemble a fishing rod is the simplicity of the rigging. The coil of the fishing line is wound around the usual, but it will be necessary to select the diameter in accordance with the weight of the fish that the angler is going to fish. So, for small species (ruffs, bleak, roach, raisers) it will fit just 0.1-0.15 mm. Well, for trophies larger (perch, roach, crucian, tench), a fishing line with a diameter of 0.18-0.2 mm is put on the fishing rod. Thicker to take a tackle is not worth it. To the end of the line is attached a small sinker. Now about the float. It is selected depending on the severity of the current on the pond. The stronger it is, the thicker the float. With color and form will have to experiment, as these characteristics are individual for each pond. If there is a pike in the place where fishing takes place, then leashes will be needed. The hook is placed again in accordance with the size of the fish. But in order to have fewer gatherings, the point must be slightly deflected to the side. So the fish will cut itself.
Bottom rod, unlike the float, createdin order to catch not under the coast, but at a distance from it, where it is deeper. The difference in these gears is that there is no float in the Donkey. The bugle notifies you of the biting. As a rule, it is a bell or bells hung on the tip of the rod. Also in the bottom gear there is a heavy sinker. There are a large number of options for rigging, each of which is designed for a specific fish. Often, instead of sinkers, feeders are used.