Catch with a flow pass

Catch with a flow pass

The key to successful fishing with "by-water" is feeding the fish in as natural a bait as possible – letting it go freely with the flow. To keep the "rules of the game” and that the lure has a natural impression, we choose delicate and light equipment – depending on the species of fish caught, of course. The lightness of the rod is also important for this reason, that we keep them in our hands when fishing. It would be ideal to fish with the simplest possible fishing rod – without float and load (under favorable circumstances, this should be done). The choice of load depends on the strength of the current and hence, at what depth are we going to fish. Most of the time, we fish just above the bottom, because this is where the fish have the most opportunities to find food,sometimes, however, you can also fish in the upper layers of the water.

When fishing in shallow waters, you can fish with a fixed float (A,C), when fishing in deeper fisheries, we install a floating float (B). The stops can be made in various ways (D, E - z neither, fishing line; F – from a valve rubber).

We can fish from the shore by casting the set diagonally downstream. You can fish more effectively while wading; then we can bait each objectively suitable position in the stream, and by appropriate maneuvering the rod, we can allow the lure to float even over a long distance, by which, of course, we will strengthen the confidence of the fish. After casting, we let the lure go downstream, gradually let go of the line (always only bit by bit), so, to have constant contact with the bait, which is a condition for a quick hook when a bite is recorded. You can also watch the bite on the float.

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