How to Prevent Fake Bait from Bottom Hanging When Sea Fishing?
Lure fishing for sea bass should first select different types of fake fishing bait according to the fishing ground. If you don’ t know the fishing ground, first, choose the Jig head hookworm fishing as the first team to investigate the situation. Because the lead hook has the characteristics of fast sinking, simple operation, full water layer search and relatively cheap price, even if it is hung, it will not cause heavy losses. After the lead head hook is thrown into the water, the rod should be placed as close as possible or inserted into the water to avoid being blown out by the sea breeze. At the same time, pay attention to carefully observe the situation of fishing reels outgoing line. As soon as it stops, turn off the fishing reels, raise the rod and let the lead head hook leave the bottom slightly, then fall, leave the bottom and fall. According to the situation, close the line in time and repeat it several times to get a general understanding of the bottom.
After the underwater situation and water, depth is determined, according to the needs of the fish, you can choose Lure bait without diving depth from the diving depth of 50 cm to direct bottoming, etc., or you can continue to use the lead head hook to increase the search range. It is the preliminary work to prevent the bottom hanging. However, it is still inevitable that the bottom will still hang when operating the Lure. It's easy for novices to take the signal of shoveling the bottom from the contact between the tongue plate and the bottom of the shallow water as the signal of fish attack, while violent pole lifting results in the situation of not bottom hanging but hook.
In fact, although these two different signals have similarities, they can still be distinguished by careful resolution. The perch attacked the bait very fiercely. After biting, it turned around and walked away. The signal transmitted to the hand had a clear pulling feeling, but the shovel signal did not have this feeling.
When it feels that Lure can't come out of the bait, don't pull hard and hope to pull Lure out. Doing so is counterproductive. Unless you know you are hanging something that can be pulled off. The correct way is to relax the fishing line and wait for the tide to push Lure out of the stone cracks to get out of the trap. If it still doesn't work, try to change your position or use a fishing rod to gently shake in different directions.
The above method still does not work, the last resort is the deadlift. When deadlifting, lock the line cup and hold the line cup holder by hand to prevent damage to the terminal tackle when the force is exerted, straighten the lure rod and the fishing line in one direction, and then tighten the fishing line with an explosive impact Pull the fishing line off.
Don't be in a bad mood after Lure hanging bottom. Use Lure pole to pull randomly and cause damage to pole and wheel, which will be even worse.