How to Choose Fishing Tackle for beginners? 3 tips for distinguishing the quality of fishing rods!
Hook, bait, line, hook, and fishing tackle are all ready, what are you waiting for?
Just wait for the holiday to go fishing!
It's time for the big fish to take the bait as it floats and falls. Every time I recall that moment, I feel ecstatic and indescribable!
Today I will share a secret with you:
How to choose fishing tackle for fishing novices, so that fishermen can save a little wrong way!
First of all, let's understand the fishing rod. The fishing rod is the most important fishing tackle. Here we will bring you a detailed introduction and how to choose the difference between the pros and cons of fishing rods. How do we distinguish the pros and cons of fishing rods?
1. The paint of the fishing rod:
Good fishing rod-paint color will be uniform, full, smooth and delicate, etc.
A better pole is pure black from the second part, there would be no paint, just a thin layer of translucent protective paint, so you can add a little more carbon content, and you will see pure carbon fiber inside.
2. Rod wall:
A high-quality fishing rod has a consistent diameter, a clean cut, with no slight gaps on the rod wall.
Rough slices, incompleteness, irregular rod wall thickness, and minor cracks characterize this inferior fishing rod.
3. The Waist Strength of The Fishing Rod: the rod is generally divided into 3 tonalities
- The 19 tonal poles are the most difficult.
- The 28-toned pole is also tough, and both the 19 and 28-toned poles are perfect for large-game fishing.
- The 37-toned pole is the softest
But no matter how soft the pole is, the waist strength and toughness of the pole are there. In the process of selecting the fishing rod, fully extend the fishing rod to see if the fishing rod is tall and straight.
If the fishing rod is completely straight, it is a pole with a very high waist strength. Its light weight and strength are perfect, but such poles are rare!
Generally, when the pole is swinging horizontally, there will be a bit of curvature. After all, the steel bar will bend and sag when picked up, so we only need to see how much the pole can sag.
If the pole sags less, it means the pole is better; conversely, a pole that sags badly is a poor pole.
Line group collocation:
When you go fishing, you must first select the fish species that would be most commonly caught, and then change the wiring category to fit the size of the fish.
For eg, since Crucian carp are the most commonly caught, we should use a 0.4 to 0.6 sub-line when wiring the party. Only the main line's number must be greater than the sub-number.
In the wild, there would be uncertainties. It's best if you go for a slightly larger cable package. However, we must keep in mind that when catching large trout, the fishing rod must be centered on the gamet thread.
The fishing rod’s fishing weight is about 6KG. At this time, the sub-line tension value of the line assembly cannot exceed 6KG.
And, if a medium to big fish is captured, if the strand's pulling force exceeds the fishing rod's fishing weight, the fishing rod is sometimes lost when the fish cannot be pulled.
As a result, we must use the pulling power to grab the threads that are lighter than the fishing line, allowing the strands to be cut and the fishing rod to be held.
You can refer the the chart below(Number, Diameter, Rally value)
Choice of fish hook:
It depends on how big the target fish is, choose the right hook. The hook for big fish should be a sharp, strong penetrating hook.
Because the bones of big fish are relatively hard, the hook with strong penetrating power can pierce the mouth of the fish quickly.
Let me introduce you to the most cost-effective fishing rod combos that the majority of my fishing buddies have chosen:
1) GHOTDA 2.1M -3.6M Hard FRP Telescopic Fishing Rod <- Shop Here!
Rod Type: Telescopic Fishing Rod
Material: 80% FRP + 20% Carbon Fiber
Top Diameter: 2mm
Model Number: WNG01-1
model: 1.8M 2.1M 2.4M 2.7M 3.0M
True length: 188cm 214cm 246cm 265cm 295cm
Closing length: 40cm 43cm 45cm 48cm 50cm
Rod weight: 118g 146g 175g 210g 250g
power: M fast
reel Gear Ratio: 5.2:1
Number of bearings: 12+1BB
THE ROD INFO
Rod Details: 1.8M | Spinning | 5 Sections | Power: Medium | Lure W. 7-28g | Contraction Length: 50cm | Weight: 156g 2.1M | Spinning | 6 Sections | Power: Medium | Lure W. 7-28g | Contraction Length: 51cm | Weight: 194g 2.4M | Spinning | 7 Sections | Power: Medium | Lure W. 7-28g | Contraction Length: 52cm | Weight: 223g 2.7M | Spinning | 7 Sections | Power: Medium | Lure W. 7-28g | Contraction Length: 52cm | Weight: 229g 3.0M | Spinning | 8 Sections | Power: Medium | Lure W. 7-28g | Contraction Length: 53cm | Weight: 273g 3.6M | Spinning | 8 Sections | Power: Medium | Lure W. 7-28g | Contraction Length: 58cm | Weight: 302g
THE REEL INFO
Model :PA 3000 ,Weight: about 242g, BALL BEARINS: 12+1, REEL RATIO :5.1:1 LINE CAPACITY mm/M 0.22mm/200m,0.25mm/150m,0.30mm/100m. The reel info: Model :PA 4000 ,Weight: about 290g, BALL BEARINS: 12+1, REEL RATIO :5.1:1 LINE CAPACITY mm/M 0.30mm/180m,0.35mm/120m,0.40mm/100m. The reel info: Model :PA 5000 ,Weight: about 290g, BALL BEARINS: 12+1, REEL RATIO :5.1:1 LINE CAPACITY mm/M 0.35mm/180m,0.40mm/150m,0.50mm/100m.