As long as you can find water and fish, fishing lines will be cast for supper and for sport. The tools for the fishing keep on evolving as the time progresses, starting from simple twine put on a stick and then to high-tech lures and rods.
The fishing tools may vary based on what kind of fish are you aiming to catch however they usually include few commonly used items. You may find them in Fiskebutik med fiskeutrustning & sportfiskeprylar [Fishing shop selling fishing equipment and also angling gadgets].
- Modern rods
Modern fishing rods will consist of strong slender pole with some pliable materials. If you combine it with fishing reel and line, the rod will allow you caste your line far inside the water.
These rods may vary based on what kind of fishing that you are planning to do. They are typically classified by the action, strength, taper and responsiveness. Typically, rods are made of fiberglass or graphite.
- Fishing reels
Reel combines with your fishing rod and will allow you reel in the line. This will allow you pulling in fish or simply reeling the line in meant for another cast. Near the fishing pole’s handle, the reel will sit in reel seat.
- Types of line
This fishing line will allow you to cast your bait and hook far out inside the water. As fishing line, even simple string is used but most fisherman use certain specially designed cord for angling.
Most fishing line may differ in strength based on what kind of fish you may be angling for.
- Sturdy leaders
Leaders can either be monofilament or wire, which is more abrasion-resistant, heavier as compared to fishing line alone. Leader will connect the end of your line to bait and hook.
It is used for protecting the fishing line and prevent it from breaking or bitten in half when you reel in the large fish.
- Fish hooks
Fishing hooks are so designed for impaling and impeding in mouth of fish, as it tends to bite your bait. In case fish cannot unhook itself, you may play it till it will tire and reel it in to gaff or just net it.
Fish hooks can vary in size, design, shape and material. Your choice will depend on what kind of fish you are angling for,
- Floats and weights
Where your hook will settle in the water will be determined by floats and weights. To pull your hook further toward bottom weights are included to your fishing line, for dangling enticingly in-front of a bottom-dwelling fish.
Floats will hold the line nearer to surface, preventing the complete line to sink to the bottom.
- Bait and lures
Bait can vary from fish eggs and cheap worms to some expensive live bait, e.g. frogs or small live fish. Bait can also be marshmallow or kernel of corn.
In sophistication and price lures may vary and they either can mimic the behaviour of the favourite prey of fish or can be designed to perk fish attention with colour or reflection.