Fishing rod is one of the most basic fishing equipment for anglers, and it is also a product that is easily damaged. After all, the price of a more common fishing rod is about 100 yuan, and the frequency of replacement of fishing rods by ordinary fishermen is not very fast.
If you can understand the relevant use of common sense, it will reduce many unnecessary losses. Also refers to two different drugs.
1. When removing the sheath, pull it out directly above, hard twisting and prying will cause the tail section to break.
2. When you start fishing, you should align the front and rear wire loops, otherwise the main line will be wrapped around the rod or the tail tip will be broken.
3. Do not roll in the main line that is twisted into a knot to prevent the rod from breaking.
4. It is necessary to equip the sinker as far as possible according to the use requirements of the rod, and do not allow the tail section to be overstressed.
5. If the bottom hangs during the fishing process, it is absolutely not allowed to lift the rod too hard to dig hard, and most of the consequences will end in broken rod.
6. When fishing in the sand, care should be taken to prevent sand from entering the rod joints and reels, and should be supported by rod racks or other objects.
7. Fishing should prevent you from being too excited when you catch a big fish, and use the same force as the big fish. There are regrets of breaking the rod and running the fish.
8. Be careful with high-voltage power supply equipment when fishing. In thunderstorm days, you should put down the pole in your hand to take lightning protection measures.
9. When you need to change positions during shore fishing, you should shrink the fishing rod before climbing mountains , crossing water, and traversing forests to prevent broken rods and other inconveniences.
10. At the beginning of use, remember not to use swinging instead of drawing, otherwise it will cause " dead joints ".
11. When fishing on the shore and boat, you must first take care of the front and rear when throwing the rod, so as to prevent damage to people and things.