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How to choose Fishing Gear and Supplies

In sports fishing, every detail counts. Fishermen’s stores offer a wide range of fishing gear and accessories. This article attempts to present cork models that can be successfully used in fishing for different fish species. Even if you are a beginner you can join in on the fun with this beginner fishing pole kit.  Here are some types of corks, the materials used to construct them, and the locations where we can fish with them. You can see more info on this profishinggearreviews link.


Waggler can be made from balsa, peacock feathers, transparent plastic. With such corks, you can fish on any water: lake, canal, river, pond, etc. All kinds of baits can be used.

Wagglers from balsa are of two types, straight (pencil) and shoulder, both used on any kind of water, with the difference that the straight ones are more stable than those with the shoulder, so they can also be used during the wind. The 5.6-gram plugs are indicated under such conditions — baits: worms, castors, corn, frames, etc.  For optimum fishing, results check out these fish finder reviews.

Balsa Chubber

Balsa Chubber is made of balsa or hardwood named lignum in the UK. These rafts can support baits like bread roll (clean, babushka), a bouquet of serpentines  (perch, marsh), preserved cubes (clean, carp, swamp). Specially built for flowing water, these rafts can support between 6 and 10-12 grams.

Sticks Corks or beetles

There are corks that are used only on flowing waters to the trotting method. The plumage is 5-6 grams. Materials used: balsa or lignum. Species that are targeted are perch, reddish, etc.

Cork Carp Controller

Corks Carp Controller is designed exclusively for surface fishing. It is also possible to fish for other carp varieties using mounts that incorporate these rafts, but it seems that the best results are obtained by trawling for ponds on commercial waters. The primary bait is dog biscuits, Frolic. Attachment on the hook is done with Super-Glue or with mini silicone tapes.

Bubble Cork

Cork Buldo or Bubble Cork is intended for fishing for trout with natural bait (where it is allowed). These corks are made of transparent plastic (the part that stands in the water) and are colored to be easily visible, the side that rises above. It is filled with water through two holes in the upper part with silicone plugs for sealing.

Onion floats

Onion floats, called so because they have the shape of an onion bulb. Extremely stable in the wind, ideal for natural locations. Any type of bait can be used — the materials from which they are built: balsa or lignum, covered with special paint.

Waggler Insert

These are extremely sensitive; plumages are only a few grams, ideal for fishing in the autumn late fall, or early spring fishing when bites are rare and the line used must be susceptible. Baits are worms or dragonflies, materials, transparent plastic, or balsa.

Avon Sticks

Classical rafts are used for Rubenstein. When you need fine slices, floats with lobes between 1 and 4 grams are ideal.

Avon Sticks are corks with metal rods for fishing on flowing waters. Fishing wires must be carefully chosen because they will be in contact with the fish in the sting. These floats are attached to the thread with rubber rings, three on the metal rod and one on the “shoulder” at the top, leaving only 1 cm above the water. The fishing method is called trotting, that is, the fisherman holding his finger on the reel drum with the pickup left.

The thread must be allowed to flow from the drum by “rotating” the flow of the raft into the current. The plumbing is of the “shirt buttons” type, i.e., the balls are attached from 5 cm to 5 cm thread in a shot or groups of two, and at the end of the line, at a distance of 10 cm hook over the for fac.

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Fisherman equipment

The footwear must be lightweight and of good quality to provide exceptional comfort in mileage trips through the boulders. Cramped boots are used, and in the case of neoprene blazers or breathable materials, special boots with a treadmill or other adhering structures can be used.


The bite fishing line is generally 2.40, 2.70 m long, and the classes used more are between 2 and 6 A.F.T.M.A. For small rivers and verges parachutes of grades 3-4 and lengths 9 ‘(2.75 m) are the most suitable. On slower lakes and rivers, lower classes give us comfortable fishing.

Bite reel

Less important during fish drilling, mainly used as a reserve for a fly bite. Being as light as resilient is essential. Its purpose is to balance the whole, and in the case of large fish, it can be used to fatigue more vigorous specimens.

The musk’s lieutenant

Mainly used in competitions, it is required by the rules of these competitions, which provide for the release of fish and especially the use of hooks (without spin), in the case of large specimens and especially in the case of use of small diameters. It is essential that the net of the coin does not cling to the fish nests.

The vest

A universal and multifunctional clothing accessory, the pocket set is essential for various accessories such as a guillotine, pencil (hemostatic pliers), thread rolls, vaseline, and lubricants for flies and snorkels. There is also a big pocket on the back of the muscled vest, in which we store the raincoat, often used in the mountains. There are also no specially designed and set rings for hanging accessories such as a coin. In the other pockets, we can keep the documents, the mobile phone, and the camera. And others, like ice fishing bibs, are made to face adverse weather conditions and considerable low temperatures when fishing.

A whistle can get us out of the deadlock in the event of an injury, or to signal our partner who cannot easily hear through the disturbing noise produced by the water drop.

One Comment

  • Adam

    Thanks for your advice. I think you need to follow the type of fishing you like and pick the right gear. I am currently looking for an ice fishing camera that I need for winter fishing so that I can look under the ice

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