How to choose a float


When choosing a floater, if you want a higher sensitivi […]

When choosing a floater, if you want a higher sensitivity, choose a hard-tailed short-buoyed float; if you want a higher stability, choose a soft-tailed long-buoyed float. Of course, this is not absolutely constant.

Float selection should be based on the waters, fish conditions, seasons, species and weather of the fishing. For example, the waters to be fished are flat fishing ponds (charged by the day), the main species are sturgeon, and the season is sunny breeze in summer. At this time, the soft tail drift of long drift body should be selected. Because in this case, the fish has a good opening, the signal is relatively stable when feeding, and there are more small miscellaneous fish.

The soft tail float of the long floating body can filter the arch food signal of the small miscellaneous fish, and the signals reflected in the floating float are mostly The carp feeding signal, the fish rate is higher in the blunt or rising one rod. If you choose a short floater, because of its high sensitivity, you can't filter the signal of small fish arch food. At this time, the floater is mostly reflected as left and right shaking or jumping up and down, the signal is messy, and the fish rate in the pole is very low.