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Techniques of fishing with waggler floats.
Fishing on the drop.
Fishing on the drop is a technique used with waggler floats where the fish take the bait as it falls through the water. But if they don’t take it as it falls, leave it on the bottom for a while before re-casting just in case a fish takes a fancy to it when it has settled. Chuck a few maggots (or whatever else you are using for bait) in each time you cast. Read the rest of this entry »
Waggler floats for coarse fishing are the popular choice. But why?
Basically, using waggler floats for coarse fishing is the logical choice. They are sensitive, you can adjust the depth very easily and there are such a wide variety readily available from tackle shops and online.
10 mixed NEW Unloaded Waggler Floats.
5 straight (wide tip), 5 insert (narrow tip), shotting sizes 2BB to 7BB. These floats are perfect for fishing for a variety of coarse fish within UK mainland and UK rivers.The floats are Read the rest of this entry »
In these days where Carp angling is the most popular branch of the sport, float fishing has become a forgotten art. But for those that care to learn this simple discipline, hours of great sport can be their reward.
Float fishing is one of the simplest and best forms of bite detection. You can use a float to catch all of the species of coarse fish and indeed for some it is the best method to use. Using a float gives you the ability to spot even the most timid bites as soon as they occur and offers you the advantage of stealth by causing very little disturbance as you cast your bait into your chosen swim.It is a simple method to learn but not so easy to master. Read the rest of this entry »
The most popular form of fishing in the UK is probably float fishing. There is a bewildering array of float designs available form tackle shops so it can seem overwhelming to the beginner when they are trying to choose which to buy.
Floats enable the angler to set the bait at whatever depth in the water they like, during a session, the astute angler will change the depth in order to see if he or she can catch more fish. There is a lot to learn but so why not start waggler fishing with Liam Dale [DVD]
Each design of float has a purpose, different ones are used for styles of fishing. Broadly speaking, there are only 3 types of float, the waggler, the stick float and the pole float.
In this short guide, I will explain a little about the waggler float. I hope it helps.
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