The adjustment upGet all your fishing kit set up and use a marker float to find the? Areas where you want to put your bait. Even if your planning to fish near the bank in the m? Margins I recommend getting a marker float in there? to ensure free of any hook especially if you have never fished this? area? l before. You can find f? Easy on Google tips and tricks of using a marker float. But worth every penny. Put your bait on your boat breaks loose mat to protect it and to pull your rig in below. Since so much bait in the boat as you require, then usually pull my rig to the top of the pile of bait that keeps the lead and the hook as straight as possible. This prevents your rig that gets tangled and twisted when you fall. You can also? N use a piece if PVA foam in your hook to ensure doesn 't get snagged up on any weeds etc. Fix a couple of sticks separate bank you can lie on your bar when your boat out. I do this for a couple of reasons, the first being that you can have your sticks close to the water as the wind won 't take any l? Slack line and the second reason? No it's because the bar be? always in the same position, use, and the same distance from the water this way, if you've been shortening their l? line marker or tape used, you 'll know that when l? line hits the clip, you' ll be exactly the same distance as the previous or next drop. Taking the boat out, take the boat out in the direction? N your marker float on the line most? S straight as possible, I usually mental scoring a point on the opposite bank as well? you know you can run the same direction? n towards your next trip. Ie a? Tree or a pole or something to tel? Phone. Choose something you can see in the dark if you get a run at night. Keep your l? Line and avoid the play tight. When you are happy that you are? in the position? n you want drop its load. Dej? Is you will expect your leads to hit the bottom and pull in the slack, but only to lead you don 't want to move your bait off the hook bait nice stack of temptation? N. Use some ribbon? Expensive electrical tape or marker to mark your l? Line as? you can remove the clip reel. Depending on the ship that you est? using can now repeat the procedure to drop his next rig, but of experience, if I'm on my own, usually take only one rig at a time because I always end up getting into a hierarchy? a right of the p? birds, but learn from mistakes (well almost). Set your rod in its sheath, and the wait. Other tipsAlways give bait boat once on his boat when you did it again to make sure no weeds etc in support. I put a piece of ribbon? Electrical on the small holes for drainage in the front of the boat to remove it, as if the water is a little choppy, the water can actually get in? These. Remove the tape when you come back. Watch out for thieves, bait boats are an expensive piece of kit, keep it always out of place when not in use and I take the m? Years in the bivvy at night. There are a ton of accessories available for your boat inc. GPS, fish finders, the lighting? Additional n etc. Evening meeting in the light of a certain etc is required if the margin takes into swims with lots of hooks. Recorded a small torch to handle for this or use a main torch with an adjustable strap around the carrying handle.
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