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Shipment tackle under different conditions of fishing, catching in the wiring, bite on the float, setting the depth

Video Guide (by time):
0:01 equipment rod, ogruzka float using the main load and additional cargo – podasok;
1:42 how to properly load the float (set the weight of the desired weight on the gear)
1:46 ogruzka – setting the weight of the main load, the weight of the main load is put such a weight that the float plunges along the waterline;
2:00 ogruzka podpaska – setting the weight of the additional load to the main load, the weight of the additional load is put such a weight that the antenna peeks out of the water at 4-5mm;
2:30 installation of the depth of tackle on the reservoir: if you put a great depth (the additional load lies completely on the bottom), then the float will plunge along the waterline; if you put a small depth (the main load and additional load are in the water column) then the float will sink almost completely (the antenna will be visible by 4-5mm); when setting the correct depth, the sub-tiers (extra weight) should only touch the bottom, and approximately half of the antenna will be visible;
3:04 it is possible to use even a small additional load with a floating nozzle;
3:14 how podpasok (additional cargo) works, if the fish lifts it, then the float pops up on the waterline, since then the float is loaded only on the main load;
3:28 examples from left to right: shallow depth of gear; normal depth; great depth;
3:37 an example of lifting a sub-pack of fish (additional cargo);
3:51 what kind of float actions are possible after raising the sub-pack (additional load) with the fish;
4:06 undercut when lifting sub-assembly (additional load);
4:21 the fish throws the nozzle;
4:33 fish moves slowly with a nozzle, bite “led”;
4:56 with short and fast movement of fish, bite “drowning”;
5:11 when the fish is moving quickly to the side, bite “fast dive”;
5:32 fish raises additional and main cargo, bite “on the rise”;
6:01 catching in not ideal conditions, catching with weak water movement, slightly increase the depth of gear above the norm, so that the additional weight will sink to the bottom and anchored, under the influence of water movement the float will be slightly impacted;
7:02 left – setting the tackle depth under ideal conditions (no water movement, even bottom), setting the depth of the tackle under not ideal conditions (water movement is, not even bottom);
7:13 catching in a strong wind, you can increase the depth of tackle by 50-80 cm more real, you can remove additional cargo (sub-tackle), you can use a sliding load as the main load;
8:10 Catching on the current with retention of tackle, the rod is fixed, the fishing line to the float is stretched, the catch is carried out at a distance of the length of the rod, additional load (sub-belt) can be removed, the current slightly floats the float;
8:40 as an additional load (podpaska) can be used not 1 grain, but for example 3 (equivalent to the total weight), for greater versatility of gear;
8:53 When fishing in the water column, I remove 1 pellet from an additional load (sub-load), while the antenna will be visible at 1/3;
9:14 catching in the wiring, while depending on the conditions I remove 1-3 pellets from an additional load (sub-pack);
9:34 wiring “in swimming”, the nozzle floats above the bottom, remove 1 pellet from the additional load (sub-gear), while the antenna will be visible at 1/3, the speed of movement of the nozzle is equal to the speed of the water flow;
10:08 wiring “in the wire”, the nozzle strikes along the bottom, I remove 2 pellets from the additional load (podpaska), the speed of movement of the nozzle is less than the flow rate, therefore the nozzle for fish better stands out among other particles carried by the flow;
10:42 wiring “in support”, I remove all the additional load (sub-tiller), you can use a sliding load as the main one, the tackle is thrown at an angle of 90-100 degrees relative to the direction of flow and the rod is held, the line to the float is taut to the coast in an arc from the point of casting to the level of the length of the rod;
11:15 wiring is “stepped”, alternating “wiring” and “holding” with the possibility of a small pull-up of tackle, I remove 2 pellets from the additional load (podpaska); raises, further tackle again released in the “wire”
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