Predator Fishing Tackle Kit [READY TO USE]
Predator Fishing Tackle Kit [READY TO USE]
Predator Fishing Tackle Kit - Float
Predator Fishing Tackle Kit - Mount
Predator Fishing Tackle Kit - Weight

Predator Fishing Tackle Kit

60,00 $

Fishing tackle for predatory fish on live bait or frozen caught fish from the shore.

Used to catch the following fish: sierra, pejerrey, madrigal, shark, hurel, bicuda, burro, tuna, and others.

Bait: freshly caught fish or frozen fish (mackerel, sardines, chichara, etc.)

For many years I have studied this subject. I was looking for simple and reliable solutions. Finally, we’ve created the best fishing kit for predatory fish, exploring hundreds of different ways. Our author’s design, don’t miss it.

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Description

Fishing tackle for predatory fish on live bait or frozen caught fish from the shore.

Predator Fishing Tackle Kit [READY TO USE]

Necessary conditions for successful fishing:

  • Shoreline depth of three meters or more
  • Comfortable area for long-distance throwing tackle
  • The presence of a rod with a length from 3.5 meters with the characteristics of 50 to 200 grams and a fishing tackle
  • Weather conditions: wind from shore to the ocean, so the float is not blown to shore

Fishing tackle consists of 3 main parts:

  • A bait attachment device with a double fishing hook and an attachment for mounting it (it allows you to pierce the fish along the backbone, hook the bait attachment lug, and pull it out).

Predator Fishing Tackle Kit - Mount

  • Interchangeable tackle with weight, swivel, and swivel with carabiner – serves to sink the bait to the bottom. The weight of the weight can vary depending on the desired depth and size of the live bait fish.

Predator Fishing Tackle Kit - Weight

  • Foam float (minimum 60 grams) with replaceable light bulb and battery or standard glow stick. The diving length (from 1 to 8 meters) of live bait can be adjusted with rubber stoppers and glowing plastic balls.

Predator Fishing Tackle Kit - Float

Used to catch the following fish: sierra, pejerrey, madrigal, shark, hurel, bicuda, burro, tuna, and others.

Bait: freshly caught fish or frozen fish (mackerel, sardines, chichara, etc.)

For many years I have studied this subject. I was looking for simple and reliable solutions according to the following criteria:

  • Budget option and ease of assembling rigging – standard devices and elements
  • Reliability in use
  • Comfortable casting the bait – the device of weights, float, lure mounting
  • Control and tracing bait at night – achieved by luminous float (glow stick or LED lamp CR-322 4.5 on battery CR-435 3V)
  • Catchability and success from every bait – achieved by making a fishing tackle with a double hook and a certain scheme of fixing the bait through the head to the tail with a wire (see photos and video)
  • Powerful reel 10,000 – allows you to fish strong fish up to 10 kg
  • Powerful 4-meter-long rod with 50-200 gram specifications for long-distance throwing

Supplied with:

  • Leads in the collection of 0.45 mm line with a double hook and crimped ends – 3 pieces
  • The system of weights, swivels, and secure carabiner – 3 pieces
  • Float 60 grams with fireflies – 1 piece
  • Instructions for the final assembly and the principle of catching fish

Fishing tackle with a different float

Sergio Smirnoff
Sergio Smirnoff
Professional fisherman with 40+ years of experience.
Fishing and the ocean is a passion of my life. I am passionate about all kinds of sea fishing: fishing from the shore (spinning, float, baitcasting), from a boat, and spearfishing day and night.

I live in Tenerife (Canary Islands) for the last 10+ years and share my daily fishing experiences on my website. Many years of personal experience as a fisherman and the vast experience of my friends allow me to write professionally on any fishing topics (from choosing a flashlight and equipment to deep-sea fishing).

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