First of all, in terms of grabbing the rod, the angler should not lift the tail too high. If it exceeds 40 degrees, the stagnant line will easily lose tension and become loose; in addition, keep the tip of the rod as close to the water surface as possible. In this way, the tension of the stagnant line can be maintained as much as possible, which is beneficial to the fishing set to release further.
Secondly, in the choice of fishing line, choose a good cut and thin fishing line, which can better adjust the stagnant line.
However, the tension of the stagnant line is closely related to the sea breeze, so the adjustment of the stagnant line needs to be based on the blowing direction of the sea breeze. When the sea breeze blows from right to left, as soon as you feel that the fishing line loses its tension and becomes slack, the angler should immediately throw the stagnant line back from left to right, otherwise, from right to left, but the range of motion Don't be too big to affect the positioning of the buoy. Generally, the farther the fishing rig is released, the more frequent the adjustments will be, because the farther the fishing rig is, the greater the influence of the waves. This adjustment will not stop until the fishing group sinks to the target sea area and feels that a sea fish is touching the bait.
When the target sea area, such as the bottom of the sea, the angler should try to put the fishing rod down as much as possible, stay and wait for the flood. If the fish is caught, if the angler chooses the PE line, then because the PE line has no elasticity, when making the line, that is, when the middle fish is taking up the line, the angler's wrist must not be raised in a rush to catch the rod. The angle of the fishing line should be more than ninety degrees, so the sudden impact will make the fish run wild, so it should be coordinated gently. Don't worry that the strands will be too loose as a result, as long as you maintain a certain moderate tension.