Line selection for ice fishing
The ice fishing line group pays attention to short rods, small floats, thin lines, and high and low hooks.
Ice fishing rods generally choose a medium-hard adjustable pulley of about 1 meter. Floats generally choose water-drop-shaped floats made of balsa wood with short feet and short tails. Generally, choose the strong line of No. 0.8 or No. 1 as the main line, and choose the soft fishing line of No. 0.6～0.4 as the brain line. . Install a floating seat and a lead seat on the main line, one line to the end, and a チヌ type 0.1 barbed hook or a sleeve number 3 barbed hook on the main line. Adjust the lead base to be about 3 to 4 cm away from the bottom hook, and then tie a same fishing hook on the lead base like a string hook.
How to choose a fishing position for ice fishing
1. Choose a fishing position according to the life habits of the fish
If you want to choose the right fishing position, you must understand the life habits of fish. Ice fishing is one of the fishing methods often used in winter, but because it is in winter, the fish situation is not as good as that of the other three seasons. Affected by the low temperature, the surface of the water freezes, most of the fish hide in the bottom of the water for warmth, and they hide in places with dense water plants, and their foraging activities are reduced, and the fish become inactive.
2. Choose a fishing position according to the aquatic plants and surrounding conditions
According to the living habits of fish in winter, you should choose deep fishing when ice fishing, and deep fishing in places with dense water and grass. Generally, if you are familiar with water conditions and the surrounding environment, you can probably know where there are more dark grasses in the water. . In addition, when ice fishing chooses a fishing position, you can also observe the fighting conditions of other anglers, and judge which fishing position is better based on the catch rate of other anglers.
3. Choose a fishing position where the ice layer is thick
When choosing a fishing position for ice fishing, you should not only care about the quality of the fish. In some lakes or wider rivers, although the ice layer around the water is thicker and suitable for ice fishing, the ice layer in the center of the water may not be very thick. Observe the environment and make sure that the ice layer is above a safe thickness and there is no danger. Then choose a fishing position to dig a hole. Drowning events often occur in winter, which is indeed dangerous.