1. When out fishing, you should put the throwing rod in the rod bag for travel. If there is no rod bag, it is better to cover the throwing rod on the tip of the rod to avoid accidental impacts when riding or riding a bicycle, which may cause the tip of the rod to break. Not available.
2. When fishing, you should first install the fishing reel on the rod and fix it. The screws that fix the fishing reel should be tightened one by one, not at the same time, so as to avoid the screw slippage, and then properly release a section of the line (slightly longer than Throwing rod) Pass the fishing line through the loop in turn, grab the rod body with the right hand (the position on the fishing reel), and grab the tip of the rod with the left hand. After pulling out in turn, twist the joint part of the fishing rod slightly to feel the fishing rod. There is no gap in the interface. Do not pull too tightly nor too loosely. If the fishing rod is too loose, it will slip off suddenly, and it is difficult to wind the rod too tight. When winding the rod, it should be recovered in an orderly manner from the thick section to the detail (direction of the pole tip). When it is difficult to wind up the pole, you can grab the upper and lower sections to twist, and you can't use the thick section to hit one section, so as not to push off the magnetic ring of the previous section.
3. When preparing to cast, you should look back and pay attention to whether the fishing position is long enough for the pole, especially in an environment with branches, so as not to scrape the tip of the pole when you cast the pole. When racking the pole, place it gently to prevent the pole body and the magnetic ring from being severely impacted, causing the pole body to crack and the magnetic ring to fall off and deform.
4. In crowded occasions, it is best to put the throwing pole holder lying flat on the ground higher to prevent others from accidentally stepping on it. In fishing grounds with a lot of big fish, the rod should also be fixed to prevent the big fish from dragging the rod away. When hooking a big fish, do not raise the rod vigorously, otherwise the rod body cannot withstand the momentary pulling force and the rod breaks. When the bottom hangs, the rod should first be leveled (do not load the fishing rod) with the elbow wrapped around the fishing line and pulled A fishing rig that has broken the bottom should not be slammed to get rid of the bottom.