- Take the long route time (about three to four hours) to review your equipment. Check everything: redo the knots, replace the line or the leader if you notice some abnormal wear and make a previous selection of the baits that will start the game.
- Never hold your friction to the maximum, the result can be frustrating for three reasons: a great trophy can appear and, at the stroke, break everything with your strength; if a fish attacks very hard and is badly hooked, your skin will break easily; even if well hooked, the fish may, during the fight, widen the hole through which the hook penetrated, facilitating their escape. A simple and efficient regulation can be achieved by adjusting the friction so that one can withdraw line from the spool by printing enough force.
- Even if you do not use it, keep a fighting-belt near the boat’s fishing square . When a large specimen decides to attack your bait or when the exhaustion gives its first signs, you will not waste time looking for it.
- Give preference to the heavier and less hydrodynamic metals in the first “jigadas”, when their physical layout will be greater. When you get tired, switch to thin, symmetrical jigsand as light as possible.
- Always have a spare multifilament reel in hand to recharge your trolley or windlass in case a sudden “unloading” of line occurs or it is cut by pigs, mackerels or barracudas.
- Wear gloves to work more firmly and avoid the formation of blisters on the hands, caused mainly by the large windlass levers after some consecutive hours of intense use.
- At each time the boat is repositioned, it is worthwhile to loosen at least two trolls. The region of Theta is very frequented by tunas, which can guarantee a delicious and fresh sashimi on board.
- Before embarking on a project of this size, carefully monitor the weather conditions of the day of the fishery, not hesitating to clear the trip under bad predictions. And avoid very old or slow boats; the four-hour drive can turn into eight or ten hours of martyrdom with rough seas, in addition to the danger of some breakdown in the middle of the ocean.
- Be cordial to your fishing buddies. If your performance stands out from theirs, tell them data such as depth, speed of work and color of the bait used, the fun should be for everyone on board.
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