Why does the float have a signal, but there is no fish when the rod is lifted?
It is found that the float has a signal, but the rod is lifted but there is no fish, which may be due to the following reasons:
First, the bait particles are too large. It is common knowledge to use coarse bait or pellet bait for big fish and powder bait for small fish. However, in actual fishing, because the fisherman cannot accurately judge the fish situation, he cannot respond in time. When fishing, the use of large particles of bait can continuously catch the fish. However, the condition of the fish in the water will often change. Sometimes the big fish is caught and the small fish enter the nest. At this time, the nest is mainly small fish, and the angler still uses large particles of bait, and the small fish’s mouth cannot be small If you swallow the bait, you will only peck the bait with your mouth. This will give a clear signal that the float has stopped or floated up, but the hook did not pierce the lips of the fish, so there will be no fish when you lift the rod.
Second, the bait is hard. The bait is relatively hard, and the atomization effect is poor after entering the water, and the fish attracting effect is also poor. Even if the fish enters the nest, the fish will not swallow the bait, but will only suck the bait into the mouth and then spit it out. This will also cause floating Obvious action, but there is no fish on the hook. Or the fish raises its head after sucking the bait but cannot swallow it, and the float will rise slowly, but there is no fish when the rod is lifted. In these two situations, we can make the bait softer or replace it with pull bait.
Third, the bait is not the right appetite. Different kinds of fish, the same kind of fish in different seasons and temperatures, their tastes vary. For example, crucian carp likes sweet bait, strong fishy smell in winter, and clear fragrance in summer; carp is more interested in fishy bait, and big carp in summer prefers bait with natural flavor. In addition, fish in different regions will also be affected by common local foods. If the bait we use is not suitable for the fish's appetite, the fish will only tentatively bite the bait, but will not swallow the bait.
Fourth, the hook is too large. If you use a big hook to catch a small fish, although you can also catch a fish, the hook rate is much lower. Especially when fishing in natural waters, the hook is too big for the fish to swallow, and there will only be a situation where there is a signal for floating but there is no fish when the rod is lifted.
Fifth, the fishing line is too thick. When matching the fishing rig, the type of fishing line and hook should roughly match. If the fishing line used is too thick, first the target is too large, which will cause the fish to be alert, and secondly, the float will move up or down, but there will be no fish biting the hook.
Sixth, weather conditions. Fish are relatively affected by external factors. If there is a sudden rise in temperature, changes in air pressure, etc., will affect the appetite of the fish. When the weather changes and the fish feel uncomfortable and have a bad appetite, they will want to eat but will not swallow the bait. This will also cause the float to rise, but the fish cannot be caught. In this situation, three points should be dealt with: one is not to put too much bait and bait, but it should be small and precise, and the taste is light, the color is white; the second is to use flocculent bait, the bait can float in the water, As the current fluctuates, the fish’s attention is drawn; the third is the dullness of the float, such as adjusting the second and second fishing, and adjusting the second and third fishing, until the float has a signal and the rod will catch the fish.
Seventh, the float is too sensitive. People who are just starting to fish will mistakenly think that the more sensitive the float, the better. In fact, the so-called sensitivity in fishing is for the fish. It does not mean that the more sensitive the float is, the better, but it refers to the fish bite. The float can respond to the signal of the fish bite in time and accurately, so that we can lift the rod in time. Medium fish. The float is too sensitive. The fish sucks the bait lightly. Before the hook bait reaches the end, the float has a pause. Of course, lifting the rod will not catch the fish. In this case, the float should be dulled.
Floats have actions, but there are no fish when lifting rods. Most of the reasons are due to improper collocation of our fishing rig, improper use of bait or improper adjustment of floats. This requires fishing friends to fish more, practice more, and have more experience. This situation is less. NS.