To have a successful catch, your goal it so rig your line in the right way so you achieve the balance between visibility, weight and control. In addition, you need to have wahoo fishing lures, hooks, floaters and everything else to be ready for the catch. Now, attaching the fishing lures is not as complicated as rigging the line is so we will stick to the line in this article so you could understand the first of the basics.
Tie a fishing hook first so it stays tight and firm
One of the easiest rigs is using an improved clinch knot that will not be loose but also won’t be too tight. Take one end of the line and pass it through the eye of the hook and make sure that you have at least 20 centimeters of loose line on the end.
Now, use your index finger to form a loop of a line and double it, but make sure that your finger stays in the loop. Now, wind the line around itself at least 3 times, to form a strong knot. Make it tight. This clinched knot looks nice but also offers a secure knot that will keep everything in place.
Make sure that you snap a boober on the right water depth
The second thing, after you attach the hook, is to place the bobber at the same distance from the hook as it is the distance from the surface and bottom of the water. Loop the mainline around the hook at the bottom, guide it up to the opposite side and wrap around the top part of the hook.
The right setting will allow you to cast into the area whether the depth of water is significant so it is important to set it right. If you go to the really deep water, then you can set everything without a bobber as this will not control the height of hook/height.
Add sinkers some 5 centimeters above the hook
Without sinkers, your bobber will not sink and you will have a hard time catching a fish. Press the line in the narrow groove and place it through the middle of the sinkers. Make sure to add enough sinkers so the bait could go deeper in the water. If you do not add these, your line will be affected by the strong currents that will take it away and you will no control over it.
Add the bait to the hook
The nest part is to attach the bait to the hook. Whatever bait you use, the golden rule is to pierce the part of the bait that is the thickest. However, you must attach it properly to hide the hook, otherwise fish will not want to bite. Follow the curve of a worm, nightcrawler or leech and place the hook so it follows the structure of the bait. You can always buy the plastic ones, but using the live bait is much cheaper, but it does require a bit more of settings.