[Fishing Skills] Fishing Masters Share Personal Experience of Walking Fish

I have read once a strange trick used by Master Huang Shizhi to walk a big fish when he was fishing with a pole and mixed fish culture-“If the fish is very powerful, When it is really impossible to lift the pole, you can insert the pole upside down into the water with your wrist reversed and pull the pole back as far as possible at the same time, which will play the role of keeping the angle between the pole and the fish. “After that, I named this method the method of walking the fish with the pole upside down, waiting for a try in fishing. In the later fishing, I encountered the situation that I could not lift the rod four times. Seeing that the rod line would be straight, I used the “rod reverse insertion walking method” in time. Except for one break, the other three times all dissolved the momentum of the fish. I clapped my hands for this strange move to walk the fish!

Personal experience of slipping fish, a total of three moves:
1. Reverse pole:The fish pushes forward to the left or right, the fish pushes forward to the right to the right, and the fish pushes forward to the left to the left.
2. Inverted insertion rod:Fish weighing more than 10kg are slow in speed and strong in strength. If the line is thin, it is not enough to reverse the rod. Assuming that it rushes forward to the right, it should reverse the rod to the right and insert it into the water to bring the fish back. At this time, there is no vertical upward component force, and the pulling force of the line is all used to change the swimming direction of the fish, so there is more than the reverse rod protection line. In my impression, with this trick, the 1.5 sub-line of West China 200 mu in midsummer took 13 kg of silver carp, the 0.6 sub-line of North Second Ring Fish Pond in late autumn took 10 kg of silver carp and 22 silver carp, and the 0.6 sub-line of Baiqiao Pearl Pond in midsummer took 10 kg of Qing Wu.


3. Swing rod:Fish weighing less than 10kg are young, strong and quick to respond. They often jump when lifting the pole. Before the pole was reversed, the pole was nearly straightened, and the tug-of-war tangent was on the verge of being cut. Once the tug-of-war was cut with the momentum of the fish, the thicker sub-line would still be cut. At this time, if the original rod is tilted to the right, it will be quickly changed to the left, and then it will be tilted back to the right without waiting for the fish to readjust its position, which is easy to exert force. This repetition can make the fish unable to exert force and can only be brought back obediently. In particular, this tactic is very effective against grass carp that likes to flee at the hook.

In practice, the latter two moves are less likely to be used by me. Generally, if the sub-line is not cut in seconds after the fish is caught, the lifting pole feels very heavy. I know it is a big fish but I don’t know how big the fish is. I always use the most convenient and fastest reverse pole without thinking. When it is found that the reverse pole cannot be controlled and the tug of war is imminent, it is too late to change the move again-I don’t need to miss the rope. Occasionally, the fish gives you the opportunity to wait for you to change moves. At this time, the second two moves are used. The sub-lines with specifications of 0.6 and above have never failed! The fish in the fish pond is usually in the early 10kg at most. Of course, I usually don’t take it up either. If I get addicted to it for two rounds, I will find a chance to let it slip away…….

Note:In addition, there is another trick, which was seen in the forum. You need to miss the rope before you can use it.When the tug of war was about to begin, he suddenly let go and threw away the pole.At this time, the fish’s body will lose its balance and it will try to stabilize itself in situ.At this moment, the fisherman picked up the rod through the missed rope and slipped the fish again. The fish that had lost their momentum was much easier to slip.When I first learned to fish, I used it once at the edge of the water. It was true!