THIS WEEK: Choose the right pole float and boost your catches
ALK into your local tackle shop and the shelves are almost certain to be awash with hundreds of pole floats.
Dozens of different shapes, sizes and patterns have been released on to the market, but making sense of when to use each one can cause confusion.
Picking the right float is important if you want to experience a day to remember on your favourite commercial, but you might be surprised at how few styles you need in your tackle box.
Former Fish O’Mania finalist Andy May this week reveals the five styles of pole float that are required to help you bag up from any commercial fishery peg this week.
SHORT LINE SUCCESS
skimmers and crucians.
The wire stem means that it is extremely sensitive and will show the shyest of bites, while the large rugby ball-shaped body will keep the rig still in high winds or if the peg is being effected by underwater tow. Have just a small amount of bristle showing so you spot every bite.