BACK SHOT YOUR RIG

Angling Times (UK) - - THE COACH -

Try a stiffer main­line of 0.15mm, as this helps to min­imise tan­gles around the float when ship­ping out at speed. On windy days it can pay to use a string of No10 back shots above the float too, as these help you to main­tain con­trol of the float in choppy wa­ter. It also helps you keep a tight line be­tween pole tip and float, which means you’ll miss far fewer bites.

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