In­sert or straight?

Improve Your Coarse Fishing (UK) - - Tactics -

As a gen­eral rule, an in­sert tip is used for still­wa­ters and a straight tip on rivers. In­serts are more sen­si­tive, and in nor­mal con­di­tions they are per­fect for still­wa­ters as you’ll see every bite. Use one on a river, how­ever, and it will be far too sen­si­tive, drag­ging un­der with false bites. A thicker ‘straight’ tip, how­ever, en­ables you to fish with the line trip­ping bot­tom, with­out it pulling the float un­der.

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