Coarse & Match spinning reels with front drag

Coarse & Match spinning reels with front drag

When fishing for roach, bream, tench and other whitefish, the mill you use is very important. But which mill do you use for which fishery? A mill with the slip on the front is often used for white fish fishing, this is because the slip on the front can be adjusted very accurately.

Again, the rule is: always adjust your mill to the rod and vice versa. When you fish on short distances with a light winkle picker, a small mill would come on top of this as well. On the other hand, if you fish a heavy feeder on the river or have to throw a long distance suit then a bigger mill.

The size of a fish can also have to do with your choice of mill. If you are going to fish for carp a larger mill is recommended. The parts of these mills are more solid built and can have more power.

When you are fishing for roaches you can finish it with a smaller mill as these fish have little power.

Tip: Maintain your mill well, this way you will enjoy it the longest!

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Coarse & Match spinning reels with front drag

When fishing for roach, bream, tench and other whitefish, the mill you use is very important. But which mill do you use for which fishery? A mill with the slip on the front is often used for white fish fishing, this is because the slip on the front can be adjusted very accurately.

Again, the rule is: always adjust your mill to the rod and vice versa. When you fish on short distances with a light winkle picker, a small mill would come on top of this as well. On the other hand, if you fish a heavy feeder on the river or have to throw a long distance suit then a bigger mill.

The size of a fish can also have to do with your choice of mill. If you are going to fish for carp a larger mill is recommended. The parts of these mills are more solid built and can have more power.

When you are fishing for roaches you can finish it with a smaller mill as these fish have little power.

Tip: Maintain your mill well, this way you will enjoy it the longest!

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