What To Pay Attention To In Choosing Baitcaster

All types of real, both baitcasting or spinning can be used for fishing in various locations, especially the sea. For the bait caster, several producers have specified this real use for marine use. Usually, these products are listed with saltwater or bearings with minimal corrosion. However, no matter how good the real quality is, even when the saltwater resistance is used, regular maintenance must be repeated to avoid corrosion. So, it is important to choose the best baitcaster for beginners that is suitable for your needs.

Considering the vast terrain in the sea with unpredictable target fish both on land and on the ship, the preparation of baitcasting with the right capacity or size according to use must be a concern. The size commonly used is 150-400 which is still easy and comfortable to hold. Make sure metal parts are well lubricated and not dry before fishing with the reel bait casting. Because this reel is very precise and has many gaps where seawater can more easily penetrate the interior of the real. Therefore vital parts such as the main gear, pinion gear, and bearings lubricate well.

The lure used should also be slim and aerodynamic. Given the sea breeze tends to be tighter so that it can minimize birdnest (tangles). Lures that are easier to throw are usually in the form of a pencil or micro jig weighing 10-20 grams. When using minnows, choose minnows that are slimmer. Bait caster reel treatment after use in the Sea is almost the same as real spinning treatment. Tighten the drag then flush with fresh water in an inverted bait casting position then wipe dry. After drying, loosen the drag and then aerate it, if you have time to give it a special lubricant for reel bait casting. Never immerse the reel in water for washing purposes. It is advisable not to use spray oil such as chain lube because the oil can gradually erode the metal layer in reel bait casting. After all, it is feared that it will make reel imprecise.