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Bagaimana Menjaga Peralatan Memancing

Bagaimana Menjaga Peralatan Memancing

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11/22/2012

 
Top 10 Fishing Hints for a Fun Trip!1) Memancing adalah sebahagian dari rekreasi. Jika anda tidak  berasa gembira, mesti ada yang tak kena.2) Find the bait, and you find the fish. This is true on many levels- from finding baitschools holding up at temperature breaks, current changes, structure (piers, rocks,wrecks), and kelp paddies to using bait appropriate to the local fishing situation.3) Be flexible. When conditions are right, the bait is there, the fish are there, but nothingis happening, be creative! Try different approaches- fish bait pieces, different baits,different depths, iron jigs, lighter line- the list of things you can do is only limited byyour imagination.4) Match your hook size to your bait- small for small, large for large. It makes adifference in holding your bait, and in how many strikes you will get.5) Know your gear and how to use it. Learn the features and functions of your reel: howto set the drag, how to cast. Practice, Practice, Practice (darn shame you have to gofishing to practice fishing!)6) Change your line. Fishing line has memory- it will retain the twist, nicks scrapes, andit gets weaker every time it is used. Losing the fish of a lifetime to old, brittle line isabout as bitter and preventable a problem as there is.7) Learn a strong knot and stick with it. A good, non-slip knot makes a good fisherman agreat fisherman. Need a new knot? See the links on the top right of this page.8) Maintain your gear. Rinse/soak your reels (lubricate according to mfg. instructions),wash your fishing rods (paying special attention to the guides), and clean your tools. Your gear will last longer and perform better when it counts.9) Fishing is patience, practice, and skill. Take the time to properly set up your gear, tie asolid knot, and check your surroundings. Be aware at all times of what you are doing-sharp hooks and knife blades are accidents waiting to happen.10) See tip #1 horizontal_line.gif Experience is the best teacher...Cubalah ikatan-ikatan di bawah ini moga-moga keyakinan anda bertambah. Janganlahterlalu bergantung pada nasib. Anda mampu mengubahnya.There is one small hitch encountered by many first time knot-tiers. Their expertinstructors seem to assume that their fellow fishermen are familiar with the Surgeon'sKnot, the Bimini Twist and the like. But long before I moved into the field of knot-tying,I was content to join a line-to-swivel, swivel-to-trace and trace-to-hook via a SimpleLoop Knot, where the loop is made only perhaps 25mm long - just long enough to passover the hook and swivel.
 
The Loop Knot can be tied readily in the dark, and equally readily attached to swivel andhook. If fishing for flathead, you may have more confidence in your gear if the loop tothe hook is made about 12.5cm long, thus taking the fish on a doubled trace.Loop KnotAs experience is gained, you may wish to move on from the Loop Knot to knots that liecloser to hook and swivel.Half Blood KnotOne of these is the Half Blood Knot, which is more correctly half of the Barrel Knot.THIS KNOT WILL SLIP. It has cost me more fish than I want to remember.If you must use it, then you have two choices:a) Stop the end of the line with a simple Overhand Knot, and draw it against the turns of the knot.Half Blood Knot with simple Overhand Knot end stop b) or make the Half Blood Knot into a Clinch Knot.The following illustrations are fairly well all-purpose, but for tropical waters we stronglysuggest that a 35-45lb mono leader be used prior to attaching a lure. If you are going after fish like mackerel, it is also a good idea to use black wire and swivels.Half Blood Knot to Clinch KnotClinch Knot1. Pass the line through the eye of the hook, or swivel.2. Double back. make five turns around the line.3. Pass the end of the line through the first loop, above the eye, and then through thelarge loop. Draw the knot into shape.4. Slide the coils down tight against the eye.Jansik SpecialJansik Special Another beautifully simple knotthat can be tied in the dark, The Jansik Special is a high strength knot tied as follows:1. Put 15cm of line through the eye of the hook.2. Bring it around in a circle and put the end through again.3. Making a second circle, pass then end through a third time.
 
4. Holding the three circles of line against each other, wrap the end three times aroundthe circles.5. Either hold the hook steady with pliers, or make it fast to boat's rigging or safetylines.6. Holding strain on the hook, pull on both ends of the line to tighten.Palomar KnotPalomar Knot The Palomar Knot is another very simple knot for terminal tackle. It isregarded by the International Game Fish Association consistently as the strongest knotknown. It's great virtue is that it can safely be tied at night with a minimum of practice.1. Double about 12.5cm of line, and pass through the eye.2. Tie a simple Overhand Knot in the doubled line, letting the hook hang loose. Avoidetwisting the lines.3. Pull the end of loop down, passing it completely over the hook.4. Pull both ends of the line to draw up the knot.Hangman's KnotHangmans Knot There are at least 6 variations of the Hangman's Knot, - all of themexcellent for terminal tackle, swivels and hooks. The "standard" Hangman's Knot holdsonly five turns when tied in monofilament nylon. If tied in rope, and used for its stated purpose, it takes eight turns.1. Pass a 15cm loop of line through the eye.2. Bring the end back on itself, passing it under the doubled part.3. Make five loops over the doubled part.4. The formed knot is worked into shape.5. The knot is sent down the line, against the eye of the hook or swivel.Scaffold KnotScaffold Knot This is a much simpler variant. In all likelihood, this Grant's Uni-Knot. Ihave used it for more than fifty years and it has never failed me, whether tied in 1kg or 50kg monofilament. It was taught to me by the late Wally Kerr, a top flathead fisherman.1. Pass a 15cm loop of line through the eye.2. Lock the upper part between thumb and forefinger, making a loop.3. Make two more loops over the double part, holding them too, between thumb andforefinger.4. Pass the end through the two loops just made, plus the first loop made in step2.

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