At this point, it’s important not to give any slack in the line or to start reeling in until you’ve ascertained that the fish is on. If you start reeling in too soon, you might end up pulling the hook out of the fish’s mouth.
It feels like the fish is tugging at the line and you’re fighting to keep it from getting away. You feel a sense of excitement and adrenaline as you try to reel in your catch.
As soon as you see a nibble, you need to remove as much slack in the line as possible, and that between the reel and the hook was a little tension (tension).
The most important thing – give the fish to swallow the bait deeper (this requires patience and experience) and only then sharply hook it. If you hurry, the fish will spit out the hook.
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