With the right accessories, you can practice fishing at night without getting in the dark – and without scaring away the fish
Fishing at night is nothing new in a large part of the fishing grounds. While some establishments allow for the presence of clients until eleven in the evening, there are those who take the time of six in the evening to six in the morning exclusively for lovers of fishing at night. Replace the sleep by pitches at times nothing conventional worth for good reasons: the fish are less aloof, the “fry” plaguing less and the big ones are closer to the margins.And to the practitioner of the sport do not stay in the dark, the stores offer, today, a series of products that are of great help, since the old and good oil-lamp to gas up sticks of light chemistry and buoy lights, among other accessories.
But the light helps or gets in the way, attracts or frightens off the fish? The subject divides opinion; there are both those who think that the lower the clarity of the artificial, the better, as they think that the fish get used to lighting, getting to stay under the spotlights waiting for insects that fall in the water or small fish that pass through or remain in place. Anyway, it is clear that some lighting is always needed, so that we can orient ourselves, prepare materials and take fish. These include poles, lamps and lanterns, among others.And if in fishing throwing these light sources little influence, at that held on the bank with rods telescopic (flat), it’s another story: when very strong, gas lamps or lanterns focused on the ends of the sticks light up too much water can be detrimental to the performance of the fishery. This is because, unlike poles fixed light, light up the fishing area so fickle, tending really to scare away the fish.
The “lights auxiliary” more common are the buoys of light, the beads and the halters fluorescent used in the tips of the sticks. Many of these accessories are adapted and even invented, with a lot of creativity, fishermen and shopkeepers. And, when something works, is soon reproduced and passed on to other fishermen, as happened with the invention which I will describe below.With parts of a buoy light is used in fishing of fish-a sword (or, in salt water), a piece of PVC pipe and a LED, you can mount a flashlight small focus similar to a “canhãozinho” with 15 inches of length, quite useful to illuminate the tip of the telescopic rod or the anteninha without to lighten the water.
I was introduced to the accessory by the skilled friend Sergio Egawa, who, from one of these lanterninhas purchased in a store, manufactured the other four the title of tests, introducing them to some improvements. Not very efficient to “load” the light of the fluorescent fittings, the LED is green illuminated the better the anteninha the other colors, including white.
See the difference between the lighting of the anteninha by an ordinary flashlight… (PHOTO ANTENINHA 1)and by the “canhãozinho” LED, whose light brightens the surface of the water (PHOTO ANTENINHA 2)
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