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Technical

Fishing techniques

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

On this map, you can see a fishing structure in which the boat will be moving. According to the fishing conditions that have been selected, it’s primarily in this type of structure that fishing should be done. That is why it appears first (Structure 1).

On the bottom map, you can see a model structure that represents a deep pool at the exit of a cascading waterway, where fishing is done while the craft is stopped.

At the bottom, you can see the Techniques and Assemblies orange strip, option A and option B. By clicking on this strip, you can access the pages that show the lures to be used in this structure and how to use them properly to make the fish bite.

Each map is associated with two assembly and two technique appropriate to the structure it represents. We will therefore have a different technique and assembly for each of the maps, always according to the fishing conditions that were previously selected.

By default, the Assembly page will appear first so that you can quickly ensure you have the appropriate equipment and lures at hand to build the assembly.

Select the orange strip at the bottom of the first map; you will see the Techniques and Assembly page.

Drag the window from left to right to see both pages Techniques and Assembly.

The two Techniques and Assembly page are linked in this way because the technique is directly related to the assembly and vice versa. Always keep in mind that this technique and assembly are associated with the previous map in which fishing is done in a moving boat.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Take your cell phone and open Harpon app. Select brook trout and go on the technical and assembly page. Open the M1TSL-MB assembly and look at the technical page.

The technique description is presented in two ways. In the upper section, you see a series of icons and the fishing data at the right of the icon. Over time, you will be able to quickly identify data in relation to the fishing technique. For example, if you want to know the depth of the lure for drag fishing, you will do it quickly by associating this data with the second icon. To facilitate the task when starting, we give the meaning of the icon at its right, i.e. “Depth of water …” and “Depth of the lure ...”.

In the lower section, under the icons, the fishing technique is described in the same way a fishing guide would during a training session. You find the same data as in the top section, but they are included in an explanatory text.

Once you have practiced a technique a few times, you will probably not need to read the detailed description contained in the lower section each time you want to use it. From this point on, you will only have to search the data concerning the fishing technique by finding the corresponding icon.

The data and description in the Technique page (How to present the lure in this fishing structure) tells you how to use the assembly.

The technique is as important an aspect as the assembly and the structure. These three elements are inseparable and are one of the secrets of successful fishermen. In fact, it's more an evidence than a secret: first you look for a fishing structure, and then you use a lure and find a way of presenting it for the fish to bite.

The conditions that prevail at the time of fishing are the best indicators you can have for fishing. They guide you to the right choice of structures, lures and techniques.

 

 

 

 

 

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