A fun and popular method of all ages.
If you ask any fisherman how he entered the fisheries we will certainly answer many of the ways that small and watched a float bobbing on the water.
Angling is undoubtedly very popular, and fun. As with all other methods, there are different branches. The most common "branches" within the angling is angling with a fishing pole and a Styrofoam float, throw bait fishing, and the more advanced so-called specimen-angling.
Angling with fishing rod and float needs no introduction. It's very simple. One rig with a float (which acts as a pacifier indicator), as well as a line for the float with a hook on the end. On the hook put it then something that the fish are believed to like, usually mask. To get the bait down in the water tend to be fastened lead shot on the line about 1 dm from the hook.
Kastmetet do not differ much from the ordinary with a fishing pole. The difference is that with this method you can get out anymore. Instead of using a fishing pole, then use a spinning rod and a roller, usually a spinning reel. Float use is also considering more so as to have the weight to throw out. There are different kinds of floats, but a common variant is a "hollow ball" that can be filled with water, in that you can fill it with water, you can regulate the weight throw. In addition to this, it's the same principle as the regular angling with a fishing rod.
Specimenmetet is more complicated. The difference is that in the specimen-angling concentrates on capturing very large specimens of certain species. The species that are most important (the highest status) in the specimen fishing include carp, bream, tench, bream, rudd and eels. There are many fishermen in Europe and Sweden only specimen- angle.
The fishing is done as to whether fishing with float, or bottom angles. Specimenfisket is a true sports materials, often so it uses several rods, using various indicators mounted on rods, it has special case spöställ, and even special tents and chairs. Only those with really good patience brings into the specimen-angling!