Casting distance during a casting session (shine) is one of the main issues for most anglers. It becomes important when we are glinting from the bank and our game fish are frolicking in the middle of the lake. Casting distance is also important when we hunt fish that are sensitive to the presence of humans.
Here are some factors you should consider to maximize your casting distance: Precise rod action Appropriate rod length Strap size and type Lure weight and shape The wind Each of these factors will affect your throw distance:
Rod action plays an important role Try to imagine a catapult in your hand
When you pull the rubber catapult back, the Latest Mailing Database harder you pull it (load), the farther your bullet will be able to shoot. This physics principle is also the same as how your rod works.
lure throw distance When you swing back to make a cast, your rod will flex as it loads from the weight of the lure. The more your rod can bend, the farther the lure can be cast due to the rod’s elastic response. If your rod has a fast action, it won’t flex much and won’t be able to load.
Therefore, the lure cannot be thrown far. But on the other hand, a medium action rod will load more force and then the lure can be cast further. But if the action of the rod is too light,
It will not have enough power to accommodate the force and launch the lure that is too heavy
It may even cause the rod to break. In short, we need the B2C Fax right rod and lure weight to maximize potential casting distance. 2. The longer the rod, the longer the throw The longer the rod, the farther the lure can be cast.
True, if We Compare 2 Rods That Have the Same Action and Power. A 7 Foot Rod Will Launch a Lure of the Same Weight Farther. Than a 6 Foot Rod. 3. The Size of the Rope Diameter Affects the Throw. Distance Fishing Line Throw. Distance Simply Put, a Thick, Heavy Line Cannot Cast the Lure. As Far as a Thin, Light Line.