The headlamp is very useful for getting to the spot and for tying knots. For the rest of the time, we advise you to take it out as little as possible and, if necessary, with your back to the fishing area. After a few minutes in the dark, your eyes will get used to the faint lights which are enough to spot you. This is blind fishing where you cannot see your line. You need a blank that will give you the maximum amount of information thanks to its sensitivity (to feel the vibrations of the caudal) but also its resonance (to understand the bottom). So you can feel when your lure hits the bottom or when you have caught a weed.
When fishing from the shore, we need a minimum length. A size between 2m20 and 2m40 is the best compromise in the estuary. This allows for sufficient casting distance, a length that avoids abrasion of the line on the rocks, while keeping the material light and sensitive. Depending on your fishing area and the spots you fish, the power reserve will also be an important factor. When fishing a pebbled water vein or an oyster bed, fish will systematically try to get into the current or take refuge under the tables.
- RAINSHADOW IMMWS 72ML, 2m18, 5-15gr : A light blank with a scratchy feel, ideal for taking big dumps. It can be pushed to a maximum of 20gr in the high range occasionally.
- Rodbuilder's republic Statement 724 Original, 2m18, 5-25gr : Also a scratchy blank but it can do it all and will not be clumsy when fishing in a line. It is as comfortable on its high range as on its low range. A must for this type of fishing.
- NFC MB 805-1 HM, 2m43, 10-30gr: A longer blank for poorly paved or remote areas. It is also more powerful to fish slightly heavier in areas where there is a current or even in very light traction. And with a large reserve of power to authoritatively reel in a fish that wants to give you a hard time.