Bolognese 7 meters

Started by Reelin, September 22, 2011, 13:28:08 CET

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Reelin

I'm interested in buying a bolognese rod 7 meters (casting approx. 4-10 grms), any suggestion about any particular rod? Make and name...thanks
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robby017

i have a tubertini 6 mtr with action of 0-6g..... wonderful rod........
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Robby9

bolognese is type of fishing for mulett.But i want to know how the system works.I think you need to have a running float and what types of leads and more.i will apprecaciate any type of info.ty

placebo

tubertini mate ..... you never regret it's the best in float fishing worldwide

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robby017

robby, not neccesary to use running float.... Thanks to the lenght of the rod, it certain places you can fish with a fixed float.... Just like with a pole. Leads vary according to the float you choose. I normally use a 3-4g float and as for lead i use a torpilla lead of 2-3g... Then a couple split shot leads.
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placebo

exactly as Robby instructed you can use the bolo rod (example 7mtrs) in 5 mtrs depth. Rig exactly the same way you rig a fixed pole rod. That is why you use 7mtr or 8 mtr length of rod. You are fishing right on the float and have no extra length of mono in water. Mullet fishing needs high reflexes ..... you need to be rod tip on float to have the perfect hit!
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Reelin

Thanks for the info guys...

@ placebo...where's buona pesca trading?
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placebo

email : bpesca@maltanet.net

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Reelin

Thanks...

i was looking at some tubertini models...what's the difference between stiff, medium or light action on the rod?...from what i read if i understood well with light action ones, you can afford using a thinner line diameter? is that right?
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robby017

i use 0.14mm in reel and from 0.12-0.08mm as leader
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fisheye

Hi Robbby017 may I ask if you use floating line in the reel?
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robby017

from the way you hold the rod to be able to strike when the float makes a movement, you will notice that it does not make a differance as at most times the line between the tip of the rod and the float does not even touch the water!
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placebo

sinking line is a must for far away casts .... this will avoid wind carrying float in case of windy days
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Robby9

ty robby in other words you are fishing like pole fishing.

robby017

yes, i fish it like pole fishing...... but as placebo said... if you are going to make long casts you don't want you're line going with the wind!
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