Fishing that consists of letting a hook drop and sink into the water and reeling it back in to simulate the movement of a small fish.
Range of accessories at the end of the fishing line and ending with the fishhook; the length of the leader depends on the kind of fish being caught.
Rotating accessory consisting of two eyes that allow the artificial lure or the float tackle to rotate freely.
Ready-tied fishhook attached to float tackle at the end of the fishing line.
Metal ring that opens and closes with a spring-loaded gate; it is used to connect the snelled fishhook to a swivel.
Small lead object used to weight the line during the cast and to carry the fishhook underwater.
Length of steel wire between the fishing line and the fishhook that prevents the line from being cut by predatory fish such as pike.
Light object filled with air that keeps the bait at a certain depth below water level and signals a bite by its movement.