Sea fishing

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Roller capacity 0,40mm/360m. Transmission 6,2:1 Weight 499g. Twist 109cm. Brake 8kg. Right-hand grip.
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Roller capacity 0,32mm/570m. Transmission 6,4/3,8:1 Weight 499g. Twist 107cm/63cm. Brake 7-11kg. Right hand grip.
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Sea fishing attracts Lithuanians both in the Baltic Sea and in Norway. Fishing in these seas is radically different, so let's talk about each one separately.


Fishing in the Baltic Sea


In the Baltic Sea, recreational fishing takes place both from the shore and from boats. The most common species caught from the shore are plaice or, more recently, the invasive fish Grundel, which has become very widespread. Ghost fishing is also very popular in spring. Flounder are caught from the beach with surf rods, while from the bridge or piers they are simply caught with feeder lines. Ghost fish are caught either by spinning in the wake or with a variety of stronger rods with a large float from the bridge. These can be bottom rods, multi-purpose telescopes or feeder rods.


Sea fishing in the Baltic Sea from a boat is concentrated on inshore cod. In 2025, the 5-year ban on recreational fishing for them will end, and boats, speedboats and larger vessels will undoubtedly take over the coasts. Cod is caught both by vertical jigging with sea rods and 100-300g pilkers from larger boats, and by more powerful spinning with basic 10-15cm rubber and 30-50g head hooks from boats and boats with GPS anchors.


Fishing in Norway


Trips to the north of Norway to fish for halibut, cod or sea bass are a very popular holiday activity among Lithuanian fishermen. The cost of such a trip is not very low, but fishermen go again and again, so it is worth it. The fishing is done from boats, mainly in the fjords or offshore. As in the Baltic Sea, fishing for cod and halibut is done both vertically with powerful sea rods and 400-1000g pilkers or large rubber rods, and by casting bait with a lineless reel and a 150-200g test spinning rod. 100-200g rubber is used for this method. Sea bass are fished vertically downwards in deeper areas with special systems and usually with electric reels.
You can find a wide range of marine equipment online for both Baltic and North Sea fishing. With our gear, your saltwater fishing is sure to be a success!

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