Fishing success largely depends on how well and correctly equipped the rod is. Depending on the size of the expected catch, attach the correct type of fishing line to the rod.
Use one of the most common line attachment methods. Determine the length and thickness of the line according to the type of rod and the weight of the expected catch. Fishermen of large fish will need a more reliable tip, so attach the line additionally to the second elbow with a loop. This will prevent your line from getting tangled even if the tip breaks.
Wrap the line several times around the tip, then put on the cambric. Approach this responsibly, otherwise the tip will bend after playing, pulling tightly on the piece of fishing line located from the loop to the elastic.
Try attaching the line with a hairpin if you are fishing small fish. To do this, you will need to install an additional part in the form of a stainless steel wire rod, the diameter of which is 0.3 mm. Tie it to the top of the rod with silk or nylon thread, then cover with a waterproof mixture. The tip of the pin should fit snugly against the rod and spring back. Secure the pin with a cambric by pulling it on after finishing threading the line. Make sure the line is strong enough that the pin will not tear it under heavy load.
Make a blind rig by winding the line around the reel and securing it to the rod using a PVC rubber tube. You can also attach the tubing to a wire loop to avoid pinching the line.