How does one bind fish-hooks correctly or better?
|Active "Matchangler" frequently face after the season the problem of compensating for the losses to fish-hooks and assemblies in the cold winter months. Bound hook sizes usually aren't available with the desired cord strength since you usually fish finer than you offer in the trade for the leisure angler. Binding very little hooks doesn't turn out well either so properly if is right one holds nothing tight for the hook. A variant has been introduced to Matchangler version 2/2002 in this with a very simple binder equipment. One doesn't have his hand vacant to be able to check the tension of the cord when wrapping well however. A hook binder equipment which can always bind the same pre-subject lengths after modification, too offers to lay out Sensas without a ruler after binding.|
|Wenn häufig größere Mengen an Haken gebunden
werden sollen, dann
we recommend the following solution which we have seen with the
Sensas-Carbolino team (Mecklenburg pre-Pomeranian):
|Metallicly blue anodized aluminum rack can take the hook binder equipment of Sensas on the left below being the picture a solid. How this works we point in the next picture.|
|The two Sensas hook bandage
parts (crank and bracket) are already put on at the back strap
With the help of an aluminum pin the pre-subject length up to 60 cm is adjusted. The pin with an eye takes the cord loop.
||In the next step the hook is put in about to the bracket that the hook is held with hook top of the bracket. There is a little hanger on the right at the bracket. The cord is put and drawn to the front parallel to the pre-subject cord again behind this hanger. Now an easy crank turn to the right and the cord winds around the hook. See picture on the left.|
|It is, lasting further wound for one hand keeps the cord tight with the left. The first windings arise. This is one 12- hook for 0,12mm cord.|
|At this 12-hook we wraps approx. 7-8 meanders. The meanders arise from winding, the hook is turned.|
|One then puts the cord behind this clamp which serves as a cutter knife. Up the cord is cut and jammed easily for slight pressure and jerk with.|
|The clip is solved slowly on the right of behind to the front now.|
|The clip is open now. The cord loop from the aluminum pin is taken and after cautious tighten the loop reduces itself on the right in the picture till it sits on the hook tightly.||
Tip: They should before it draw everything, however, firmly together moisten the cord winding a little so that the cord doesn't burn at the ache due to the friction and the heat arising with that.
|The winding is drawn tightly and this if necessary so revolvedly still runs along the cord in front of the small plate. Otherwise one needs to be surprised no-one, why at the drill sudden fish purr this one is cut. In addition, the hook then hangs uncheckedly and crookedly in the water.|
|You can order the complete device (order number s09852) with a Sensas hook tie at us also by e-mail. Price: € 85.00||
The Sensas hook tie
Pierotti costs one by one € 62,90 (for
09851, Sensas catalog
2007 for page 117)
in the online shop.
The question still is remaining open now,
how one always binds the equally big or small pre-subject loop?
In connection with this, we have found a smart "crochet hook" at Sensas:
This so-called Easy Loop simply can be used.
|A loop commits itself around the forefinger and one holds the cord with thumbs and middle finger tightly. The left take this one away for right-handed person for this from Hand.|
|The Easy Lopper is turned into itself. Altogether twice. The illustration shows the first turn.|
The loop is then approx. 8-10 mm "in size" if one uses the big crochet hook. The "small" one creates loops of 5 mm.
|A second turn is carried out.
The loop of the left forefinger slips in the lower opening and is drawn tightly.
So professionals always bind the same loop size. This cannot very smally and with that be so fast seen for the fish.
A big and a small crochet hook is delivered in the set. Price € 7.90
|You can purchase this article also in our online shop.|
Dipl. Ing. Maik Fiebig