The tackle you fish with, and certainly the last metre of your line, often has some small but very important components that make big differences in your fishing. Think for example of the hook itself, but also of things like swivels, clips, lead weights and so on. These small products are often referred to as terminal tackle in the angling world.
For every discipline of fishing you will need some terminal tackle. Whether you fish for coarse species, sea fish, carp or predators like pike or perch, you will need some terminal tackle items. You can make the system with small tackle as complicated as you want. You can opt for a simple hook on a hooklink, but there are also rigs for carp that involve lead clips, tail rubbers, rig rings, shrink tube, tungsten sinkers, sleeves and boilie stoppers. For an overview of the assortment of this small material, you can take a look in our webshop. All types of small tackle are well stocked and conveniently presented.
Terminal tackle is not only important in carp fishing. Even when you pull up to the coast with your beach rod, or with your feeder rod to the big channel, terminal tackle is important and can really make a difference to your fishing. The last metre of your rig is called the most important metre for a reason. This is where you need to entice the fish, set the hook correctly and make sure it stays in place when you're fighting a strong fish. When that one big fish slides into your net and is unhooked a little later on the unhooking mat, you will know why!