Coarse fishing or fishing for freshwater fish other than trout, salmon and char originated in the UK in the early 19th century. The main fishing techniques involved in coarse fishing are the following: float fishing where the bait is suspended beneath a float, legering wherein the bait is made to sink at the bottom of the lake by the use of a large weight; and spinning, wherein the bait or lure is towed through the water to attract coarse fish. Today, there are a myriad of fishing tackle capable of doing a lot of fishing techniques for different conditions. It is important, therefore, to make the correct choice in purchasing the perfect coarse fishing tackle. Here’s some information on Daiwa’s Millionaire® Proteus Multiplier.
Key Features of Daiwa’s Millionaire® Proteus Multiplier
Proteus, according to ancient Greek mythology is an early sea god whose name means the “firstborn” and is the main herdsman of Poseidon’s seals. He is said to be able to foretell the future and can only do so in the presence of someone who is capable of capturing him although, he tests his subduer by assuming many forms. Thus the name Proteus has acquired positive connotations of versatility and adaptability. This is why Daiwa’s Millionaire® Proteus Multiplier is expected to provide the needed power and flexibility for your everyday coarse fishing needs. It has a machined aluminum spool for added durability and strength. It is also equipped with Daiwa’s Infinite Anti Reverse which makes no handle slap backs on hook sets. This coarse fishing tackle is available in either left or right wind. It also has worm gear level wind that moves the line from left to right with every turn of the handle.
More About Daiwa’s Millionaire® Proteus Multiplier
Daiwa’s Millionaire® Proteus Multiplier has a very innovative centrifugal brake system which gives you amazing control. This is the perfect fishing tackle for spoon lures which are lures that resemble the inside of spoons and plugs or crank baits which are lures that have a fish like appearance. Centrifugal brakes work well even with low casting speeds, like pitching. The centrifugal brakes utilize the friction inside the brake ring and have a brake force which is proportional to the spool speed. Adding to the smoothness and control this fishing tackle has a drag ratio of 5.1:1 and a selectable spool click. Daiwa’s Millionaire® Proteus Multiplier weighs 11.8ozs. It has 2 ball bearings and 1 roller bearing which are perfect for smoother casting and trolling behind a boat. It has a line capacity of 290m – 15lbs.
Final Thoughts on Daiwa’s Millionaire® Proteus Multiplier
Daiwa’s Millionaire® Proteus Multiplier sure does live up to its name as a very versatile coarse fishing tackle in the market. So whether you are the laid back pleasure angler or the competitive match angler, this coarse fishing tackle is the perfect all rounder in your fishing armory. When it comes to fishing, Daiwa is the name you can trust.