In order to use active fishing techniques effectively, you will need certain tackle items such as rods, reels and lines in order to cast your bait or lure into the water.
In addition to this basic gear you will likely also want several other pieces including hooks, weights or floats, line clippers, bait holders and various lures depending on what type of species you are targeting.
You may also want accessories like waders if you plan on doing any wading in shallow waters while angling.
The type of tackle you choose will depend on the particular species and techniques you are using, so it is important to research what is best for your situation. Regardless, always make sure that your tackle is well-maintained and properly stored when not in use. This will help ensure that it works properly and can last for many years.
It’s also important to remember that safety is a key component of active fishing, so make sure you have appropriate clothing and flotation devices in case you accidentally end up in the water. With the right tackle, knowledge and experience, you will be able to successfully employ active fishing techniques and catch some great fish!