Overview of Maximus Pulse 732SUL

Greetings to all. In this article I want to share my impression of Maximus spinning. For a long time I was looking for a stick with certain criteria. The Wishlist was such a hard spinning, but with a very lively tip. I understood that there was only one way out – pasting Solid. But here again, the moment, it was necessary to have a form that would not fall in any way on the wiring and especially on the animation of the bait, but would only be included in the game by playing the fish. I thought for a long time, sorted through the options, but nothing could satisfy my requirements. But quite by accident, during the competition, I saw one of the athletes Pulse732SUL. We talked a bit, I made a series of casts of it with a spinning rod and realized what I was looking for … As a result, I decided to order it. A certain expectation of delivery created a certain highlight. As I remember now, a dull Sunday at work, in our fishing store, as usual, talking about fishing, I was already tuned in on Monday, knowing that the spinning was already in town. There is a call from the courier and he soon brings him straight to work, moreover, a day earlier than planned.

TTX: Weight 79 (80 actual) Test – 0.8-5 g Growth – 220 cm Build – Fast Tip type – Solid Sticker Direction – Rock Fish Crank – spreaded Reel seat – Fuji Rings – Korea guide Insert – T-Zirconia Slim Ring Number of rings – 9 Graphite – NANO 46 Ton – Transport 110 cm. On the same day I decided to immediately go and test it already on the water. The first thing that pleased me was the opportunity to set the lightest vibrations of the bait. It was enough either to punch a little with the tip, or just light light shocks with the index finger on the form and the paste would start instantly. It was impossible not to notice, let alone keep silent about the conicity of the form itself. It is so thick in comle that it is a little unusual. According to the manufacturer, this design of the form gives a chic sensory. With which I completely agree. On 0.04 and 0.02, Nanofil is a gorgeous tactile effect. On the stone bottom, it was well monitored how 1 g was transferred from pebble to pebble; at the bottom with shallow vegetation, each contact with grass could also be easily determined, some kind of dull load. Contact with the fish also surprised. When the perch was interested in the bait, it was tactile to feel a short poke, when on the pause the perch pinches the bait, a series of pokes is heard that are already smoother … And when the striped beat stupidly it was like catching a pike perch at close range. Vertex control was just as well monitored, that to say a sticker is a sticker, visually everything can always be tracked.

Survival, the very moment that you want more and more. Everything is clear on the bite, but how did the blank work out … After hooking, since the solid itself was loaded several times softer instantly and the load passed to the blank. In specimens up to 120 g, the form was included in different ways, depending on the fishing conditions. Now I’ll try to tell you why. In the summer, I practice fishing for wading a lot, the water is warm, nothing prevents you from calmly going in and fishing comfortably. In such conditions, the angle from the bait to the tulip is relatively small, the load goes more on the upper knee. Instances up to 120 only up to half loaded the vertex. But such fishing only in the summer and more in the daytime. On individuals it is already larger, just brought to himself and took fish by hand, right in the water. But, since I spend a lot of fishing in the dark and practice fishing from the parapet, then everything happens a little differently. In such conditions, my angle increases at times. The reason is simple, from the top of the parapet to the surface of the water about 2.5-3 m. Here, a priori, it was not possible to recreate an angle similar to classic coastal fishing or wading. Here the form is already loaded on normal fish into 8 out of 9 rings.

Raising fish through the parapet. To begin with, someone is constantly spinning along the parapet. Most often it is the ubiquitous perch. But with the advent of darkness, roach, ide, bream, and scavenger begin to pull up to the parapet. In such conditions, I prefer to catch on mormyshka. Long casts are not required. Although the test of the rod was declared from 0.8 g, I fished with mormyshki starting from 0.18 g. Most often I used 0.5 and 0.6 g, when a series of gatherings followed or 3-5 straight bites were reduced. He used various shortened slugs and all possible silicone worms as baits. Most often, different-sized perch came across, but when selecting wiring, roach sometimes prevailed. In the dark, small ones can especially say single variants, most often roach weighing about 200-300 g. The rise of fish occurs more on the blank. I move the spinning tip down and start to raise the fish to the side, with the expectation that the butt part is always higher than the upper knee of the spinning. Thus, the form is loaded gradually, and even if the trophy begins to twitch on the rise, the maximum will disappear or tear off the mormyshka. With the correct spinning position, there can’t even be any talk of breakage, it’s not really easy … Already with a fish of 350 g or more you had to lift it by the fishing line with your hands. In my case, it was, as a rule, Yaz and, more rarely, Perch, the scavenger and the hosper were most often no larger than the palm.

Reviews: Maximus Pulse 732SUL Review

For a relatively short period of time (about 3 months), I managed to fish Maximus Pulse732SUL about 75 times. Most often it is evening and night fishing. Did I manage to fully understand it … It seems to me yes. In my opinion, spinning justifies not only its value, but also expectations of its capabilities. Can I recommend it, definitely. This is a tool that can do a lot. Agree, it was not in vain that it was developed over two years … The only thing, it seems to me that the test is a bit overpriced. On 4 g and 2 "worm or 1.5" the springfly larva feels that the spinning is hard, but he coped with his work.

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