How Do You Use a Sea Fishing Pole in DST?

Using a sea fishing pole in Deep Sea Fishing (DST) is an exciting and rewarding experience. It is important to understand the basics of how to use a rod and reel for this type of fishing so that you can enjoy your time on the water and catch more fish.

Before you head out onto the ocean, it is essential that you choose the right equipment for your fishing needs. The type of rod and reel you use will depend on what type of fish you are trying to catch, as well as the size and depth of the body of water.

A good rule of thumb is to use a longer rod for deeper waters or if you are Targeting larger species, whereas shorter rods may be better suited for shallow waters or smaller fish. Additionally, your reel should have a strong drag so that it can withstand larger catches, as well as having enough capacity for all necessary line and lures.

Once you have chosen the proper equipment, it’s time to start learning how to use it. Before casting into the water, make sure that your line is properly attached to your spool and reel.

Additionally, make sure that your knots are secure so that they won’t come loose during casting or reeling in a catch. When casting out into the open ocean, it is important to cast far enough away from shore so that there are no obstructions around which could snag your line.

After casting out into the open sea, wait until you feel a tug on your line before reeling it in – this means there’s a fish on! Reel in slowly but steadily while keeping an eye on what’s going on above and below water level so that you can adjust accordingly if necessary.


By following these steps, anyone can learn how to use a sea fishing pole in DST successfully. With practice and patience, sea fishing can be an enjoyable experience for anyone – whether they’re a beginner or an experienced angler!

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Emma Gibson