Street fishing - also called street angling - originates from France and is already very popular in Japan or the USA. On the waterways in Paris and elsewhere, street anglers meet in all weathers and make the traditional nature sport suitable for the big city. This trend is also establishing itself more and more in the urban centers of German cities. Connoisseurs of the scene speak of a real movement that is creating a new type of angler: young, modern and unconventional.
It's all about the short break in front of your own doorstep For Street Fisher, elaborately planned trips with bag and baggage by car to more remote areas are a thing of the past. It's all about the short break in front of your own front door. People who fish in the casual everyday look and head for the next hot spots in their city by bike, scooter or public transport.
Equipment must be easy to store and light Their goal is to get started right away and experience the pleasure of fishing on waters that are in their very immediate vicinity - whether it's on the banks of a canal, on a lock ledge, or in disused industrial sites. The typical street angler, by the way, is just as brand-conscious about his equipment as he is about his choice of clothes or cell phone. High-quality equipment and special material properties are preferred. This means, for example, rods that have been optimized for easy transport on buses and trains. The equipment must be easy to stow and lightweight.
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