Your fishing storage
Keen anglers are often faced with a dilemma – where to put the fishing gear? Over the years, different fishing rods, reels, bags and various small accessories gradually pile up. If you want to use different fishing methods, there is no way around buying your own tackle for every purpose. But where to put it? Usually, people mistakenly use their garage, cellar or even apartment to store fishing equipment. But before your girlfriend or wife complains about the smell of your fishing lures, you should take a look for a suitable storage space. Cellars are usually not really suitable, as expensive fishing rods and reels rot there more quickly than you would think. The garage is for parking your car, not for storing piles of fishing stuff.
If you take a look at the different kinds of fish and the tackle to match, even outsiders can quickly see how vast the world of sport fishing can be:
- Carp: Modern carp fishing probably requires the most gear, such as basic rods, free spool reels, unhooking mats, rod pods, telescopic landing nets, a rubber dinghy, an echo sounder, a bivvy or brolly, a bedchair, a fishing chair, an electrical bite indicator, a food bucket with boilies, corn or tigernuts – and much more…
- Pike: Heavy basic rods, diverse spinning rods, heavy floats and, of course, fishing lures such as trolling lures, spoons, spinnerbait, jerkbait, twisters, etc…
- Zander: Zander fishing usually involves using crankbait. Techniques such as the idling method require medium-duty spinning rods with good tip action and a hard blank.
- Bass: Fishing for bass involves ultralight spinning rods, also known as finesse rods. Bass fishing also requires separate lures such as mini plugs, which are good for twitching. Dropshot fishing also demands a variety of special hooks, leader material and lines.
- White fish (bream, barbel, rudd, roach, crucian carp, etc.): This is where you distinguish feeder fishing from match fishing. Feeder rods often have a high casting weight in order to throw heavy feeders at range. For match fishing, you need light rods with a length of up to 4 metres, small reels with fine lines and a variety of wagglers and delicate floats.
- Catfish: Catfish angling requires brute force, and needs heavy tackle with large reels and braided line. Aside from containers for bait fish, you usually also need a boat. Other necessary equipment is very similar to that of carp fishing.
- Salmonids (trout, char, graylings, etc.): The most elegant fishing method for catching salmon-like fish is probably fly fishing. For this, you need fly rods of varying weights with special fly reels and casting lines. A chest wader, fishing boots and fishing vest are also advisable.
To free up more space again, Storebox offers you the chance to store your fishing tackle safely and above all, in the best way possible. All storage compartments are accessible from the ground floor and open 24 hours a day, meaning you can easily fetch your tackle from the store before a fishing trip and head straight to the water. This leaves more room and time for the more important things in life – such as catching fish! Good fishing!
Compartments can be booked in various sizes and cost from €36,99 per m²/month, plus flexible insurance packages.
Your compartment is available immediately after booking and can be accessed around the clock with your personal access code.
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All Storeboxes are accessible on the ground floor, barrier-free, doubly secured, monitored and insured.