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Light rock fishing, also known as LRF or LERF, is a popular angling technique that focuses on catching smaller species of fish using light tackle and artificial lures.

LRF is often practised in coastal areas where there is abundant structure such as rocks, piers, and jetties, which serve as habitats for various species of fish.

The equipment used in light rock fishing typically includes ultralight spinning rods, lightweight reels, and thin lines with a low breaking strain to ensure sensitivity and precision in detecting bites.

Commonly targeted fish species in light rock fishing include wrasse, gobies, blennies, and small predatory fish like bass and mackerel, which provide thrilling fights on the light tackle.

Light rock fishing offers a fun and accessible way for anglers of all ages and experience levels to enjoy the excitement of fishing, appreciate the coastal environment, and connect with nature.

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