Marker buoys are buoyant markers used to denote the locations of fixed objects. Fishermen understand the difficulty of making a flawless cast to the submerged structure.
Sometimes it's tough to keep in mind the precise spot or viewing angle that gives the best presentation. The buoy's marking is attached to a flexible metal rod that lowers to the seafloor and keeps it in position, even in high winds. Anglers can make precise casts to their desired structure with the aid of a marker buoy.
Having a visual target to aim at makes it much simpler to make accurate proposals to deep ocean rock piles, ledges, or humps.
Marker buoys are used by fishermen for navigational purposes and to prevent encroachment by other boats.
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