The match method is based on precise float fishing at medium and long distances. To do this, a relatively light set has to be sent a considerable distance. Thanks to the use of a suitably heavy float, the so-called waggler and precisely placed load, we are able to make repeatable throws even at very long distances.
Match reels, i.e. highly specialized reels dedicated to distance methods, come to the rescue.
Reels are characterized by a relatively large gear ratio, which allows for a large amount of winding, and a shallow, but wide spool that allows for long casts.
Another important element of the reel is the precise brake, which will allow for successful hauling even with the use of thin lines.