The Tyrolean is a special, lightened leaded weight, which is most often used for perch fishing. Due to the air plug in it, the Tyrolean does not lie down after reaching the bottom, but rises up and keeps the main line raised, so the bait is offered to the predatory fish in a higher layer of water.
Not only does it not sink in the mud, but it also lifts the bait out of the water plants and the stuck bed bottom. Its elongated shape enables long throws.
In addition to the sinking bottom rig for zander fishing, it can also be used for groping and dipping fishing.