Speaker 1: And what I’m going to do now is turn that rig over three or four times. One two three four and then start feeding again. What I like to do is ping a few just turn the rig over once trying To look for that.
Turn the rig over once again. And then if I don’t get any bites this time now what I’m going to do I’m not going to feed for a couple of seconds one two three. Four. Speaker 1: Really using that float.
And the bait. To make the noise nothing. One two Three. Four. And if I don’t get one straight away what I’m going to do. Is feed. And then just one I’m really working hard ringing the changes trying to get those odd bites.
One flick again reason I do tend to have more turn my rig over more times when I’m not feeding is because I want the fish to come to that one pellet that I’ve got on the hook quite often when you loose feed and turn your rig over once you do get bites like that but most of your bites will come in that little lull of feeding when you’ve turned your rig over three or four times and the reason for that is purely because your bait is the only one there so one two three four do that a couple of times and the bites will be instant if you do get one nothing one.
Two three four. And then loose feed and just one you can vary it. You know the good thing is if you go practising catch a few fish you might come up with you know different variations that really work for you.
Always want to experiment one little tip if you see any fish move. Little rings or a swirl it can be really good just to not feed for a few seconds and just turn your rig over because there’s obviously a fish there.
And like I say quite often if I see a sign of a fish I won’t feed I’ll just turn the rig over trying to get the fish to really come to my hook bait. And the beauty with fishing a pole shallow. Is you can make noise whenever you want? You can tap you can turn your rig over you can loose feed very accurately.
And it really really is a deadly method when the fish will come into that range. But you can see all the time I’m working oohhh that looked like a bite it flew under as soon as the pellet hit the water virtually.
Speaker 4: Now I’ve just seen a little ring of a swirl there so what I’m going to do is really try three four. And I’m not going to feed because there’s obviously a fish there. There you go and we’ve got it absolute perfect.
Demonstration of what to do when you see a sign of a fish and it’s something that a lot of people don’t look for. I’m constantly looking for signs of fish and what happened there was I was loose feeding turning my rig over and just about a foot past my pole tip I saw a little ring of a swirl and that obviously gave me the heads up that there’s a fish there I stopped feeding turned my rig over my pellet is the only pellet that’s there.
And within seconds we’re into our third fish of the day It’s going a little bit but again you’ve got a nice long bit of carbon in your hand so what you can do? Is use this opportunity to feed. Nice and accurate.
It’s the beauty with those 8 mils they go in nice and accurate. I’m just keeping the pole nice and low while this fish is running.