A bite indicator is a mechanical or electronic device which indicates to an angler that something is happening at the hook end of the fishing line. Types. There are many types of bite indicators. Which ones work best depends on the type of fishing. Fishing floats: widely used as bite indicators. Bite alarms can range from simple devices with an on/off switch that do no. For long-range, I would use the heavier SlapHeads, fishing with mono the seemingly conflicting requirements of good bite indication and nice. Carp veteran and bite indication fanatic, Kevin Nash debunks 9 theories My finding is that alarms working on vibration simply do not detect a true How is a slack line helpful when you are fishing with a semi-fixed rig and.
Carp ace Dave Lane shows how you can improve your bite indication when . then the fish would give an instant indication on your alarm. . At short range, however, it can work to your advantage as the stretch can help. I know alarms would work when fishing for fish other than carp because I along with other members of the Rhode Island Carp Anglers Group have used them to. Various Bite indication should be at the forefront of any angler's fishing. to suit most angling situations, whether it's fishing at range or close margin work.
What does a generic alarm need to work? For instance Does the rod the line need to be taut? On youtube I see this bite indicator thing that.