Monday, 8 July 2013
Bell (also called bass casting) sinkers resemble a tear-drop or bell shape with a brass loop or a lead eye at their tapered top. Line can be fed through or tied directly to the eye. The eye is made of brass.
These sinkers cast well in the wind, making them a favourite for shore anglers. The rounded profile of the sinkers also reduces its chance of snagging. For boat anglers, bell sinkers are often used on a three-way rig. This rig is designed to get baits deep without needing any extra equipment, like downriggers. The rig consists of a three-way swivel with one eye for the main line. The next loop holds a drop line with a bell sinker at its end. Finally, the last loop holds a leader and a lure or a live bait rig. The rig is effective when bounced along the bottom or lowered to a desired depth and trolled in open water.
Friday, 14 June 2013
Gary Yamamoto's Senko has quickly become a sensation throughout the world. The Senko is salt impregnated, has a healthy profile, casts like a bullet, and features a unique smooth-and-even horizontal fall when fished weightless or wacky style. Yamamoto Senkos are not magic, but pretty darn close.
Slightly heavier than a 5-inch Senko, Yamamoto's 4-inch Kreature can be cast weightless for a slow, horizontal descent. Raise your rod tip, and you can burn it back across the water's surface like a buzzbait. This versatile lure's performance is outstanding when Texas rigged for flipping or Carolina rigged for those bottom-hugging fish. The Kreature's forward arms swim during the fall, and when it comes to rest on the bottom, the slightest movement will cause the rear paddles to spring forward and back while the floating tail tantalizes fish.
Because of its popularity Dabec Fishing is proud to announce that it is now stocking these two soft baits in six stunning colours that will get any bass biting. Just to make it more interesting, the price on the shelf is insane and will beat any other price in Africa, Even when you send a runner with a bicycle!
Get your packet now because what you fish matters!