BIG CARP CATFISHING FISHING BAIT SECRETS -- the Advantage of Using 'Extra Sensory Perception!'
By Tim Richardson
+ I have found that 'extra sensory perception' is a valid skill in fishing that can add many more big fish to your catch results! +
I have lost count of the occasions where I have happened to just settle into a swim, when so many were available, and proceed to hook an incredible catch, while other people fail even to get a bite.
This does seem to go beyond all usual parameters of success, like experience of a lake, or casting ability, or bait attractiveness, or whatever!
On one occasion, I had been fishing an enormous lake in France called "Lac Du Salagou," and not had a bite for about three days and nights. I was wondering if my homemade baits had fully dissolved or been pulled off the hook rigs. It was about 3 o'clock in the morning and there was not a sound. However, I awoke suddenly with a sudden and very strong feeling of concern for the safety of my fishing rods which were cast out for a big carp.
These rods were propped up on bite alarms by using rocks to stabilise them, and they were not very stable to say the least! I just stood up, and felt like I should put my hand over the right hand rod grip.
This very strong 'feeling' felt like a strange magnetic attraction…
At that very moment, it 'wacked up' into my hand, as very big and very powerful fish ripped line from the reel.
This fish fought like a very fit and heavy fish does, and it was a great effort to finally net and land this huge fish! I knew I would not have just lost the fish, but very likely my rod too, because it gave such fast violent 'take,' and I was amazed at the coincidence of my strangely almost compulsive actions that took place, immediately before it.
These kinds of ' ESP'experiences have occurred many times over the years, inevitably producing many of my biggest fish! Could it be that we have some ancient unknown 'cognitive connection' with other animals that we can sometimes detect under special circumstances!
When 'it' happens, I always feel as if there is an 'electricity in the air,' a kind of 'static charge,' and I feel hypersensitive to the surroundings, sounds, temperature and air. It's like the feeling you get when the hair goes up on your arms and hands from the cold.
I get the same feeling about changing hook baits at very specific times during a fishing trip; an action which has frequently produced a very big fish soon afterwards. I wonder about these feelings and often resist them as being 'illogical,' but then reasoning that I am not catching at the moment; I may as well act accordingly, even if I sometimes feel stupid!
Is there something to this, or is just taking too much whiskey with my coffee? I would love to get feedback of other anglers' experiences!
The author has many more fishing and bait 'edges' up his sleeve. Every single one can have a huge impact on catches. (Warning: This article is protected by copyright, but reprints with a link are OK.)
By Tim Richardson. 'The thinking angler's fishing author and expert bait making guru.'
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