Pellet Waggler Tutorial – X5 Commercial Range | Talking AERO w/ Nick Speed

Pellet Waggler Tutorial – X5 Commercial Range | Talking AERO w/ Nick Speed


like we got a fish shop well you’ve
joined me today at the Shimano experience center and I’m here to
demonstrate a fantastic way of catching fish during the summer time which is the
palak Wagler the palak Wagler is an awesome method and catching fish on
commercials across Europe and is extremely popular when the fish want to
feed in the shallow water during the summer time when the wor temperatures
warmer the fish want to compete just below the surface and this is where the
palak Wagler really does play a big part in catching big weights of fish whether
you’re in a match or you just want to go pleasure fishing it’s such an enjoyable
way of catching fish so let me just quickly explain to you the principle
behind it what you’re actually trying to do with the pellet Wagler is you’re
trying to get fish competing underneath the surface we fish commercials all over
Europe now when it comes to carp they’re so used to competing under the surface
because that’s where initially they were brought up in a stock pond and they were
so used to competing for food would bait hitting the surface when they were fed
and this is where this basically is evolved from so the pellet Wagyu is
about noise and reaction and it’s a very very busy way of catching fish but
enjoyable at the same time a lot of time with the pellet where you spend out of
the water where you sat there feeding your peg building it up and then casting
a wire over the top creating the same noise as what your pellets do which is
hitting the surface and getting the fish feeding under the surface of the water
really really effective we’re catching fish now today we’re at the experience
center I’ve mentioned and we’re catching a lot of fish and Wagler but there is
smaller stamp and generally on the waggly you’ve got two choices of Bay
you’ve got eight more pellets and you’ve got six more pellets because of the size
of the fish that I’m targeting today I’m using six more pellets because it
marries with small F ones and small car perfect in this kind of situation so let
me quickly run through the tackle set that I’m using so I’m using the arrow x5
pellet Wagler but in ten foot there’s two lengths of rod in
this particular range the 10 and 11 as you can see it’s only 20 22 meters to
the island a 10 foot for this kind of situation is absolutely perfect and
because it’s a slightly shorter rod it’s a bit more forgiving as well which suits
the stump of fish that we catch in today really really nice off progressive
action which is important which means less hook pulls and I’m using the static
4000 reel now a lot of people go for a 3000 I like a 4000 for all my go fishing
it aids casting because it asides at a spool and it just makes the control and
the retrieve of the Wagler more efficient because of the torque on the
real bigger real more powerful retrieve and obviously because it’s a really nice
reel it balances really well whether you use in a 9 foot rod of 10 11 12 just
balanced with all those kind of match rods that you’d be using on a commercial
the Wagler itself is a handmade flow I use a lot of key set key feast and
wigglers and these as well these are awesome they both cast ultimately true
which is really important when you’re feeding a tight area we’re feeding on
the edge of the island on I want to ensure that I’m being accurate of my
casting and being consistently good with my cast in and you need the right tool
to do that properly so use the right waggle that allows the Wagler to go
where you want it to go there’s a lot of waggles unfortunately they will kind of
like go off course through the air in the process of the cast pick some
accurate wag lers and they’ll make a big difference this is really this is a
point for Graham quite short and stumpy now the most important part behind the
Wagler is that when it hits a surface it pops up virtually instantly because your
lawyer bites on the Wagler will come within 10 seconds of your flow and your
bait hitting the surface and if your flow is still rising to the surface when
a fish takes your bait you won’t actually rate it won’t register on the
flow so use a white glow that it’s kind of like short and stumpy and calm to the
conditions to allow it to pop up really quickly and then when it’s a bit windy
I’ll use a slightly longer Wagler that’s a bit thinner that actually pulls the
weight of the Wagler further down underneath the surface to get rid of
that movement so there’s two options with the Wagner and of course the weight
is dictated by the distance that you want to fish if I want a fish further
out I’ll swap from a point four gram to a point six as you can see as well I’m
actually fishing shallow it’s only three four foot deep over there but I’m
actually for fishing four foot deep and the reason behind that is not because I
want to fish four foot in depth it’s because I want my hook bait to land away
from the Wagler itself in the process of the cast the pellet will actually
catapult away from the flow and land in a straight line behind the float so I’m
actually making two noises from the Wagler and the hook bait and you’ll
often find they’ll often go for the pellet instead because it’s more of a
natural and a more of a pellet sound because it is a pellet so that is the
reaction it’s not necessarily because I want to fish four foot deep is well I
don’t want the noise to be too near more Wagler so whether you’re on a Wagler
venue open water venue or a narrow commercial like where we are now that is
the principle of the pellet Wagner and it’s such an awesome way of catching
fish but you have to be busy you’ve got to feed all the time you’ve got a cast
and you’ve got to work at it today for example it took maybe an hour an hour
and a half of constantly feeding without any indications and then all of a sudden
they’ve turned up because I’ve created competition for feeding fish so there
you have it a really really effective summer approach on commercials and
really enjoyable as well you

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