The most important information on areas of application and functions
You can find out more about the different types of bite alarms here. Maybe you already have a certain brand.
Bottom fishing with an acoustic bite alarm is safer
Bite alarms have proven their worth for bottom fishing, flow fishing or night fishing. Electronic Bite alarms are waterproof, ideal for bottom fishing. Barracuda, walleye and other predatory fish are usually found near the bottom. The robber can pull the rod completely into the water. If an acoustic signal sounds, you can react quickly.
When fishing on the surface that is enough Pendulum bite indicator off. An independent bite alarm test has shown that radio flashers are the better choice for fly fishing.
The bite alarm must be waterproof
So that the bite alarm reliably accompanies and supports the angler, it has to be waterproof. The sound effects should be adjustable via the volume control. Low battery consumption is also a feature of the pole stand with snap alarm. You can make the necessary settings with the wheel make.
How does the siren work?
If you don't hold the rod in your hand but put it on the rod holder, you lose the feeling when a fish has bitten. This is where the bite alarm comes into play.
Mechanical bite alarm works through a visual signal, triggered by encounters with fish and bait. The best example is the trout climber, which jumps up as soon as the fish bites.
Electronic bite alarms not only register the bite, they also emit an acoustic signal. Such devices have both a transmitter and a receiver, which is a great convenience for anglers.
How do I use the bite alarm?
There are different brands of bite alarms, such as:
- new direction,
- black cat
and so forth. In many shops you will also find NoName products, which are often cheaper.
These bite alarms are attached to the rod. After removing the rod holder, place the mechanical bite alarm on the rod holder.
The electronic bite alarm is screwed into the rod holder. The power cord is routed through the slot that snaps into the detector. When the bite alarm responds and signals, grab your fishing rod and set it to stop.
The egg should not be too heavy and should make a noise when lifted. Additional glowsticks also make night fishing easier.