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Friday, April 15, 2011
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Bait boats have revolutionized certain areas of modern carp fishing, and are without doubt gaining popularity among 'big water' carpers. However, their overuse at certain venues has caused some consternation to other anglers sharing those facilities, as well as opening a heated debate as to whether or not they remove an element of skill in one's fishing. Clearly there are pros and cons of using them, and like any other piece of complex equipment, it requires a boat deck painting tips in Highland Park when used in a public arena. Particularly, on busy waters where consideration of other anglers should be exercised. Sadly that is not always the case, and only serves to pour fuel on the fire from a minority group of less thoughtful boat users.
Like any other type of equipment there is a right time and place for its use. It is not an attempt to help cement the vast difference of opinion concerning bait boat use, but merely to illustrate some points that I've recently become aware of regarding their application. Love them, or hate them, they are here to stay, and I don't think anyone can argue against the fact that they are a highly innovative advance in carp fishing technology.
Their ability to place baits accurately in areas that would otherwise be inaccessible by virtue of overhanging branches or distance, has been well documented in many other articles similar to this, and I would be stating the obvious if I were to pursue that thread. However, in their defense I feel there is one salient point that is not mentioned as frequently; that being of safety!
Sure, bait boats can be a pain at times, I can't argue against that, but there are instances where they are far safer than casting, to people, and of course wildlife. And I doubt that there are many true carper's out there that don't feel a pang of guilt, when they leave a baited rig hung up on a tree; as the result of a dud cast. There is nothing worse than seeing a tethered bird, or a dead one entangled in fishing line!
Posted on 04/15 at 04:55 AM