The Fishspy Camara


I am sure a lot of angler’s would shun this as they would feel its cheating.  My answer to this is ‘is where would you draw the line?’  Fishing technology has moved on so much since glass fibre rods and fixed spool reels.  Carbon technology developed by the F1 teams and the military have been past down.  The bait company’s advancement in their understanding of the fishes dietary needs is amazing.  So, which part of the above is not cheating.  Now, if you embrace these, surely you should do it for all technical advances.  Remote buzzers is a great example, not really necessary, but we love it.

The Fishspy is as it states, a spy camera to aid you in your battle to achieve your goal in life – to catch your favourite carp or new PB.  We climb trees to observe patrol roots, so why not use this tool in the same way?  It will save you fishing the wrong area all night, as you can.  If I find the perfect spot, I flick the Fishspy out and double check and I can assure you, that you will be very surprised with what you see.  In this day and age, when there is such a lack of time available to everyone, this type of technological advances should be part of your carp fishing armour.

Here are a few examples of what I use the fishspy for.

Observation

You leave the camera out in your chosen spot and watch for fish activity.

I have poked my rod through the trees, lowered the Fishspy down, sat back and watched the fish.

You can bait a margin spot and leave the camera there recording.  If the bait has gone, you know its definitely Carp and not Tench, Bream or even bird’s

You can check out how clear your clear spot is and even the make up of the lake bed – sand, clay or silt.

I hear you say watercraft, we have embraced other innovations, so why not one more?

I only use it as a back up, when I am not 100% sure and I need to set up before dark.  I am limited for time and this has certainly caught me more fish that I would of had

 

 

The most effective way to use the Fishspy is not as a permanent marker float, but as the above suggestion as a confirmation tool for the typography of the lake bed.  Also to find feeding areas and in this day and age, anything that helps, is a must for me.

Regards

Richard

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About richardhandel

I would like to give a brief snap shot of my life and introduce myself; My name is Richard Handel and was born in 1965 in Suffolk. I have worked as a UK Operation & Intermodule Manager for a shipping company. I live in Hampshire now and am married with 2 young children, both girls so I am a bit outnumbered even the cat is a girl! I have been fishing since I was about 7 years old. I started on small local rivers in Suffolk, then moved onto gravel pits and then carp fishing. My personal best is a 39.08 mirror, over recent years I have started river fishing again, on the Hampshire Avon, this is a nice break from the carp lakes. My life has turned a big corner this year, the company I was working for relocated their Operation centre to Estonia. I was offered a job at the head office in London. This would have meant a 5 day commute and working in Stratford. As a family, we did not fancy this, as I would hardly spend any time with the children (and the Mrs). So after 22.5 years, I was given a nice redundancy package and with my wife is working full time. I became the house husband. This has meant a complete turn around in my fishing, as I can pick and choose when I go. I have found a splendid new syndicate to fish this year, which includes 5 lakes and some 8 miles of river with only 150 members. It's an amazing change to the way I am able to fish. I am now trying to start my own tackle business and make a bit of a name for myself in the world of fishing, as I have retired from real work. Richard
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