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Any one got ideas on the new Sea Senter (good or bad)

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Post by Admin on Tue 14 Dec - 16:45

Sea Senter

Sea Scenter - The ultimate sea feeder? We've all had attempts at coming up with the perfect Sea Feeder and some have come close and some haven't - but almost none of them have made it into production! Until now that is. The Sea Feeder's strong construction is unbelievable, the industrial strength nylon mesh used on the main body isn't just hard - it's rock solid. The system is designed to take any of the Gemini Fixed Grip and Breakout assembly, making this Sea Swimfeeder System ideal for both Shore and Uptiding.

Those anglers that are lucky enough to have already used the swimfeeder all have different ideas about the 'secret contents' - these range from a fish based paste, frozen minced squid & cuttle and groundbait mixes.

A brilliant tip from our friends at www.shoreangler.co.uk - Freeze a minced mix into film canisters with a pencil like stick upright in the middle. Once frozen remove the stick but keep the mix in the canister until needed - obviously you want a cool box to keep them frozen, using a double patting system you can recharge the feeder quickly again and again [Simply clip the feeder from the rig and drop in] The frozen mix will release slowly creating a huge scent trail

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Re: Any one got ideas on the new Sea Senter (good or bad)

Post by bob o neill on Tue 28 Dec - 17:41

The postage is fairly high when shipped from england jim
monofleet are reducing the cost on bulk orders to combat shipping costs
the plus side is it will leave a good sent trail BUT might draw crabs in quicker aswell, leaving you with a bare hook in minutes,
Does anybody know if there stocked in ireland?
I think the local tackle shops would stock them if enough people asked.
I got some dvices and dv8's from england and for what they cost i wont be using them in snaggy spots,

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Re: Any one got ideas on the new Sea Senter (good or bad)

Post by lengrace on Sat 1 Jan - 15:13

i was fishing with one yesterday first cast using it i caught a fish but nothing after that its a different type of sea senter and i found it very bulky when casting

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