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Murat

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Do you make specific noise or they can be attract all kind of noises?
 
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tuomo

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thats very interesting. never thought that any noise i make could possibly attract fish. What kind of noises you make. How do you produce these sounds?


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Memo

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just from the nasal openings like bulging noise. Ehhm its wierd I know but those noises are similar to the throat noise just before you puke :D . try making sounds with transfering the air from your throat towards your mouth.
 
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shaneshac

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I grit my teeth as well. You'll be suprised how loud that sounds under water.

Tapping the gun barrell with my torch also works. Just do it a few times and then stop altogether. The fish will come in closer than if you do it continuosly.
 
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