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Tell me about: noises to attract fish


Sep 21, 2018
Mullet is common as to shoot 1st in the beggining.,Then as you mention sea bream ,Seabass.Then you shall discover the corvina shy fish loves summer warm water comes out at night although found sometimes in day light.For sea Perch Mormara stirr up the sand a little or move the small gravel lightly !they think their is a feast and attend if in the area.The other noise is indian crawling through the Algae can be a advantage as a disadvantage depends on alert level of the fish,some times youll find seabass hide from the other predator fish
Indian crawling? What's that? I've caught a couple corvinas, they don't seem that skittish and they're slow. Tasty! I'm guessing the perch mormara are what they call mourmoura here in Greece. Those striped ones sometimes in groups that hang out on the sand? I attracted a group the other day with sounds, but I'll try the sand thing. They're usually small but I've seen a couple decent sized ones.

Johny Depth

Sep 27, 2020
Indian crawling !this is a term of phrase that comes from a tactical slow crawl to sneak up on the prey or enemy as you shall no doubt have seen on tv holly wood cow boys an indians, Of coarse for spearfishing this Indian crawl is done at the bottom of the water but in this case not touching the stones with your finns or body to aviod detection.This gives you advantage to advance closer to fish undetected to acquire a visual on a target fish lets use the term sneek up on the fish
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