It is complicated to throw a sinker plus hooks baited with bunker or clam a long distance. When you attempt to power the cast, it frequently results to the bait flying wildly or a tangled mess off the hook. Averagely, a surfcaster has the ability to fling lead as well as bait roughly 50 yards on any good day. Accomplished surfcasters can send the same perhaps an extra 50 yards. If a fish hanging roughly seventy-five yards offshore, a good number of anglers might expect such a frustrating and long day while on the beach. Of course, unless, they own an S.B.B.C (Sand Blaster Bait Caster).
The Sand Blaster Bait Caster refers to a patented stainless steel and PVC air gun that is able to shoot bait up to over 300 yards out in to the water. The bait brings with it a sinker, line and hook all frozen in to a cylinder of a PVC’s barrel size. Once it is loaded, the single 100-psi air charge normally propels bait out to the exact location of the big fish. You might think the whole process is characterized by a huge bang, but the truth is that it’s only a poof!
The S.B.B.C is completely transforming the manner in which anglers throughout the world are hunting for fish. By casting your bait over three hundred yards, there is no doubt that hunting of fish couldn’t be any interesting and easy. The caster is ideal for surfing your fish right from the comfort of the beach.
For sure, casting your bait across long distances is no longer a dream for surf anglers. All you need to do is hook tuna past the break and then sail the floating lures in to frenzied stripers … next, cast chum for the upcoming shark attack.
Its non-corrosive alloy design was tailored brilliantly to please even the most demanding fishermen anywhere they plan to fish. Check out this video to learn more about the Sand Blaster Bait Caster System.
How the Sand Blaster Bait Caster Works
The Sand Blaster Bait Caster System takes away the frustration of trying to cast your line out past the breakers when sea fishing from the shore by firing a frozen bait bullet (with your hook attached) up to 270m out to sea.
The system uses compressed air and a long tube to fire the bait “out where the big fish are.” The bait bullets must be made by the angler out of provided moulds, while shooting the payload only requires the pulling of a lever.
You might think that launching with the bait like a rocket over 300 yards would end up with the bait flying from your hook but they have come up with a great solution. First, they bait up a rig and freeze it in a special tube in an aerodynamic shape, then once frozen it fits nicely into the launching tube. Once the bait has landed in the water the ice quickly, melts away leaving the hooked bait ready for some big fish to come and take a bite.
It has proved very successful for these anglers, and if nothing else, I am sure it would attract a lot of attention down on the beach!
Easy To Follow Steps on How to Assemble Your Sand Blaster Bait Caster
The primary step into achieving total success with this caster is to place your baited hook, water, and custom sinker in the missile shaped plastic bait mold. This mold can accommodate roughly 6 baits or any other combination of baits as well as liquefied ground chum. The next step entails putting the mold inside a freezer. Pray that you better half doesn’t discover the smelly nature of the mixture prior to removing it. After it is frozen in to an aerodynamic shape and then you remove it from the sinker, hook, bait, and mold, you are ready to send it off.
What Does The Sand Blaster Bait Caster Package Include?
The package consists of the following:
- Two shock leader
- 6 BUF Rigs
- 6-pack holders or bait molds
- Sand blaster bait caster
Fishing has never been easier, interesting, and relaxing. With this caster, you can enjoy doing your hobby or sport right at the comfort of the beach. There is no doubt about that.
With a compact tractor battery coupled with a seven-foot rod, there is no doubt that even a newbie surfcaster can be able to toss roughly twenty ounces of bait and sinker across more than 300 yards.
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