Hi and welcome to Shooting Star
This site has been set up to show you the next step in carp fishing.
Hi and welcome to my site.
Thanks for taking the time to see what shooting star is all about.
When fishing in low light levels or at night you cant always see where your hook bait will land during a cast so you can't be sure that when you cast your hook out, it will land in the area you have been baiting from the moment you set up in the swim.
You could be metres away from the baited area with your hook bait sitting all on its own. And only few metres away the fish could be eating all your bait you put out, keeping the fish away from your hook.
Or you may have landed in the weeds, or in a tree?
With shooting star you can see where your hook is right from the start of your cast all the way until it hits the water. Giving you the chance to make any adjustments you need during the cast to make sure you land in the correct place. If you don't you can just reel it in, charge it and cast again. Until you are happy you are doing all you can to catch.
When talking with other anglers I found its the norm to bait up and recast just before the light fails, or just leave it out.
And if getting a run or a few bleeps, having to decide if you reel in and take the chance that you cast to the right spot, or leave it and hope you are still in your baited area.
But with shooting star you can recast, and know you are in the right spot.
Please click on photo button, to see what shooting star looks like.
And to see it in action.