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Feeders.

Cage, open ended, block ended and method. The list goes on below are some examples and suggested uses.

 

Cage feeder
Use with ground bait, ground bait mixed with particles, small pellet or pack each end with ground bait with particles, small pellet in between. Good for shallower water not for deep water as contents tends to release before reaching the bottom. Available in various sizes.


 

 

 

 

 

 

Block end feeder
Use with maggots, squats and  pinkies good at distance or close. Maggots ext crawl out of holes in feeder to attract fish as freebies. In very cold conditions use small feeder and try making holes larger by cutting out the section between two holes. Maggots slow down when cold so this will help empty the feeder quicker. Available in various sizes.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  

Open end feeder
Use with ground bait, ground bait mixed with particles, small pellet or maggots or pack each end with ground bait with particles, small pellet or maggots in between. Ideal for deeper water and faster flowing water because it will not empty as quick as the cage feeder. Available in various sizes.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Method feeder
Use with ground bait or method mix usually mixed with particle, small pellet or even maggot. Pack a small amount of your chosen mix just to cover wires to create a small ball. Then place your baited hook on the ball and build up your mix and situation. You will notice this feeder has a weighted flat area which encourages the feeder to settle this way up on the lake or river bed. So if your baited hook is place on top, as fish feed away at the ball of bait they come across your baited hook. Available in various styles and sizes.

 

 

 

 

 

  

 

 

There many variations on the above feeders but the basic principles are the same. Try experimenting till you find one that works for you.

 

 

 

 

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