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    hi guys does anyone use the pellet cone on a pole if yes whats the results ???

  • #2
    Can't see the point really mate when you can feed accurately with a cup?

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    • #3
      Originally posted by alan9858 View Post
      hi guys does anyone use the pellet cone on a pole if yes whats the results ???
      Probably similar to using a method feeder on the pole.
      I got a new rod for the wife. I'll miss her, but it's a quality rod.

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      • #4
        i asked a simple question which obviously was silly looks like i became a joke i have just started fishing again and wish i hadnt bothered now i wont be using this forum again , i was enjoying it on here but i dont like being made a fool of

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        • #5
          Originally posted by tackle tart View Post
          Probably similar to using a method feeder on the pole.
          Can't see the point really mate when you can feed accurately with a cup?


          WTF

          You asked a perfectly normal question and in my opinion you got 2 perfectly honest answers neither of which were made to make you look a fool,,, you done a good enough job of that yourself mate

          Is it the time of month for you cus with that attitude you wouldn`t last long here anyways.
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          • #6
            na its me i have had the ££££iest day of my life today and made myself look a plonka sorry

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            • #7
              No worries chap, I`ve had a crappa aswell.

              Never tried it on the pole but it is deadly in the colder weather when you have to go beyond pole range on the tip. Suppose it would work but not sure of any advantages over cupping in a few freebies,

              Soz bout the reply
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              • #8
                to be honest alan ive been thinking about that method myself
                why dont you try it and let us know the results
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                • #9
                  i would have thought it would be a good idea to get all your feed to the bottom

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                  • #10
                    will not be trying that out thanks

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                    • #11
                      i will be trying, it mite be better than cups because its directly around bait not spread around with cup

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                      • #12
                        It definately works on the rod and line for sure, but some thing else to consider is that plenty of times in winter you can catch all your fish well away form the feed you've put in, up to a couple of meters away!

                        I would definately start to fish directly over my feed, but if its hard you should be prepared to explore around the peg with your hookbait as they might be hanging off the feed slightly.
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                        • #13
                          alan use a cup like nathan suggested, it is a tried and tested way of introducing feed where you want it to be. As i think a lot of the experienced anglers will tell you, we are making things more and more complicated all the time, and a lot of time it hampers us instead of helping us.
                          tight lines
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                          dave

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by alan9858 View Post
                            i will be trying, it mite be better than cups because its directly around bait not spread around with cup
                            Out of interest, how are you going to put the cone on the line, are you going to use a snap swivel or similar to attach your hooklength and have to take your hooklength off each time?

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                            • #15
                              mate its a perfect method for the bomb stick with a kinder pot for feeding on the pole it will save you loads of time instead of having to keep changin hook lenghts all the time then uve got to fart about shippin it out stick with tried and tested ways mate
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