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  • in-line feedering

    been told i need to do this on sat at hayfields not up to speed any info on rigs set up etc would be jolly spiffing
    the carrot bites back:D
    ooh you are awful!!

  • #2
    I assume you mean an inline method feeder, for which the set up is simple feed the method feeder on line tie on a small swivel and then attach the hook length. remember to keep the hook length short it could anything from 2 to 6inches, groundbait wants to be quick breakdown not like the early method mixes that was still on the frame hours later, i like a equal mix of ringers bagup and ringers bagup dark or 50%brown crumb and fishmeal will work quite well. for the feeders the korum or fox ones are ok

    www.polefloatsbyjasonelwell.co.uk

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    • #3
      method feeder is banned so is there such a thing as a blockend in line feeder
      the carrot bites back:D
      ooh you are awful!!

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      • #4
        not seen them available commercially, but it was not unknown to glue a bit of biro tubing to the inside of an open ended feeder which would produce similar set up to the inline method feeders.

        www.polefloatsbyjasonelwell.co.uk

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        • #5
          i ll keep digging
          the carrot bites back:D
          ooh you are awful!!

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          • #6
            What lake are you on saturday.

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            • #7
              waggman

              island pegs 43 to 67 10am till 3pm any info would be great cheers
              the carrot bites back:D
              ooh you are awful!!

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              • #8
                hayfield

                Use pellet waggler better results or paste down the margins.
                [url]www.salvesen-angling-club.co.uk[/url]

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                • #9
                  Have a look at the Shotgun Feeders. Dont know if they have hit the shops yet, but you can see a demo on Middys website.

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                  • #10
                    What you want is a small cage feeder and araldite a small 1.5" tube (like stiff rig tube) inside the feeder against the weight - then you can put your line through that... just put a stop bead below the feeder and 3-6" hooklength.
                    Simon Young
                    Admin
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                    web design Doncaster - Limitless Digital

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                    • #11
                      havent really fished pellet waggler yet need practice on that and paste fishing one of the lads did paste on it last year and got 10oz and he knows how to fish it . got the in line feeders sorted ta .rain might have put it back to spring like conditions still beats being on a river match !
                      the carrot bites back:D
                      ooh you are awful!!

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                      • #12
                        hi compleat tangler if you can get a cope of angling advanced it show you how to make them if you get the march it show you on page85 I hope that help you from garyfishman hopes thats ok

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                        • #13
                          kobras new pellet feeders inline/and hydro
                          are the dogs danglies for fishing pellets /grounbait /meat
                          I fish the inlines with a short 4 inch hook link tied to a number 7 swivel
                          loaded with meat and pepperoni hair rigged

                          torchwood

                          TORCHWOOD TACKLE.COM

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