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  • dog kennell mad micks

    hi does anyone know if you can use the method feeder on the dog kennel at mad micks cheers match soon

  • #2
    yes mate you can use a small inline method but it has to be free running.better off using a small inline cage feeder or pellet feeder better still do not bother with feeder at all the match will be won on the pole and pellet or worm and caster

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    • #3
      cheers pal

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      • #4
        hi , could you tell me what depths are on dog kennel at woodhouse grange anyone cheers

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        • #5
          if you do all your rigs at 6 ft mate this will cover all the pond no need to fish long unless they are having it shalla

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          • #6
            Fished it for years, never been on a peg over 4 1/2 foot deep and seen numorous matches won on the feeder throwing to small island. Worm and caster will catch you fish but is expensive and it wont win the match, simple pellet and corn will win, either down edge, straight pole full depth or up in air ( obvious features will tell you your approach ) with maybe an odd big lump on popped up bread. Low numbers have a lot of reeds close in, if carp feed there they can win. 16 is a flier on the bridge but tends to be all or nothing. some good pegs in the back ( if you have that part booked ) 17 behind the bridge, 21 fishing to corner reeds and 28. Early 30's can all produce good weights. Small island on front part can cause some debates with who chucks where but all have a chance depending on which side they decide to chew on!! Good luck

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            • #7
              thanks lads for the info do you know how its fishing at the moment cheers

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