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  • bomb/ledger fishing advice

    Hi all
    I have a 9' bomb/feeder rod which I haven't really abused yet. Just wondering is fishing the ledger a useful tactic? how is it used (tactics)? What is a typical set up? What baits are effective? how is it fished through the season? (winter/summer etc etc)

  • #2
    Yes, main method for carp in winter on a lot of venues with a bomb and hair rigged meat or corn, no feed. In summer use a pellet or method feeder with pellet or meat on the hair on a short hooklength.

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    • #3
      Cheers Nathan
      How long would you leave the bomb in before re-casting to another area if you had no bites/indications.
      Would this method work with silvers??

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      • #4
        Leave in up to 40 mins in winter. Could work for silvers if windy with maggot and loosefeeding them or a feeder but pole or waggler is normally better.

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        • #5
          Wow got to be patient then!! Hard not to worry if everyone around you is catching. Will give it a try

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          • #6
            That's only if you're fishing for big fish mate!

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            • #7
              Like Nathan says, alot of the time on commercials in winter the mistake people are making is casting too often.
              Simon Young
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              • #8
                id still give the cone a bash mate in the winter not alot of pellets though with hair rigged corn or meat
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