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Technicalities of Feeder Angling – The Method Feeder
Article One

The Method Feeder works on its best when it’s a free-running in-line Method Feeder setup. If the reel line snaps nothing is hold to the fish and this set-up is fish friendly, it’s not fixed. We will illustrate how to connect the quick-change beat to the feeder and hook.

Technicalities of Feeder Angling – Hybrid vs Method Feeder
Article Two

The design of a Hybrid Feeder means the contents of the Ground Bait are better protected when compare to the Method Feeder. Hybrid feeders are more enclosed than a method feeder with the high raise sides. Method feeders is more open and the ground bait must stick to the prongs. With a Hybrid the vast majority of your payload will get to the bottom still attach to the feeder where as a method feeder is more open and the ground bait must stick to the prongs.

Technicalities of Feeder Angling – Mixing Groundbait
Article Three

Feeder Tech Method Feeder Ground Bait create a highly attractive natural smell through the water, getting fish in a feeding frenzy. Creating Ground Bait is our passion and we always use quality ingredients which are irresistible for fish and it will give you the edge. Follow our simple steps to prepare your Ground Bait.

Technicalities of Feeder Angling – Preparing the Method Feeder
Article Four

The Method Feeder Combined with a Mould and a hair is one of the most effective ways of fishing. The biggest problem is to get your ground bait mix correct that it can stick to the Method Feeder on impact with the water, it must break down when it hits the bottom. If a feeder isn’t properly loaded with bait when its landed on the bottom, you’ve reduced your catch rate in your swim. Follow the method preparation and you can’t go wrong.

Technicalities of Feeder Angling – What Feeder when ?
Article Five

The question: “Which Feeder must I use” comes up very often.

We would like to answer the question by giving simple advice. We look at some of the Preston, Guru and Feeder Tech Feeders to give you an better idea.

Technicalities of Feeder Angling – How to tie a Bayonet Rig
Article Six

Use a 200mm long line and thread an 80mm piece of line thru the eye of the spike and make a loop with the spike hanging in the loop.

Technicalities of Feeder Angling – How to Tie a Figure 8 Knot?
Article Seven

Demonstration on how to tie a Figure of 8 Knot.

Technicalities of Feeder Angling – ICS Feeder Systems
Article Eight

The ICS allows you to alternate feeder sizes without disassembling the entire rig. Compatible with the full range of Preston Inter Changeable System feeders and products. Preston ICS In-Line Cage Feeders Featuring a wide lead which improves stability the Preston ICS Inline Cage Feeders have been revamped and now feature a durable plastic frame which not only helps casting and accuracy, but also guarantees that the weight transfer is in to the base which means your feeder lands the right way up every cast.

Technicalities of Feeder Angling – Corn Tactics
Article Nine

Sweet corn is a fantastic bait all year round. The way fish feed on corn on the bottom they competing for food. If they feel something is not right. If your hooks to big (Heavy) they will spit it out before you know it. To hook corn, nick the hook through the round top of the grain and turn the hook through the skin leaving most of the hook exposed. With this method the corn will always land with the hook stand up.