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Last Post 28 Oct 2016 09:22 PM by FishoAl. 4 Replies.
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29 Sep 2016 05:44 PM
I'm going to try the method feeder next weekend any tips would be appreciated as it will be my first time
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01 Oct 2016 03:14 PM
I would say clip up , cast to the same spot to build up the swim and remember to unclip once ur in the rest and reclip before recasting , I know this sounds like common sense ,but it's amazing how many sensible anglers seem to loss it and start casting all over the place ,, , and if your fishing a carp rather than match style I'd cast out every 20 min for the first 1hr slowing the amount of time you do this over the session oh and if there bream in the water. Look forward to a smelly net :)
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01 Oct 2016 10:25 PM
Nice one thanks mate silly q but by clip up do you mean line on the plastic bit on reel
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02 Oct 2016 07:34 AM
It does , it insures when u cast it stops at the same spot every time , but as I said don't forget to unclip before u put the rod down otherwise ur likley to loss ur rod in the drink if u get a take
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28 Oct 2016 09:22 PM
If you are going to unclip Mark the line with a marker pen then you can re clip at the right distance.
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