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Loading Feeders

The great thing about fishing with a feeder is that you can deposit a bed of bait in a very close spot that anglers fishing with a float or pole cannot reach. This gives you a great advantage while also giving you the excitement of seeing your quiver tip pull round and hooking a fish. Included in the pack are two different types of feeder. A Maggot Feeder, with closed ends, this is normally used to deposit a pile of wriggling maggots next to your hook bait - virtually irresistible to anything that swims; and an open ended feeder - as the name suggests this feeder has open ends, ideal for damp groundbait or pellets, not so good for maggots!

Loading a Maggot Feeder

Step01: Make sure your single or double maggot hook bait is already on

Step02: Open the clip on the lid of the feeder and hold it open

Step03: Fill the feeder until it is packed full of maggots

Step04: Clip the lid back down to close the maggots in and you are ready to cast!


Loading a Groundbait Feeder

Step01: Scoop up a small amount of groundbait

Step02: Plug one end of the feeder with your thumb and forefinger

Step03: Place some pellets inside the feeder

Step04: Plug the other end of the feeder with ground bait.

Step05: The feeder is now ready to deposit a pile of fishy bait

Step06: The last step is to attach your hook bait and cast out!

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How To Hook Maggots

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