Fish Camp White Acres Weekend
We've just back from a superb Fish Camp weekend down at White Acres Fishery on the Parkdean c...Read More
Fish Camp Launch Event 2014
The first of a calendar filled with Fish Camp events was a huge success, with over 20 anglers enj...Read More
Fish Camp Anglers Announced
The provisional angler line up for this year's series of Fish Camp events has been announced ...Read More
Feeder Rod Rest Setup
Setting up your rod for feeder fishing is a very simple task. Due to not having a float you will be looking at the orange section on the rod tip to tell you when you've had a bite. To exaggerate this movement in the rod tip you should put your rod at a 45 degree angle to where you are going to be casting. This gives a good angle to show up bites when the fish pulls on your line. There are three important things that you must remember to do when using a feeder rod - get these right and you should get catching!
1. Keep your rod tip low to the water - this stops false indication from the wind.
2. Keep a slight bend in your rod tip - helping to show when you have a bite.
3. Make sure you have a 45 degree angle between your tip and where your feeder will be landing.