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Feeder fishing / feeder links 

Feeder Rig "Method Rig"


This feeder rig is adopted from carp fishing and only the size is adapted for feeder fishing. The two-colored line is hardly visible at gravelly and sandy ground. Due to the loop at the end of the leader it can be combined with nearly every kind of rig.

 

 
 

Feeder fishing / feeder links 

Feeder Rig "Twisted Line"


Easy to rig but extremely clever to handle. The rolled up line prevents the leader and the feeder from tilting over but is also nearly invisible at the ground.

 

 
 

Feeder fishing / feeder links 

Feeder Rig "Freerunner"


The feeder's swivel can run freely up and down the line to give the bait more play until it is sucked in by a suspicious fish. Thus we recommend to use this leader when fish are cautious. The second line directly sends the signal of the bite to the rod's tip before the fish realizes the resistance of the feeder.

 

 
 

Feeder fishing / feeder links 

Feeder Rig "Stopper"


Due to the 2 rigged stoppers, the angler can adjust the resistance of the feeder by his own. If the fish are suspicious, the space between both stoppers should be enlarged.

 

 
 

Feeders / feeder links 

Feeder Rig


Braided professional feeder lead with Power Gum Shock absorber (ca. 15cm - stretches up to 50cm).

 
 

Feeders / feeder links 

Feeder Rig


Classic monofile feeder lead with line maintaining pearl swivel to fix to the feeder.

 
 

Feeders / feeder links 

Feeder Power Gum


Power gum for feeder fishing - ideal for diverse feeder montages as shock absorber. 1.2mm diameter. 5m on a practical dispender spool.

 
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