Swimfeeders: The Definitive Guide
|Swimfeeders attached with a sliding stop on your line, then threaded through the feeder link / swivel then stopped by 2 No.4 shot, with hooklength = 45cm|
We all know that fish find our baits attractive and want to eat them. Additives and flavours enhance our baits even more to stimulate fish into feeding. This is all well and good, but if we then throw this bait in by hand, how do we know where it ends up?
Our bait may have drifted further down river than we expected taking the fish with it. Feeding by hand is always difficult at long range, accuracy and distance is always compromised.
Swimfeeders provide by far the easiest and most effective way of feeding your swim. By casting the feeder to the same spot you can build up a catching area, wherever you choose, that the fish will be drawn to. This is because your swimfeeder provides not only food for them to eat but also an inviting cloud of attractants. The fact that your hookbait is in close proximity to the feeder means the fish will have no difficulty in finding it! Your catch rate will improve as more and more fish are drawn to the swimfeeder.
Imagine fishing a large lake, pond or river, or for that matter a small stream. Merely casting a baited hook into the water will only attract one fish. To catch that one fish, you either have to land the bait on its nose (almost impossible) or wait for him to find it. This may take a while! This may take all day! In modern fishing terms and certainly in competition fishing this is just not good enough! A swimfeeder will draw fish to your chosen area, probably more fish than you can catch. Swimfeeders will attract fish of all species and all sizes. Feeding fish will attract other fish that are naturally inquisitive. By casting your swimfeeder regularly you will be constantly replacing food that has been eaten and keeping the swim alive all day long.
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Find out how to rig the various types of feeder, most of the individual product pages have their own rig diagrams.
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