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Open ended cage feeders

There are many different ways to set up a feeder and every angler will have his own favourite methods and rigs. The feeder rigs shown below are a few of my favourites and are a good starting point if you are new to feeder fishing. The set up will depend what type of feeder you are using and also the type of venue and the species you are attempting to catch. These set ups can only ever be a general guide as it will often be neccessary to adjust the rig during a fishing session. It is quite common to change the hooklength on several occassions during the day in response to the way the fish are feeding.
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1.How should I set up my feeder?

- Open end and cage feeders


The feeder is attached to the reel line with a clip swivel and a small loop is then formed off of the the reel line between 4" and 8" from the feeder. The hooklength is simply tied to this loop with a half blood knot or a loop to loop method and you are ready to fish. This rig is suitable for still and slow flowing waters.





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