How to feed chopped worm&casters in 6ft water

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  • #53588

    TF_liquid27
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    Hi what is the best way of feeding chopped worm&casters on commercials to keep fish on the bottom in water around 6ft deep?

  • #163175

    TF_Lewis101
    Member

    At this time of year you’ll have no problem keeping the fish near the bottom with just a small pot on the end of your pole and feeding each time you ship out.

    In summer, or if lots of small fish around, feed big pots of bait at irregular intervals, or possibly inside groundbait (if bream are around groundbait could be a benefit but often carp tend to get used to the small particles and ignore your hookbait).

    Hope this helps mate

  • #163181

    TF_maker
    Member

    Is this for monks bulkington?

  • #163182

    TF_liquid27
    Member

    Yes maker 🙂

  • #163183

    TF_maker
    Member

    Can’t tell you then as you are a rival on gaz’s Sunday matches 😮

  • #163187

    TF_liquid27
    Member

    @maker wrote:

    Can’t tell you then as you are a rival on gaz’s Sunday matches 😮

    I shouldn’t telling u truth then:-) C u on next match:-)

  • #163194

    TF_craigm
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    If you are wanting to concentrate the feed into a definite area try a bait dropper. I use a Fox one with different length arms so you can decide how far from the bottom it releases the bait, this then gives you a different sized spread on the bottom.

  • #163197

    TF_baitchef
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    If you really wanted to have quite a neat mix that is quite concentrated in a small area, then i would look at using a combination of soils and very fine groundbait as a binder.

  • #163203

    TF_maker
    Member

    As baitchef says, soil and a good fine groundbait as a carrier for your worm and caster, been using the the sensas magic sweet fishmeal, does the job.

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