Will Raison Fishing eMag 94 & video episode 94 -'Long Range Rocket Feeder & Minimally Fed Pole Line'
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eMag 94 In Session Feature:
In this article and video episode Will Raison reveals the long range rocket feeder approach he has turned to to help him lead this winter's KC Angling Silvers League at Bury Hill Fisheries. Combined with a minimally fed long pole line he has used both tactics to bag enough of the venues bream to keep him winning. In clouds how he use double hair-rigged worm on the feeder, the tackle he relies on for very long range feeder fishing as well as how feeding hardly anything on the pole line can hold and attract quality winter bream.
Matters Arising: feature follow up from the F1 open water feature. Why he didn't use a fluorocarbon leader, how to be accurate when feeding open water with no float to aim at, how long to leave a pole line before going on it.
In The Tackle Room : Part 8 - Bushes, bungs and connectors that Will uses on his various top kits and why. Article and video.
Match Tactics: why the new Daiwa Hydrolastic Lubricant is a must have if you use hollow elastics.
Will's World - Will's back on the winning trail.
Commercial Prospects - Timely tips from Will.
Will gives comprehensive answers to questions on: choosing paternosters or running feeders; dealing with pike trouble and how he has avoided it when others have not; when to dot a float and when not; why bloodworm & joker are so good; when to feed pole swims side by side or long & short; stick float sizing when trotting rivers; insert or thick tip float choice; waggler or pole for spooky clear water skimmers; far bank caster lines feeding; deciding between micros / expanders or maggots, casters chopped worms for bream / skimmers; Hybrid, flatbed or cage feeder?