When it comes to fishing Method-style feeders it is usually a big advantage to have your hookbait right in amongst your loose feed, and to be able to ensure that it stays there.
Now that is made easy with the invention of the Guru Method Feeder Clip, and a lot of time and thought has gone into getting this product just right, with some fantastic results for the anglers who have been testing it prior to its release.
The Method Feeder Clip simply clips onto the hookbait plate of any of the Method feeders in the Guru range, (Guru Method Feeder In-Line System product code 11812, Guru Method Feeder X-Safe System product code 12177) with different sizes designed to match the feeders - the small will fit the 24g and 36g feeders and the large will fit the 28g and 45g feeders. Pack of 3.
As well as keeping your hookbait right in amongst your loose feed, it also allows you to effectively fish very short hook links without the associated problems that usually accompany those - difficulty in tying them and increased potential for hook-pulls due to the close proximity of the feeder to the hook during the fight - as once a fish is hooked your hooklink will pull free from the Method Feeder Clip, and you will be back to playing it on your normal length of hooklink.
It will also come in very useful on venues that ban bolt rigs as you can fish it with a running feeder, but still get the self-hooking effect that a bolt rig would give, as the clip grips the line until a fish is hooked.
If you are using it with a pop-up then there is no need for any counter-balance weight, simply place the hooklink in the clip to set the required distance that you want your hookbait to sit above the loosefeed. Or you can use it to make sure that a bottom bait stays right in amongst the groundbait even once fish have disturbed it.
This is going to be a big hit with match and pleasure anglers, but is also likely to find favour with specimen anglers who want to use the Method and fish very short hook links. This is one of those incredibly simple products which can make a big difference to your catch rate!
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