THE Method feeder has been around a long time now, and it’s used by match, pleasure and specimen anglers alike, in one guise or another. Adam Rooney reckons his refinements to this winning approach will help anyone catch more fish, carp in particular.

LOADING THE METHOD FEEDER

For those anglers unfamiliar with how to add feed to the Method Feeder, here’s Adam’s step by step guide…

DSC_59381. Mix is added to the Method feeder mould, to just cover the base.

DSC_59392. Press the Method feeder into the mix in the mould, and squeeze.

DSC_59443. Add the hookbait onto of a little bit more the mix.

DSC_59464. Re-apply the Method feeder and squeeze firmly.

DSC_59495. The Method is removed and ready to be cast out.

 

TOP TIPS FOR METHOD FEEDER FISHING

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It’s important to have a range of hook baits when fishing the Method. Adding some neat Goo to your hook bait before casting this adds extra attraction, colour and taste, to help yield a quicker bite. DSC_5905

Trimming the edges off a round boilie can sometimes bring a bite.

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Pre-tied hooklengths stored in a wallet make sense in the cold days of winter when fingers can turn numb.

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When faced with vast open water swims the fish could be anywhere, so have the right hardware to cover all areas of your swim. Adam uses Daiwa Tournament 12ft feeder rod with a 2oz glass tip, a Caldia 4000x reel loaded with 6 lb Guru Drag line.