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Im­pact Bomb cre­ates a col­umn of free­bies

Angling Times (UK) - - NEWS -

I KNOW that feed­ing tiny bits of feed on the pole works in win­ter, but what’s the best way of do­ing the same when I’m fish­ing the bomb?

Phil Mid­dle­ton, Ruis­lip

THERE are var­i­ous ways to in­tro­duce tiny amounts of feed when leg­ering. The sim­plest is just to use a feeder, but don’t fill it right up. A bet­ter op­tion, though, is the re­cently-re­leased prod­uct called a Guru Im­pact Bomb – ba­si­cally a nor­mal leger weight, but with a hol­lowed-out area on both sur­faces into which damp­ened pel­lets can be squeezed. This not only pro­vides a Method-type pre­sen­ta­tion of your bait – per­fect for carp – but also of­fers a very dif­fer­ent way of feed­ing, in that some of the pel­lets will be re­leased on im­pact with the wa­ter and then slowly cre­ate a col­umn of food from sur­face to lakebed. It’s ideal for cold-wa­ter con­di­tions when the fish are at all lev­els, some­thing that of­ten hap­pens at this time of year.

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