Method supremo and reining Sony World Carp Champion, Tim Hodges, had been on at Korda for ages to design a method feeder not only because he felt what was on the market already could be improved but also because none of the other companies who make them could keep up with demand! So, after much persuasion Korda arranged a meeting between them, Tim and his fishing partner Jason Cann. Six heads are indeed better than one and after a couple of hours of heated debate they ended up with a couple of plastic fins stuck in a bit of plastercine with a tube running through the middle! This would set the world alight, not! Tims major criticism of all other carp feeders is that your hook bait could potentially end up underneath the feeder when it hits the bottom. Then when you start getting pulls on the rod tip and receive no runs you start to think is the bait trapped underneath. Obviously, if that stopped you catching, the method would not be as devastating as it is. The fish will roll the feeder around in an attempt to get all the food off of it and the hook bait will eventually be exposed even if it is trapped underneath to begin with. But what about making a feeder where you knew 100 per cent that your bait was available from the start. Sounds impossible but it is not really that hard. All Korda had to do is weight it on one side by making one of the 3 fins partially lead. Being lead manufacturers this was not going to be as much of a problem as it would for their competitors. Korda took their design back to the most important part of the manufacturing team, their mould makers. Fortunately for them Simon is a gifted engineer who has always been able to turn some kind of abomination into a work of art. This time he excelled himself once more and the Korda Bait Up method feeder was born. The features show why it is the best method feeder ever made. NEW SIZES Method fishing has become even more popular since Korda designed the original feeders, many commercial waters have been literally emptied by people employing the tactic. It has also become a massive hit with specialist anglers using them with great success for Barbel, Chub, Bream, Tench and even big roach. Kordas Bait Up method feeders are without doubt the most effective on the market, the only problem being that they are a bit too big to be casting with specialist rods. After constant persuasion from Ali as well as emails from Customers, Kordas product development man Damian Clarke got on the case and came up with a miniature version for match and specialist anglers.
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