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Preston Tyson Pellet Waggler

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  • Preston_Mark
    started a topic Preston Tyson Pellet Waggler

    Preston Tyson Pellet Waggler

    Has anyone used the Tyson Pellet waggler?

    What do people think if they have?

    Regards

    Preston_Mark

  • Preston_Mark
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    Thanks Paul

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  • paul k
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    Hi mark
    still haven't used it yet
    you'd be able to use any of the tips on a 30g feeder
    all my commy feeder reels are loaded with 6lb line mate- should be ideal. I'll be using it in a couple of weeks- I'll keep you posted

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  • Preston_Mark
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    Hi Guys

    On the back of this post

    I still haven't used the pellet waggler yet

    I am now looking at the 9ft feeder (this post is particularly aimed at paulk have you used the 9ft feeder yet and what tip can you use the 30gm feeder on, please? and also what's the maximum line rating as I have just purchased the inertia reel and paired it with 6lb line

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  • Preston_Mark
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    Thanks Mart

    Just bought the pellet wag

    Will give a review of it after I have used it for the first time

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  • MT NET
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    Max 30grms,looks decent bit of kit

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  • Preston_Mark
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    Originally posted by paul k View Post
    Hi mark
    i haven't used the pellet wag,but I've got the Tyson 12' feeder and 9' feeder and they are very good- especially for the money. They look and feel like a much more expensive rod. The pellet wag one would be a good buy for around £50. My advice- get in there my son!
    Have ordered the Pellet wag and should be here next week

    What's the heaviest weight you can cast with the 9' feeder Paul

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  • Preston_Mark
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    Thanks Paul

    I’m also considering the 9ft feeder as the 11ft I haveis a bit big for the venue we go to in Hull annually

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  • paul k
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    Hi mark
    i haven't used the pellet wag,but I've got the Tyson 12' feeder and 9' feeder and they are very good- especially for the money. They look and feel like a much more expensive rod. The pellet wag one would be a good buy for around £50. My advice- get in there my son!

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  • Preston_Mark
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    BTTT
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    I am looking to purchase one with the discount code from Angling Direct

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