Loaded pellet wagglers

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nick2b

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Recommend me some please - need some that don't fall apart after about 5 casts!
 

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Ive had no trouble with preston mate had 3 for the past 2 years and no sign of damage. If your after a pellet wagg that can take some hammer have a look at nick gilberts range i know there not pre-loaded but they will take some stick.
 

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middy splash wagglers, they seem to last about the longest, had the garbolinos and they have fell apart quickly also had this with the pole floats?
 

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I use the Maver pellet waggs and the Preston Styro Waggs and use them with the Steve Mayo PW adaptors,

They never tangle and make casting a doddle,

The wagglers cost around 2 each and the adaptors come in a pack of 2 for around 5-6,

They can be used in conjunction with any styrofoam waggler,

I have used the Preston loaded jobbies but I can't seem to get on with them and kept getting in a mess, tangles etc,

But that might just be Me as We sell loads. [:)]
 

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Can recommend Nick Gilberts pellet wagglers (http://www.float-store.co.uk/)

Used them a few times now and not a scratch on them, don't dive deep on the cast spooking fish and shotting description has been accurate on all.

[:T]
 

nick2b

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Thanks for all the help, but I am really only interested in loaded ones (and yes I know people will say that I am wrong).
Does anyone know of any styrofoam loaded ones as they all apear to be balsa.
 

n00b

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i use maver..had a good doo with then and they have not fallen apart
 

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Originally posted by nick2b

Thanks for all the help, but I am really only interested in loaded ones (and yes I know people will say that I am wrong).
Does anyone know of any styrofoam loaded ones as they all apear to be balsa.

Try the middy poppers, 6gram's is usually enough for me but I also have the 8's[:W]
 

rotherhamrob

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get down to boddington or clattercoe res and see the baliff he sells some hand made loaded ones and they are by far the best loaded i have ever used and at 10 for seven wagglers they are cheap too i just wish id boght more when i was down there the other week.
 
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