Loose feeding

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rob27

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hi,
I have probably asked a Q like this before but I have forgot the answer so can anybody please enlighten me(again). Why do some anglers loosefeed sweetcorn or chopped worm(for arguments sake) and then put a different bait onto the hook? I thought that you would get more success by putting on what you are loosefeeding and therefore what the fish are competing for? I can't see the point of putting in one bait then putting another on the hook. Vaguely I remember someone saying that certain baits are holding baits (is this the reason?) - if so what baits are holding baits and why do they 'hold' fish?
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Ziptrev

05/10/01 - 18/10/02
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rob,

Do you ever sit down to a plate on a Sunday and see 3 vegetables, a pile of mashed potatoes, gravy and some succulent looking roast meat?
Which do you try 1st?

Trev

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martin.

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hi trev
you forgot the yorkshire puds thats my first chioce LOL

tight lines.
martin.
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