Pellet wagglers

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danny_glover09

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Hi all. I am wondering what everybody uses for there pellet wagglers. Looking to buy quite a few soon and am wondering what everybody else uses. Cheers[:T]
 

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Theres a chap on here who makes them,user name TNPOLE,loads of sizes and very well made,send him a PM and he will probably send you some[:T](cheap)[:D]
 

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Off the shelf ones my vote goes for the Maver ones, had a couple of the loaded Garbage-lino ones, in the early days, and they lasted around 10-15 casts before the weight parted company with the float body.
 

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Steve Mayo pellet wagglers and adaptors work fine for Me, [:)]
 

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Middy splash/popper wagglers, in 6 and 8 grams. They have a disc on the bottom that makes a bit of a splash and also stops them diving even though they are loaded.
Fox have now done something similar with skirted ones.
I also found that the garbolino ones fall apart quickly.
 

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dragon carp/avanti ones there loaded with removable weights and some free float adaptors,3 for a fiver
 

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John Bonny handmade jobbies. the bailiff at clattercote. top quality gear. got loads of pellet and bagging wagglers from him
 

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I've used the Garbolino ones before but the paint had cracked and started to peel after a few hours. I might get away with re-varnishing them but to be honest the best ones are the polystyrene ones because they cant take on water and are actually stronger than you may think. Also used the middy splash wagglers and they have lasted a while without damage.
 

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The new fox ones, nothing short of brilliant!http://www.foxint.com/catalogues-products.php?lang=e&product=2273&catalogue=2&section=27
 

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Originally posted by Rob edwards

The new fox ones, nothing short of brilliant!http://www.foxint.com/catalogues-products.php?lang=e&product=2273&catalogue=2&section=27


inclined?
 

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Another vote for Moddy pellet poppers.

I've had many occasion where I have been catching well with them then switched to a 'normal' pellet waggler and not been able to get a bite, switch back to middy and bites start again.

Of course you could try making your own which is something I am starting to look into now to make it cheaper
 

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Originally posted by chrisritch

Originally posted by Rob edwards

The new fox ones, nothing short of brilliant!http://www.foxint.com/catalogues-products.php?lang=e&product=2273&catalogue=2&section=27


inclined?

You get 2 different sized air brakes with the floats, you fill the air brakes with pellets/ dryish groundbait and it will all pour out on contact with the water, basically a bagging waggler on alot smaller scale [:D]
 

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Originally posted by Rob edwards

Originally posted by chrisritch

Originally posted by Rob edwards

The new fox ones, nothing short of brilliant!http://www.foxint.com/catalogues-products.php?lang=e&product=2273&catalogue=2ion=27


inclined?

You get 2 different sized air brakes with the floats, you fill the air brakes with pellets/ dryish groundbait and it will all pour out on contact with the water, basically a bagging waggler on alot smaller scale [:D]


the question is would venues that have ban the bagging waggler let you use one[?]
 

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Originally posted by Rob edwards

Originally posted by chrisritch

Originally posted by Rob edwards

The new fox ones, nothing short of brilliant!http://www.foxint.com/catalogues-products.php?lang=e&product=2273&catalogue=2&section=27


inclined?

You get 2 different sized air brakes with the floats, you fill the air brakes with pellets/ dryish groundbait and it will all pour out on contact with the water, basically a bagging waggler on alot smaller scale [:D]

I mean you must be inclined to say the fox ones judging by your writing under your name
 
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