Preston ICS In-Line Dura Flat Method Feeder
Strong and durable frame structure
Compatible with existing Quick Release Method Moulds
Splayed frame design
Weight forward loading improves both casting and accuracy
Perfect for groundbait and pellets
Supplied with spare stem & quick change bead
Durable tail rubber
Base grips for increased stability
Several size options to cover wide range of distances
The In-Line Dura Flat Method is the perfect feeder option for carp, skimmers and F1's on a wide variety of commercial and natural venues. Available in two different sizes Small and Large, covering a wide range of your feeder needs.
As part of the ’Interchange System’ the Dura Flat Method Feeder allows the angler to alternate feeder sizes and weights without disassembling the entire rig. Two different stems are supplied as standard, use the standard one for short to medium casts and longer version when casting further as the increased tail length will stabilise the feeder in flight. The stem then remains on the line allowing the feeder to be changed quickly and easily via the centrally located groove.
Preston ace Des Shipp loves the Dura Method Feeders:
"The method feeder is one of the deadliest tactics on commercial fisheries, it has won me countless matches and will always have a place in my arsenal. Now, Preston have taken them to a whole new level with the Dura Method Feeders. They have evolved the simple method feeder and improved the feeders shape, durability and overall efficiency thanks to the clever ICS system".
The Dura Flat Method Feeders have been redesigned with a new rib configuration, leaving the perfect sized area to place your hookbait.
Simply place a small amount of groundbait or pellets in the relevant Quick Release Method Mould, place the hookbait in the middle and then fill to the top. Compress the feeder in to the bait, push the release button and you have the perfectly set trap.
The Dura Method and ‘Interchange System’ also protect your rods when packed away, simply remove your feeder and wind in any slack line until the tail rubber rests against the tip ring of your rod. No more inline feeders damaging your rod blank in transit.