pellet waggler is a small, dumpy, float used for fishing mostly
commercial venues. It is most suited for pellet and any small particle
baits, it can also be used for larger baits such as cut cubes of meat
Its main use is to
present a bait near the surface of the water, usually in the top 60 cm.
When fishing deeper than 60 cm it is better to fish with a normal
The pellet waggler is
mainly used in fishing for carp during warmer months. It is a float
fishing technique that relies on the use of loose feeding hard pellets
(12m) every minute to bring the fish in to the area of the suspended
pellet bait (6-8m). It was originally designed to be used with hard
particle baits such as trout pellets rather than the softer boilie type
baits which are fished using a hair rig.
The best size pellet
bait on the hook for this style of fishing is a sinking pellet of
between 4mm and 8mm, and loose feeding (10-12m) depending upon the
distance that they needed. Using a hair rig hook attachment for
Little and often into
the same area is recommended and casting or retrieving the float into
the baited area, will produce a bite.
When fishing particle
baits such as meat or boilies, unlike the pellet hair rig where the
bait is attached to the hook by a hair tied on to the hook, this rig
uses a small rubber band attached to the hair, which is used to secure
Our pellet wagglers
have a loaded lead base, easy for casting and shotting.
Two shotting method
can be used
1. A fixed stopper
2. A sliding rig