All you need to know about Feeder Masters All Venues Confirmed

Feeder fishing has never been more popular! So effective for catching all species, the team here are proud to run the country’s premier big money feeder only event. All information, such as venues and dates will always be available here first. As well as this, stars will be revealing their venue profiles and top tips to help you make the final!

The Format!

Feeder Masters is a series of 20 ‘one off’ qualifiers, culminating in a two day big money final. Each qualifier will be limited to 60 anglers, allowing the match to be split into three 20 peg zones. With the winner of each zone qualifying for the final. Win your 20 pegs and your one step closer to big money!

The Venues!

The team here at Feeder Masters wanted to ensure the competition offers something for everyone, but more importantly good fishing! Therefore qualifiers have been chosen spanning the country’s top feeder fishing venues. This will be backed up with great profiles from some of the top names in the sport, giving you the edge come competition day! SEE VENUES »

The Final!

The Two-day Final will be held once all qualifiers have been completed, after the fantastic success and buzz from last years final, Feeder Masters is proud to announce the final will be held at the fantastic Upper Tamar Lakes for 2022.
Final: Upper Tamar Lake on the 24th/25th Sept 2022

The Payout!

Feeder Masters wanted a prize fund that was fair and well spread. Too many competitions heap their money towards the winner, but we understand the effort anglers go to in order to qualify for big events, therefore with Feeder Master more anglers will be rewarded for reaching the final. However the winner must be rightly rewarded, so along with a generous main frame and section prizes, the winner of Feeder Masters 2020 will once again walk away with a guaranteed £12,000! Along with a top 20 overall which takes the payout to in excess of £30,000

The Rules!

By entering Feeder Masters, competitors are agreeing to the following angling rules.

  • Feeder only.
  • Only one rod to be in use at any one time.
  • A rod and reel must be used.
  • Feeders can be fixed, unless forbidden in fishery rules.
  • No minimum hooklength restrictions.
  • Feed can only be introduced via a swim feeder.
  • All forms of swim feeders permitted. (method, banjo, cage, block-end, etc….)
  • No bombs whilst fishing, bombs can be used for plumbing up.
  • Bait limits and hook restrictions to fishery rules.
  • All feeders must clearly sink when empty.
  • No bouyancy aid can prevent the feeder sinking.
  • No PVA
  • No Bloodworm and Joker
How do I enter?

Feeder Masters is taking a bold step in order to give you, the angler, the best chance of fishing all your favourite venues. Tickets are sold in January of each year via the FeederMasters facebook page.

NO TICKET SALES TAKE PLACE ON THIS WEBSITE.
‘INFORMATION ON TICKET SALES DATES AND TIME CAN BE FOUND AT THE TOP OF OUR FACEBOOK PAGE ‘FEEDERMASTERS’
Clicking the link that appears on the Facebook page will take you to where the tickets will be sold on a first come first served basis. Tickets are insanely popular, so don’t delay!

Any angler can buy their tickets for their favourite qualifier on a first come first served basis. Once purchased, that ticket cannot be refunded, but can be sold on to other anglers if no longer required.

Do I need to be a member of the Angling Trust? No, although Feeder Masters supports the Angling Trust, this competition is independent and does not require Angling Trust membership to compete.

Venues

Getting the right venues is so important for the Feeder Masters team.
All 2021 venues are confirmed now!

 

  • 9th April 2022 - Barston Lake
  • 10th April 2022 - Decoy Lakes
  • 16th April 2022 - Larford Lakes
  • 24th April 2022 - Ferry Meadows
  • 1st May 2022 - JCB Lakes
  • 8th May 2022 - Albans Lakes
  • 14th May 2022 - Barston Lake
  • 21st May 2022 - Monk Lakes
  • 29th May 2022 - Ferry Meadows
  • 5th June 2022 - Southfield Reservoir
  • 12th June 2022 - Upper Tamar Lake
  • 26th June 2022 - River Yare
  • 3rd July 2022 - Carr Mill Dam
  • 10th July 2022 - Gloucester Canal
  • 16th July 2022 - Staunton Harold Reservoir
  • 17th July 2022 - Patshull Park
  • 31st July 2022 - Carr Mill Dam
  • 7th Aug 2022 - Upper Tamar Lake
  • 14th Aug 2022 - River Trent (Burton Joyce)
  • 21st Aug 2022 - Southfield Reservoir
  • Final: Upper Tamar Lake on the 24th/25th Sept 2022
Final: Once again the Grand Final returns to the epic Upper Tamar Lake on the 24th/25th Sept 2022