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Maver MV-R Feeder Chair description: a feeder fishing chair.
Specifications: 600D fabric; fully padded mattress; padded head rest; adjustable back rest; arm rests; fully adjustable legs; 30 mm front legs for attaching accessories; can accommodate anglers of up to 20 stone.
My verdict: I still feel that feeder chairs are a relatively new invention.
A cross between a specimen angling chair and a match fishing seatbox, this smart design offers plenty of height and adjustment.
You can add lots of accessories to the front legs, giving you the option of targeting commercial fishery carp or river barbel and chub.
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It comes with a removable seat cover, so you can wash it after use. The arms can be folded away if you want to replace a feeder rod with a pole.
If you’re looking for that extra degree of comfort, this well-padded chair, complete with a full length, fully adjustable back and head support, will tick the boxes.
You just need to add a side-tray and a feeder rest and you’re in business. It folds down flat, too, which makes it easy to carry to and from the bank.
Running from 1964 until 2020, Angler's Mail was the UK's leading weekly magazine devoted to coarse fishing, telling readers everything they needed to know about which fish to catch, where to catch them, and what kit they needed to do it. Now, loads of the magazine's expert advice can be found on Advnture.com, as a helpful resource for angling newcomers and experts alike.