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Moultrie 6-Gallon FeedCaster Fish Feeder


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Get food where it needs to go--in the water--rather than on the dock with the Moultrie® 6-Gallon FeedCaster® Fish Feeder. The FeedCaster Fish Feeder’s handy directional shroud directs fish food where you want it dispensed, while the programmable digital time lets you set up to six different feed times per day. Operates on one 6V battery (not included).

  • A straight 20' casting distance
  • Programmable digital timer, set to feed up to six different times a day
  • Customize feed dispense times between 1-20 seconds
  • 6-gallon metal bucket features Weather Dock design
  • Easily hang on plant hook, nail or small chain
  • Operates on one 6V battery (not included)
Moultrie 6-Gallon FeedCaster Fish Feeder 3.2 5 5 5
Needs a modification to be 5 stars Moultrie has done a fine job with one exception. The straight sides combined with flat bottom of this feeder will cause small pelletized feeds to remain stacked or piled against the sides, thereby not falling into the delivery chamber. It appears at present that I must keep it at least 1/3 filled in order to keep feed coming out of it. A sloped bottom would solve this issue. I will make something to accomodate this problem as I went on vacation and found that the fish I was feeding (my wife's Koi) did not get fed the complete supply. I will contact them directly with what I've placed here and hopefully, when you get one, it will have an insert to slope the bottom. All in all... I like it. cw May 21, 2008
Worst purchase and service Bought four of these for our fish tanks. Worked for about 4 months and one stopped working. Called Moultrie and they said we needed to use Duracell battery. That didn't work. Gave us the address to send it in for repairs. They sent us a new one. One month later they all - including the replacement - don't work. We sent 2 of them in and they sent us replacements for a different feeder. When we called about that they said they would make it right and send us a shipping label. Three calls later we still do not have that! It has been a waste of time and a waste of every penny they charged. July 30, 2014
for the price, hard to beat as noted by several others, the flat bottom is a negative, really needs a slope or funnel shaped inside, so all of the feed can be used. No big deal if you can check on it once a week. Nit pick'n - the bucket handle could have a single line in the center to balance if hung on a planter hook. April 11, 2011
Fish Feeder This product works okay. Especially if you have a limb or pole that is actually in or over the water. It cast feed about 5 to 6 foot max. You get what you pay for in this situation. This is one of the least inexpensive feeders. There cheaper elsewhere, I had a gift card to BPS. May 16, 2011
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It is impossible to predict exactly how long your batteries will last in a feeder or when to change them out. Battery life is dependent upon many things, including:
1) Quality, brand, and age of batteries. More expensive batteries last longer, especially in cold weather. Make sure you use Duracell, Energizer or a rechargeable battery.
2) Weather conditions, mainly temperature. Battery life is significantly less in cold temperatures.
3) How many times a day you feed and the run time.

But I have found that usually a good battery can last 4 to 6 months or longer. Using a 6 volt battery preforms better than using the 4 D cell batteries.
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where can you buy cheap food for lake fish for this feeder?
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Try your local feed store. Many times the feed stores will also carry a wide variety of fish food which can attract many fish.
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