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Chuffy
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   Old Thread  #260 9 Sept 2012 at 9.32pm    Login    Register
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Thanks guys
Smurf
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   Old Thread  #259 9 Sept 2012 at 9.11pm    Login    Register
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Amino
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   Old Thread  #258 9 Sept 2012 at 8.07pm    Login    Register
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They wil be fine just dnt boil the backend out them.
Chuffy
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Chuffy
   Old Thread  #257 9 Sept 2012 at 6.39pm    Login    Register
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Will they still be soft enough to get a needle through though, I'm not having to deal with Crays etc?
heto
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heto
   Old Thread  #256 9 Sept 2012 at 5.56pm    Login    Register
Any thoughts on the free amino acids available in the mix?
Amino
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   Old Thread  #255 9 Sept 2012 at 5.21pm    Login    Register
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Whey gel for me everytime where hard hookers needed, drives out moisture and gives a harder finished bait throughout than standard wpc80.
Chuffy
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   Old Thread  #254 8 Sept 2012 at 7.27pm    Login    Register
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Before i do though, what are the pros and cons of each of Albumin, WPC and Whey Gel?
Chuffy
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   Old Thread  #253 8 Sept 2012 at 5.05pm    Login    Register
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Ok, thanks guys, back to the rolling board!!

SamBarley
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   Old Thread  #252 8 Sept 2012 at 3.46pm    Login    Register
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Or blood powder for the cheaper option (just as effective for that purpose)
Smurf
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   Old Thread  #251 8 Sept 2012 at 3.11pm    Login    Register
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Between 5 and 10% egg albumin and/or WPC should be fine. Otherwise as he says....hookbaits only
paulsv
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paulsv
   Old Thread  #250 8 Sept 2012 at 2.53pm    Login    Register
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You can make hardened hookbaits by adding 10% Egg albumin.
Do this only on the hookbaits.
Soft baits are more attractive in my mind the rock solid ones.
Chuffy
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   Old Thread  #249 8 Sept 2012 at 2.01pm    Login    Register
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Just done a session with the BM1 that was slower than the previous one shall we say and one thing I have noticed is that they go too soft for my liking as hookbaits and invariably I was winding in an empty rig in the morning. Currently I am boiling for 90 seconds then drying for 24. I now realise the situation may have been made worse because I had then put them in an airdry bag when I got to he lake. From what I have read on here it appears that the drier the bait the quicker it takes on water and goes soft quicker?? Thoughts??

Also from my searching on here it looks like you can add Egg Albumin or Whey Protein Concentrate to toughen them up a bit.

What would you recommend for inclusion rates in the BM1 mix to get the desired effect? Also, would it be best to make up separate batches of hookbaits for the purpose or make the whole mix tougher, if you see what I mean?
stubiedooo
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stubiedooo
   Old Thread  #248 2 Sept 2012 at 11.24am    Login    Register
Dose anybody know if there is a difference between vitamealo milk powderand topaz calf milk replacement.
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   Old Thread  #247 1 Sept 2012 at 9.54pm    Login    Register
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yes and yes
stubiedooo
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stubiedooo
   Old Thread  #246 1 Sept 2012 at 8.59pm    Login    Register
I know this is not the best mix ever but as a first mix will this roll and catch fish.
30% Standard Fishmeal
20% C.L.O
33% Semo
10% Soya flour
7% vitamealo milk powder
Cod liver oil 20mm
Molassesa 30mm
Squid & octopus flavour
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