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rob1994rob
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rob1994rob
   Old Thread  #18 28 Oct 2011 at 8.29pm    Login    Register
In reply to Post #17
300g LT94
75g Pre Digest (dont need 100g to get full benefit per kg)
50g Blood powder
40g Krill meal
150g CLO
100g Vitamealo
100g Supergold 60
100g Semolina
50g Full Fat Soya Flour
25g Kelp Powder
10g Enzyme Treated Liver Powder

Anyone think this can be improved?
AnglingDays&Way
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AnglingDays&Way
   Old Thread  #17 28 Oct 2011 at 7.51pm    Login    Register
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How do you mean?
carpmanrob
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carpmanrob
   Old Thread  #16 28 Oct 2011 at 6.47pm    Login    Register
wouldnt think it needs supergold in there-plenty of nutrition and protein from the fish, bang the soya flour up to 150 and get a few % blood meal in there to aid rolling.
mark100
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   Old Thread  #15 28 Oct 2011 at 2.23pm    Login    Register
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Krill, yeast, Liver powder, spices are all worthy inclusions and i'd say the kelp at 2.5% is a token gesture. I would double it at least. A lot of people would say 1.5% betaine is very high, i'm undecided myself i'm not even convinced betaine does a lot.

GLM is also worth considering though i'm still carrying out my own field testing to see if i can work out for myself weather it makes by bait more attractive to fish. The juries still out.

What about taste, i personally think its worth giving it some thought, eg. salty, sweet, savoury etc.
nellieman
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nellieman
   Old Thread  #14 28 Oct 2011 at 1.09pm    Login    Register
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What would you add or take away to make it an outstanding mix then mate? any suggestions?

Change the whole lot if you feel it needs it.
mark100
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   Old Thread  #13 28 Oct 2011 at 12.31pm    Login    Register
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I'd say that bait is a good one and would serve you well but i wouldn't say it's outstanding.


Bungz
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Bungz
   Old Thread  #12 28 Oct 2011 at 10.34am    Login    Register
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Anyone got a decent yellow seed mix I could try?
nellieman
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nellieman
   Old Thread  #11 28 Oct 2011 at 3.28am    Login    Register
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Oh dear, i have got Garlic and Fenugreek powder on my mind now too. at 03.28am too

That is the trouble i always had making recipies, there are so many goodies available to us spoiled lot its hard to decide what we really need in a bait to catch carp.

And Paprika!!

This could be hard work.
nellieman
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nellieman
   Old Thread  #10 28 Oct 2011 at 3.15am    Login    Register
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I forgot about the mighty Robin Red. I think the soya flour, and blood are a good option too. I think this may become a 16oz mix to get all the goodies into it. But for now, what are the thoughts on something like this?

300g LT94
100g Pre Digest
200g CLO
100g Vitamealo
100g Supergold 60
100g Semolina
60g Full Fat Soya Flour
25g Kelp Powder
15g Betaine

I was wondering about the Vitamealo to. Is it very soluble? as we have predigested in there to, just worried the rolled bait would break down to quick? any ideas?
rob1994rob
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rob1994rob
   Old Thread  #9 28 Oct 2011 at 1.01am    Login    Register
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Here's what i have been using without a attractor package, i have had a few good fish the past season on it

Blood 10%
CLO 15%
Soya 10%
Semo 10%
Kelp 5%
Vitamealo 10%
LT-94 30%
Pre-digested fishmeal 5%
Robin Red 5%
Anon
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   Old Thread  #8 27 Oct 2011 at 11.25pm    Login    Register
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Does that come with a health warning Pete

AnglingDays&Way
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AnglingDays&Way
   Old Thread  #7 27 Oct 2011 at 9.12pm    Login    Register
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This one I've put together myself and used quite successfully on the river last year. Its cheap as chips and its good for all year round use. Might need a little whole egg powder if the mix is a bit sticky but apart from that its fine.

2oz Sluis CLO
2oz Nectarblend
2oz Vanilla Meal
2oz Vitamealo
3oz Soya Flour
5oz Semolina

The attractor package(s) I used were (per 6 egg mix) -

3ml DT Baits Juicy Peach or Nutrabaits Peach Nutrafruit
4 drops Nutrabaits Cassia Terpenes Essential Oil
15ml Molasses

or

2ml A Baits Ultraspice
1 drop Nutrabaits Tyme Essential Oil
2 drops Nutrabaits Sage Essential Oil
5ml Rod Hutchinson Spice Sense Appeal
1ml DT Baits LMPSE Sweetener

Neil_no_Fish
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   Old Thread  #6 27 Oct 2011 at 5.30pm    Login    Register
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maybe add 60grams of soya flour to help it roll.

50grams pure blood powder too
Carphunterwill
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Carphunterwill
   Old Thread  #5 27 Oct 2011 at 4.40pm    Login    Register
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Great idea , sorry though, no good with recipes!
nellieman
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nellieman
   Old Thread  #4 27 Oct 2011 at 4.13pm    Login    Register
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Agreed mate. The liquids are for a 500g 5/6 egg mix.




A bit silly of me, but easily sorted.

300g LT94
50g Sardine and Anchovy
50g Pre Digested Fishmeal
200g CLO
100g Supergold 60
100g Vitamealo
100g Semolina
100g Kelp Powder

10ml Squid and Octopus
30ml Salmon Oil

Got any suggestions mate?
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