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Cambscarper1974
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Cambscarper1974
   Old Thread  #502 11 Apr 2017 at 12.53pm    Login    Register
In reply to Post #501
The mix has all you need, why change for the sake of it? They are only fish, not gourmets in some high class restaurant. The only thing I would add to this mix is a good dollop of hydrolyzed fish liquid in with the eggs. Anything else is superfluous. In fact, I would take some things out rather than add them.
Stoxman
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   Old Thread  #501 10 Apr 2017 at 6.58am    Login    Register
Hi all,

First post. Please be gentle...

Fascinating thread. Thanks to all who have contributed.

How would we change this mix if money was no issue? I know there is already a cheap bait thread and this appears to be a very good value HNV mix (and I note that smurf already clarified that it was a good value HNV, not a cheap HNV mix).

With limitless money, what would we change? Would we up the GLME/ RR/ Pre- dig?

I appreciate that not everyone can afford such changes and some would regard them as "buying your fish". However, for those who can afford to create the ultimate bait, how would we change it? Also, I know that the ultimate bait can be out fished off the next swim by a pack of shelf life tuttis....
tekkno
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tekkno
   Old Thread  #500 13 Jan 2017 at 3.37pm    Login    Register
Hello,
I need some help about these boilie mix.

100g megablend
100g soya
100g protein concentrate
100g tiger nut flour
100g cornflour
100g hemp/millet seeds
150g wheat biting
150g rye flour
50g lamlac
30g birdfood (minced)
20g peanut flour

Is this a good balance of foods?
Thanks a lot!
Regards,
Mario
scaley&dark
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   Old Thread  #499 12 Aug 2016 at 11.04am    Login    Register
In reply to Post #498
That is what the search option is for mate.
Type into KEYWORDS, dip glug and tick the FORUM topic, bait, search.
plenty of posts on your subject of interest.

Onlya30
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Onlya30
   Old Thread  #498 9 Aug 2016 at 6.44pm    Login    Register
In reply to Post #77
Changing the subject slightly, but does anyone know how I could make my own dip/glug for home-made boilies?
Fishynuggets
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Fishynuggets
   Old Thread  #497 15 Jun 2016 at 1.57pm    Login    Register
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Would that be a yes ??? Or what about a low oil peanut meal ??? It's only 40g that needs replacing in the mix
scaley&dark
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   Old Thread  #496 15 Jun 2016 at 1.26pm    Login    Register
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Fishynuggets
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Fishynuggets
   Old Thread  #495 15 Jun 2016 at 7.25am    Login    Register
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Post 458 mate was what I was referring to .
Fishynuggets
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Fishynuggets
   Old Thread  #494 14 Jun 2016 at 9.05pm    Login    Register
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I was referring to the mix that smurf has tweaked the hydrolyzed poultry meal is no longer available was wondering if you could use either of the to instead
scaley&dark
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   Old Thread  #493 14 Jun 2016 at 8.32pm    Login    Register
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BM1 - Why change it ? it works, and you know it works

Personally I think Pea protein is the latest bait fad, snapping at the heels of the other carp Tax buzzwords containing ...Krill, Tuna, and anything that is Nut based

Fishynuggets
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Fishynuggets
   Old Thread  #492 14 Jun 2016 at 6.02pm    Login    Register
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Hi all new to the forum . I have been using the original bm1 for a couple of years now very good bait put fishes all the bait my mates use . I've been looking at the below recipe and would it be possible to use hydrolyzed feather meal or yellow pea isolate powder as both have a good amino acid profile and protein content just a thought
Boycie
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Boycie
   Old Thread  #491 13 Apr 2016 at 6.52am    Login    Register
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See post #488 & reply at #499 (directly below your post) for your first answer
Callimk3
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   Old Thread  #490 13 Apr 2016 at 3.14am    Login    Register
Hey.

I joined up just for this thread.

I'm going to be making baits for the first time and have some questions of you don't mind answering them for me please fella's ?

I can't find anywhere that sells hydrolysed poultry meal in the uk. Would it be ok just to use a a fish mean in its place like salmon or krill for example or can someone point me in its direction.

And when it's says the liquid element 10 eggs use 50ml of CSL and 5ml of your chosen attractors

Is that ten eggs per Kg ? Then 55ml per kg of base mix of liquids ??



Cheers

Callam
Smurf
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Smurf
   Old Thread  #489 5 Apr 2016 at 11.20am    Login    Register
In reply to Post #488
more fish meal maybe?
carp=addict
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carp=addict
   Old Thread  #488 5 Apr 2016 at 11.16am    Login    Register
In reply to Post #458
Could the Hydrolysied Poultry Protein be replaced with anything else!
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