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TCarper
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   Old Thread  #1617 24 May 2023 at 12.55pm  9  Login    Register
As previously mentioned. I will not be about at all online for quite a while now. I spoke a little bit a while ago... About us maybe making cured hookbaits, in our formats, in some of the biggest named boilies on the market in the future. These would also get sold through the best fishing tackle shops in the UK & Europe. The first and only person I have spoken to personally about this so far, is the owner of DNA Baits. We will still be making all of our current hook baits, we will actually be adding lots more to our own range too. But we will also be adding a select few of the current best selling boilies on the market to that range as well ultimately.

One of those hook baits, is going to be the Bug.
TCarper
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   Old Thread  #1616 24 May 2023 at 12.54pm  3  Login    Register
Ricci, S2/GPB2 combined, fished over Krill.





TCarper
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   Old Thread  #1615 23 May 2023 at 2.20pm  1  Login    Register
In reply to Post #1612
One other thing I did forget yesterday.

We have always used the same eggs, from the same source. These are big eggs specifically chosen, because they have a very pale yellow, and tiny yolk. Loads more fresh egg white, per egg. The pale yolk, does not affect the colors of the crushed cork hook baits. Because of the recent egg crisis. We have had to take whatever fresh eggs we can often get. Some of these, have had a very dark yellow yolk. This had a very slight effect on our pink and white S2. If you have noticed very recently a tiny color change darker, that's why. The egg crisis is pretty much over now, and we have loads of the same eggs that we have used for a decade again. There is zero difference though, just aesthetic. But if it's not mentioned, people might think something has changed. It was only that.
TCarper
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   Old Thread  #1614 22 May 2023 at 7.59pm  4  Login    Register
In reply to Post #1613
Richie definitely has a very good camera. And catches some amazing looking carp. He fished this lake to catch this linear. He caught it three times on an S2. Just lovely stuff. Thatís a beautiful carp.

scozza
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   Old Thread  #1613 22 May 2023 at 6.03pm  1  Login    Register
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Two lovely photos again, crystal clear. I need to get myself a new camera
TCarper
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   Old Thread  #1612 22 May 2023 at 2.03pm  3  Login    Register
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I have a feeling I will have to disappear from online for a while again very soon indeed. It maybe for quite a while too in reality this time. If anybody needs to contact us regarding an outstanding order, always mobile number on website. WhatsApp or text message only, it's on silent and never gets answered for calls. We have a two week waiting time on all orders.

A couple of 'things' that you should probably know.

Our GPB2 cc pop ups, are far more buoyant than any other hook bait which we make. They have so much pre digested fishmeal in them, which is incredibly light when dried. Consequently they weigh far less than anything else which we make, but contain the same amount of cork. Followed by the GPB1. The S2/S3 are the heaviest basemix by far. A 13mm GPB2 cc, will hold up a bigger hook, than a 13mm S2 cc will because of this.

The S3 we sell, were a very well guarded secret for many years before our GPB1 went on sale. I always noticed quite a few anglers, who only purchased S3's, but would report fish as being caught on an S2... Because everyone uses S2's.... They may look, and smell incredibly different.... But in essence, it's exactly the same natural sugars created by our curing process that actually make them both work. The S3 gets no publicity. Some clearly prefer it that way.

I am constantly being asked daily, by some of our most long standing and loyal customers, for the new products that they know are clearly now coming in the future. I cannot. No one at all has them. No one. No one has even seen them. I am not stupid. No one whatsoever can see anything, until it actually hits the market. I have only mentioned things that are already out there so to speak. Please do not take offense at any of that.

It's all going to come.
TCarper
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   Old Thread  #1611 22 May 2023 at 10.59am  6  Login    Register
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   Old Thread  #1610 21 May 2023 at 7.14pm  6  Login    Register
Wade, pearly scale from the Riverton syndicate. Well done Wade thatís a lovely one.

38lb GPB1

TCarper
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   Old Thread  #1609 21 May 2023 at 8.35am  6  Login    Register
Phil caught this one from Junction12 the same morning as Josh below. They are great mates. It weighed 43lb8oz. They caught the two best fish in the lake the same morning. I doubt they will ever forget that morning.

Iíve seen loads on this forum members asking for lake exclusives etc for socials. Look at those two fish. The lakes got beautiful carp in. Itís run by Reading & District Angling Association (RDAA).



TCarper
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   Old Thread  #1608 20 May 2023 at 9.16pm  5  Login    Register
Josh, 12hr session on a social at Junction12 in Reading. New born baby two months ago. No time. What a lovely carp. Well done Josh.

White S2 over honey water pre soaked Manila boilies.





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   Old Thread  #1607 20 May 2023 at 7.03pm  5  Login    Register
Iím pretty certain Paul is a forum member too. 55lb8oz pb from chateau moulin in France. Taken him 13 years to beat his French PB. Well done Paul.

22mm bottom bait with a 16mm GPB2 snowman.



TCarper
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   Old Thread  #1606 20 May 2023 at 9.54am  4  Login    Register
Steve, with a fish called 'the forgotten mirror', from Long Lake in Reading. 45lb12oz, new personal best. Fish hardly gets caught, not been out for two years.

White S2

TCarper
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   Old Thread  #1605 20 May 2023 at 6.49am  7  Login    Register
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   Old Thread  #1604 19 May 2023 at 2.49pm  4  Login    Register
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   Old Thread  #1603 18 May 2023 at 5.13pm  1  Login    Register
In reply to Post #1602
magic beans.

Mark, your post below is so, so spot on though isn't it - a 'right' reality check in the real world,
You must see and hear it every day.

Great to see the Real good anglers, working full time, with families having mega results.

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