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MiniWelsh
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MiniWelsh
   Old Thread  #1036 25 Oct 2023 at 10.27am  1  Login    Register
In reply to Post #1035
Hopefully I will add to that list over the next few days. Done well on the hookbaits this year, but tomorrow night will be the 1st time with the herb, so fingers crossed. Will send you pics if I'm fortunate enough to catch
keeperboy
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   Old Thread  #1035 25 Oct 2023 at 8.16am  0  Login    Register
In reply to Post #1034
Yep I have never known a boilie turn peoples results around quite like the herb.
I wish I could share all of the images and emails from people who use it but you all get to see plenty of bigguns on our media. God knows how many U.K. 40s I have to post at the moment!
CarpMadGaz
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CarpMadGaz
   Old Thread  #1034 24 Oct 2023 at 11.10pm  0  Login    Register
In reply to Post #937
The herb just seems to pick out big carp looking at your FB and instagram.i can't wait to get fishing with it even know we are going into winter soon hopefully catch a few chunks next few weeks 👍
colors
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colors
   Old Thread  #1033 20 Oct 2023 at 9.51pm  1  Login    Register
In reply to Post #1030
Nutriplex as the main bait in the winter but I'll mix in some herb to keep it going in all year round then when it warms up Herb as the main bait but continue to use nutriplex. Im guessi g herb and tricknut by the looks of things are more popular than the plex but believe me I've seen it take some water apart it's a top top bait
keeperboy
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   Old Thread  #1032 16 Oct 2023 at 7.44pm  0  Login    Register
In reply to Post #1030
Thatís a hard call isnít it
Herb is totally dominant in summer and everyone thinks that nut baits are better in the winter but I donít believe that.
Nuts, oils, fats etc are better in summer
But Tricknut is a mixed bag like all of our baits, and contain birdfoods, milks, yeasts, soy etc to aid there digestible elements.
I think they all work well in cold if you use them in moderation!
Piling lots of protein rich boilies in during January donít really work for me!
keeperboy
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   Old Thread  #1031 16 Oct 2023 at 7.39pm  0  Login    Register
In reply to Post #1028
I have one pop up, made with basemix, that Iíd take anywhere. Itís the Nutriplex matching 12mm pop up.
I then coat it in extra minamino (itís rolled into the pop up mix) and I leave them to soak for a week. Those little 12mm boring looking dull pop ups have caught me many big carp when bright hi viz fails.
But my lads rate the squids (fishmeal)
Or the deep c with real tuna fish inside (Iím doing well on these)

I change from lake to lake once I work out wether bright is best or match the hatch.
I do find it hard not to cast out sting yellow 12mm as they always seem to produce for me from late autumn through to late spring.
ron83
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ron83
   Old Thread  #1030 16 Oct 2023 at 6.43pm  0  Login    Register
In reply to Post #1029
Is everyone planning on staying on her for the winter or switch to the nut?
vossy1
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vossy1
   Old Thread  #1029 16 Oct 2023 at 4.26pm  0  Login    Register
Looking at the nut and herb with great interest. For a very long time I've used a Banoffee and a seafood. For the 1st time I'm thinking if moving from a seafood (DNA S7) to the Herb. Just wish I could get some of the original Sectet Agent as a dip. The nut..hmm..think I may have to take the plunge even though not my pref flavour. I've rolled my own on a old CC Moore nut base, like this one its coarse and can be awkward to roll at home, yes I could have ground some if the ingredients finer I suppose. Wondering if my days of home rolling are over and tbh there are a lot of good baits about now.

Will be keeping a eye on this thread.

Edit, think I got confused with the Nutriplex, not moving from a fishmeal then...I'm blaming the codeine
mark1009
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   Old Thread  #1028 16 Oct 2023 at 2.04pm  1  Login    Register
In reply to Post #1026
If i want a hookbait to use in December which one would you suggest? The water I'm fishing responds best to fishmeal based baits..Tia.
mrjcarter
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mrjcarter
   Old Thread  #1027 16 Oct 2023 at 12.20pm  0  Login    Register
In reply to Post #1026
Another new one 😱
keeperboy
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   Old Thread  #1026 15 Oct 2023 at 1.19pm  0  Login    Register
In reply to Post #1025
They will work fine buddy!
Real pepperami is only one ingredient of many and we all used to use pepperami in the colder months to good effect
They are proving really popular already and Iíll be sending them out from midweek onwards.
A tad excited about these and the other new one 😉
ron83
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ron83
   Old Thread  #1025 15 Oct 2023 at 10.24am  0  Login    Register
In reply to Post #1024
How do you think the p-rami wil fair in the colder months? I know next to nothing about bait but with real salami in it, wondered if the hard days would stay harder and leak out less when it's cold?
keeperboy
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   Old Thread  #1024 15 Oct 2023 at 8.58am  0  Login    Register
In reply to Post #1023
The most popular would be what you suggested
Sting pink, squids, deep c white.
Sometimes you have to be brave and try something far out like a p rami 😉😉
Jimmers532
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   Old Thread  #1023 15 Oct 2023 at 8.19am  0  Login    Register
Going to order some hookbaits, I want a pale pink and a white, which 2 am I going for lads ? Thinking sting in pink and deep c in white but I canít make my mind up the pink squids look the nuts too as do the Eton mess 😂
keeperboy
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   Old Thread  #1022 11 Oct 2023 at 7.08pm  0  Login    Register
In reply to Post #1021
Hoping to get them listed and on the site this weekend!
Was supposed to get it done on Monday but itís been full on again
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