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   Old Thread  #2 11 Feb 2024 at 7.51am    Login    Register
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Not missing anything. I do it if they get prepared the same and I know thatís how Iíll be using them. Itís the fermentation times, if you want to leave them that dictate if you cook them up together though. Maize I leave for a shorter period than tigers. Peanuts I prefer fresh.

However I tend to do them seperate so I can mix up a mix I want for that trip or situation. Iíve spent time sifting out some items for certain baiting situations in the past. Or when I found out the coots on the lake I was fishing adored peanuts and Iíd made like 100kg of mixed particles with them in for the season, and had to cook up fresh batches without peanuts to stop the coots. It worked too but a pain having to cook up more and I had like 90kg sitting the freezer waiting to be used on a different venue.
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   Old Thread  #1 11 Feb 2024 at 5.47am    Login    Register
Is there a reason I have not seen anyone mention soaking/boiling mixed particles, like maize, tigers, peanuts etc, together in the same pot if they require the same soak/boil times if one is to use no additives or the same additives for all the particles chosen?

We do it with mixed birdseed so I'm sure we can do it with the larger particles.

Am I missing something?
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