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phil090781
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   Old Thread  #10 23 Feb 2024 at 6.24pm    Login    Register
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Cheers all
Ynnek
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   Old Thread  #9 15 Feb 2024 at 5.51pm  1  Login    Register
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I would soak them in talin or betalin
vossy1
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vossy1
   Old Thread  #8 14 Feb 2024 at 7.08am    Login    Register
+1 For sweet and salty (old Solar ref there), I liked to use honey but maple syrup....yum.
Glycerine, yep, quite sweet too. Long term I'd be looking to pour off replace/refresh all mentioned especially the Glycerine as it absorbs water unless air tight (also a good way of hardening baits).
RKB
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RKB
   Old Thread  #7 14 Feb 2024 at 7.04am    Login    Register
Coke.
runneil
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runneil
   Old Thread  #6 13 Feb 2024 at 10.09pm    Login    Register
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Double post !
runneil
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runneil
   Old Thread  #5 13 Feb 2024 at 10.00pm  1  Login    Register
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Hinders Betalin definitely enhances tiger hookbaits and they stay good for years , you don't need lots either just a light covering in an oldhookbait pot 👍
kells
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kells
   Old Thread  #4 13 Feb 2024 at 5.00pm    Login    Register
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I've got a pot knocking about in my garage. Must be at least 6,7 years old soaking in a solutine of Glycerine and Talin wouldn't hesitate to use them still.
framey
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framey
   Old Thread  #3 12 Feb 2024 at 6.29pm    Login    Register
Betalin stored in a pop up tub
Just drip feed for a couple of days then good for years
Treat like pop ups with goo I guess (I donít use goo)
nexus6
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   Old Thread  #2 12 Feb 2024 at 5.01pm    Login    Register
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Maple syrup loaded with rock salt. Good dose of this and they will last years and taste amazing. You might end up eating them yourself!
phil090781
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   Old Thread  #1 12 Feb 2024 at 11.44am    Login    Register
Hi all, can anyone advise on the best way to store/keep tiger nuts for hookbaits? Ideally looking for a liquid that will preserve them long term in the tackle bag. Cheers.
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