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JasonM
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JasonM
   Old Thread  #56 21 Jul 2024 at 1.23pm  0  Login    Register
Have a look at mad baits they have some good deals at the moment and delivery is free.
They also roll for a lot of other companies do a couple of events every year at there place near St Neots .
vossy1
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vossy1
   Old Thread  #55 21 Jul 2024 at 1.03pm  0  Login    Register
In reply to Post #54
That does surprise me. I asked Jason a while ago for a S7 airball stick, I wanted it predominantly to use as a floater bait but it would've been handy as a pop up plug or to balance a bottom bait. He said there wouldn't be a market for it. A airball pop up wouldn't be amiss surely, they do them as fluoros.
gtipower
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gtipower
   Old Thread  #54 20 Jul 2024 at 9.56pm  0  Login    Register
I've been given a couple of kilo of DNA the Bug to try and seems nice bait, only issue I've got is the pop ups don't seem to last long! Had a bream in the early hours say 10/12 hours after casting out and the pop up could barely hold my rig up!
I tried my other rod and that's was the same! Sticky pop and Baitworks pop ups last loads longer!
vossy1
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vossy1
   Old Thread  #53 26 Jun 2024 at 8.35am  0  Login    Register
In reply to Post #52
I don't rem the Richworth ones but on a syndicate I was on not long ago a bait that did well was Peach & Black pepper. I used to use the Nash Peach Oil (was it palatant), I still have a new bottle and a opened one somewhere, it smelt amazing.
Grexory
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Grexory
   Old Thread  #52 26 Jun 2024 at 7.29am  0  Login    Register
In reply to Post #51
Those crafty catcher pepper and peach are a real throwback to the 90s, they remind me of those duo-colour baits that Richworth used to do!

vossy1
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vossy1
   Old Thread  #51 25 Jun 2024 at 5.50pm  0  Login    Register
Gerry has just linked 50% off at Essex Angling, the price comes off at the till and there's some crafty catcher boilies in there
connorhcarper
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connorhcarper
   Old Thread  #50 25 Jun 2024 at 3.14pm  0  Login    Register
Honestly I would stick to baitworks and just buy bigger quantity.
SnapSh0ts
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SnapSh0ts
   Old Thread  #49 25 Jun 2024 at 1.10pm  0  Login    Register
Im surprised to see how little people are recommending CC Moore.

I have used so many baits over the years. Sticky Krill and Manilla, Baitworks, Urban Baits NutCracker, Nash baits, Crafty Catcher etc.

The most productive baits for me have been Baitworks Monster Red in the colder months (only used in cold) CC Moore Live system, both cold and warm months and recently i just tried CC Moore Pro Stim Liver, Super meaty sausage/liver based flavour, very spicy and pungent. I was about to purchase 10KG of the stuff but the consensus seems to be leaning towards DNA, good price and quality.

Is there a stand out bait by DNA that most would suggest? The Bug for this time of year?
andy2461
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andy2461
   Old Thread  #48 24 Jun 2024 at 7.52pm  1  Login    Register
Wrasbury baits all the way for me
Had the pleasure of fishing with Phil talk about an education
vossy1
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vossy1
   Old Thread  #47 24 Jun 2024 at 2.09pm  1  Login    Register
In reply to Post #44
I know mate, bait bias from anglers, I've never found the fish too bothered.
Grexory
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Grexory
   Old Thread  #46 24 Jun 2024 at 9.30am  1  Login    Register
In reply to Post #43
Yeah Phil and Andre are top guys down there,

I had another mid forty on Friday on their pineapple nut boilie, never had so much confidence in bait.

glw1978
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   Old Thread  #45 23 Jun 2024 at 6.45pm  1  Login    Register
In reply to Post #14
Just bought 10 kilos for £60 to take with me in holiday next week.
Teddybare
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   Old Thread  #44 22 Jun 2024 at 9.14pm  1  Login    Register
In reply to Post #40
If you look at the ingredients the bait is actually better than a lot of the pellet you see so called educated anglers hoof in. Some don't have the ability to think for themselves.
Fivenil
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Fivenil
   Old Thread  #43 22 Jun 2024 at 2.22pm  0  Login    Register
In reply to Post #36
Took a trip down to Wraysbury baits today. 5k of MC Nut, 5k of pellet and a pot of MC Nut wafters £55. Spoke with Phil, what a nice bloke he is. Red Hot Squid looks like something Iíll be taking to France with me.
Canalcarper71
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Canalcarper71
   Old Thread  #42 22 Jun 2024 at 9.06am  0  Login    Register
In reply to Post #40
Iíve used decathlon boilies for prebaiting stretches of canals in the past works out way cheaper
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