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Homemade Carp Bait Design – Formulating Your Own Recipes for Big Fish!

Homemade Carp Bait Design – Formulating Your Own Recipes for Big Fish!

Being able to formulate your own homemade carp bait recipes is such a powerful edge! Even if you happen to be a commercial bait maker, the same skills and knowledge and creativity apply. So how can you do it as a beginner or reasonably skilled bait-making angler? Read on for some great expert tips you probably will never read anywhere else!

I speak to a number of commercial bait makers on a regular basis as friends, and I am intrigued at how there really is little difference between the process of formulating homemade baits compared to commercial ones. They both have to work on a variety of waters all year round and work instantly, and have the capability to out-fish competing baits due to special features, components or other actions or characteristics etc that they may offer.

But do not be confused about the word instant. In fact highly nutritionally-stimulating baits can very easily have great edges over over-flavoured baits. Also, highly stimulating nutritional baits can be over-flavoured; many lines of concepts and approaches to bait design can cross-over, blend and enhance each other. This really struck me when I did some bait testing of various substances for Rod Hutchinson among others around the late eighties when I knew the boilie base mixes had been optimised for nutritional attraction, but were also used with sometimes very significant levels of flavours, and these worked extremely successfully for me as I experimented with different flavour levels!

A good homemade bait maker will maximise his baits for maximum effect, whether he is fishing waters dominated by brands of popular readymade baits or not. One flaw of many anglers fixation with recipes is that you do not necessarily need highly complex recipes to catch loads of fish. For instance there have been countless occasions when a great flavour used in a very low nutritional value bait has caught the biggest fish in a lake long with very significant numbers of other fish. The butyrate in pineapple flavour for instance can be enhanced in various ways so that when it is used even very simple carbohydrate-based baits (which are really basically flavour carriers,) results are pretty good.

Unfortunately there appears to be a mindset among far too anglers these days that for instance a yellow bait should mean it has a pineapple flavour. This kind of thinking really is hilarious and shows just how illogical thinking about baits by many carp anglers has become. For a start, why should you use a yellow bait, why should you use a bait with any significant flavour anyway, and even why should you even use a standard boilie bait at all? How many anglers even know which components within most pineapple flavours actually initiate any response by carp at all?

How many anglers have figured out what tones carp most easily detect in what light and water conditions anyway? It takes work and often long experience to figure out such things in real fishing terms and not merely in theoretical terms. But so many anglers just want it all on a plate, given to them instantly, with a minimum of thought involved. Obviously this mindset leads to stagnation of thinking processes and development of development of the angler in many ways that ruins otherwise great chances and potential opportunities for catches that anglers are simply not aware of! And of course then the bait or rig or conditions or whatever else gets the blame for poor results!

So for you thinking anglers reading this, (and I know you are many otherwise why would you be this article,) an enquiring mind is never satiated, just like a carp should never be satisfied after eating your baits; he should always want more and more!

So now, how about me giving you a few suggestions for formulating your own homemade baits! What kinds of ideas might help you that might well make a difference? Well firstly, do not begin with recipes and do not begin with ingredients. Consider where carp live, how they evolved their bodies in response to the available nutrition they have had in their environment for millennia.

Could it be that the availability of protein-rich mussel, snails and bloodworm for instance influence how external and internal senses and have become extremely sensitive to minute levels of excretions such organisms expel into the water column; thus making them detectable to hungry fish needing the nutrition within those organisms in order to survive. What about digestive juice excretions along the length of the digestive tract of carp and the efficiency of the wall of the tract to absorb digested nutrition; what natural substances and materials have influenced the optimum performance of this structure and the processes that are performed by the body chemistry, and physically too?

When you begin your design with the fish and realise that everything in your bait must be detected by fish within a water environment not an air environment, that too really has a great bearing on your choices and decisions about how important different aspects of your bait will be and how to optimise your baits and their performance most appropriately. For instance it is far better not to boil you baits in water. Apart from damage to nutritional factors that stimulate fish feeding and habitual aspects about baits in regards to repetitive fish feeding, boiling in just water simply leaches out an enormous volume of materials that really should only be leached out when you fish with those baits.


The skins of baits boiled in water are very much leached of attraction to the degree that the smell of the coagulated eggs in baits boiled like this are very obviously apparent; this is definitely not a good thing in the competitive world of carp fishing today, but much worse, you have lost performance!

If you are boiling your baits and the water you boil you baits in is obviously pretty attractive after your boiling of baits that is an obvious sign that you have just lost loads of potential bait performance by losing substances you just leached out of your baits into the boiled water. If nothing else if you must boil baits, add things like molasses, or a sweetener, or enhancer or a syrup, or a soluble extract, or fruit juice or a puree or soluble fish meal, Oxo or Marmite or pure vanilla extract or maple syrup or whatever in order to replace something of what is lost!

Ideally you will fast steam baits if you do heat you baits, but remember that heating baits to make hard baits is certainly far from absolutely necessary. It used to be the case that most leading carp anglers did their fishing using soft soluble paste baits; and these baits caught loads of record carp you know!

So I guess you still want a recipe or some choices for recipes of your own to adapt. OK so you know that starting out your design from the fish perspective is the way to approach things. This means that literally everything you put into your bait has a very significant reason for being there! For instance, the core of a bait might be low temperature fish meal which is an exceptional digestible nutritional food source. You might decide to bind this with perhaps whey protein concentrate.

This exceptional soluble milk provides extremely high quality protein among other factors. You do not need to get into first limiting amino acids etc unless you really do have all the technical data on every single ingredient in your bait; The vast majority of carp baits work in spite of not being optimised for digestion efficiency and much of the protein in high nutritional value baits is not digested nor assimilated for a variety of reasons anyway!

Caseins have been a part of carp bait making for so many years. These have fantastic track record, and various forms can be combined to take best advantage of their impressive essential amino acid profiles which they supply to carp. 90 mesh acid casein for example provides soft centred baits for less dense, softer moister more soluble base mixes when made and can be utilised in an extremely wide range of bait applications. 30 mesh acid casein is a prime ingredient for many applications not just boilies, and pop-up or paste baits. It is ideal for harder more resilient baits against nuisance fish for example and helps binding. Casein has unique properties and a protein content in excess of 90 percent.

Calcium caseinate has been traditionally used in boilies pastes and pop-up mixes in varying levels depending on the buoyancy and density and solubility required as it can be utilised to for all these purposes. It may be used at 4 or 5 ounces per pound in base mixes and even 6 or 7 ounces in buoyant baits. Soluble milk ingredients are a very significant part of carp bait history through the decades so you can imagine how important they are.

I will diverge a bit here and just say you can make a very effective bait just using ordinary wheat flour, betaine, a liquid amino acid, vitamin, mineral and trace element complex along with a subtle flavour, plus maybe additional enhancers, bioactive and metabolic factors, maybe enzyme active substances, and a mixture of protein-based and carbohydrate-based sweeteners. In other words you can easily make fish respond to baits even if they are not high in protein. You base mix does not have to be high in protein at all. In fact it is pretty obvious that much of the proteins available in the very high protein baits of the seventies era for example could not be utilised by carp due to limiting factors for one thing!

Protein ingredients are certainly stimulatory to carp; in fact carp are exceptionally sensitive to the key amines they require for basic survival as the providers of the building blocks of life. They contribute to the make-up of essential substances in carp and humans too, for things such as transporting oxygen to where it is required in chemical processes, and in the production of digestive juices for example. Yes proteins are very vital for life, but certainly not the only answer when formulating successful fishing baits for carp, or catfish, or barbel, or tench or whatever.

I say this because for example, these fish and individuals within each fish species and strain are taste specific, meaning they are more sensitive to various taste substances, and different smell-related components. For example you can do very well on a bait with a particular flavour, but then if you add a particular edible dye in order to produce a highly visual bait you can easily transform that bait into a different maybe less successful bait due to the E numbers in the dye masking significant triggers and attractors within the bait, and such E numbers may even prove to be repellent even though they are classed as edible!

Remember that carp are more than doubly as sensitive as dogs OK! So here is some more food for thought, and I hope this has got your little grey cells buzzing! Revealed in my unique readymade bait and homemade bait carp and catfish bait secrets ebooks is far more powerful information look up my unique website (Baitbigfish) and see my biography below for details of my ebooks deals right now!

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How To Make Carp Fishing boilies Using Easy Cheap Recipes That Beat Readymade Baits!

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If you are ready to take the sensible step of making your own homemade boilies and pellets, now is an ideal time. Having been writing on this subject full time for the past 5 years means I know the interest in this subject has seriously grown recently as more and more anglers want to make their own baits and cut their bait costs. So join the new crowd and read on now!

I am finding difficult to write about bait right now because concentrating is pretty difficult with so many diverse ideas buzzing around my head! My major starting point is visualising how I want to manipulate fish physiology, senses and conditioned responses and thus their resultant behaviours by the leveraging of bait substances and components. My starting point is the fish and not bait ingredients OK! The majority of anglers get things the wrong way round! That is why so many anglers ask me to give them a bait recipe and hope or expect that all their fishing challenges and problems will go away or just disappear by magic!

My big point here is that understanding fish internally and externally and the ways substances that might be exploited as bait impact upon and within fish really are vitally important to your success as a homemade bait maker. This might sound over the top when you think well my semolina and soya or grits and oaties banana flavour boilie catches fish so what is the big deal?

The big deal is all the loads of occasions when such baits fail! This is particularly the case on waters where highly competitive highly nutritionally-stimulating baits very much impact upon fish behaviours, where if your bait is just not stimulating fish in any particular way that results in you getting as many if not more bites than any other anglers, then your baits are pretty worthless to put it mildly. So to ensure that you homemade baits actually do compete extremely successfully against the best of the best of the readymade and other homemade baits, you really need to understand fish. Fish are my starting point when designing my homemade baits and I have made my own baits since around the age of 6 so I have had a little practice at doing it wrong and doing it right!

More to the point I have had enough practice fishing homemade baits against the best readymade baits to know how to design homemade baits to equal and even out-fish readymade baits. Frankly to do this takes quite a lot of knowledge and refinement but with the right information about fish anyone can do it; even beginners!

Recently via Facebook yet another angler asked me for my best boilie recipe as they were planning to make a bait using pineapple flavour or was it banana as they had heard positive things about these flavours. All I could think was how much homemade bait making is such a lost art, to the point where any fashionable flavour or style of readymade bait that comes along conditions the mindset of the masses so that they get the totally inaccurate impression that they need to be using a bait like that!

What I mean is, if the average angler on my water was using a particular readymade bait then I would probably ignore that completely and offer fish what I know will have impacts and internal effects and all kinds of characteristics that the competing baits just do not offer at all! Being different is the easiest way to scramble up defensive behavioural responses that fish build up to avoid capture. For this reason I think it is insane to use round or cylinder-shape or pellet shape baits full stop!

Fish get thousands upon thousands of these to practice avoiding getting hooked on – so why on earth would any sane angler give fish that huge advantage immediately? You see when you make your own homemade baits you can produce literally any effect you want, you can make soft hairy or studded baits shaped like maggots or worms or leaves or an octopus or a fish a water snail or shrimp or whatever you like, just as long as it does not resemble a standard machine rolled bait!

So I am writing this article about being different but really it is about understanding what are the most vital reference points about baits that lead to carp getting a hook in their mouths and getting hooked. Baits need to inspire some level of reason to be tested even if out of curiosity with zero food value whatsoever. I prefer baits that have some responsive reason added to curiosity factor so it might be nutritional stimuli but can include other factors such as substances that change the water around the bait in particular ways that make baits far more easily detected. This might mean adding special hormone product, or fluorescent protein product or a substance that reflects a certain part of the light spectrum that fish are more sensitive to than us.

It might mean making fish detect minute electrical emissions or simply a background difference in the water around my bait. It might mean my baits actually move, fizz, bubble or produce sounds or vibrations due to various means. Or it might very simply mean that enormous plumes of extremely water soluble feeding triggers and attractants etc flow very easily from my baits compared to standard readymade baits of many kinds.

The best advice I can give you regarding how to improve the performance of standard boilie recipes is do not heat them at all. You can find ways to design baits to remain intact in water for over 20 hours without any heating at all OK! Soluble baits are king in my experience even if fished where smaller pest fish and crayfish are a challenge; these things are no problem when you get your baits and rand whole fishing approach right!

Ok so let us say you really have very little idea about how to design a bait in terms of exploiting fish sensitivities. Well you might think well I will use my own senses as a guide because my own senses such as that of taste and smell are basically like that of fish in that my cells have an aqueous lining through which substances diffuse so allowing me to detect substances such as a burger or Chinese takeaway or bakery when walking down the high street!

But baits do not have to relate to smell at all not taste. Flavours are often potent not merely for volatile or highly soluble components but for the internal impacts of certain bioactive components, or merely how they enhance and make more soluble other components in a carp bait or merely charge water around baits in specific ways. In fact many seriously potent bait substances that are lesser known on the bank among average anglers are not particularly detectable at all by most humans!

You might even say that in some ways, reasons why the vast majority of flavours make baits more effective is because of how they enable other bait substances within baits to become soluble and become far more easily detectable by fish homing in on your bait far sooner and far more turned onto feeding than would otherwise be the case. Flavours do have such a massive range of effects and of course flavours can mean all kinds of things apart from the most obvious solvent or natural-based ones.

For instance some substances found in milk and milk fractions and extracts can be found in synthetic butter and milk flavours. In this way you can definitely say that the dry milk powders, milk extracts such as caseins and caseinates, whey proteins etc are flavours in themselves that fish respond to, even if these have varying levels of water-solubility!

Many anglers make homemade baits with no additional flavours. But then again flavours are so diverse that they can literally be used as the significant trigger and attractor in a cheap bait. For instance what about a bait made using course crushed tiger nuts, with added tiger nut extract, tiger nut oil, high PC liquid lecithin, thaumatin, betaine hydrochloride, lactose, caseins, powdered enzyme or peptide products etc and calcium caseinate; with natural almond extract flavour added.

You might include hydrated and dry flies, beetles, insects, shrimps and silk worm pupae and also spirulina powder and coarse kelp and enhancing liquid kelp complex for example. This bait can break down and yet leave highly attractive particles on the bottom and higher up in the water column pulling fish down from all levels and at any time of year as it is an active style of bait (the form I prefer most of all of course for very obvious reasons!)

With such a bait you are hitting fish with a really good dose of water-soluble nutritional feeding triggers and attractors impacting internally on many levels and conditioning fish to seek the bait repeatedly rewarding them. At the same time as the bait is habit forming, it is also a very instant bait and one I would certainly use in paste form.

But it is just one of a huge armoury of ideas I might have to impact on multiple levels and maybe you want specific effects to out-fish certain readymade baits; who knows?

I am being distracted by the aroma of the pure capsicum (chilli) oil and pure Mexican garlic oil I have sitting next to me, and the homemade spicy citrus flavour I made using a still and evaporation apparatus. You might think such substances are among the most stereotypical forms of carp bait signals to you as an angler at least. But such things are so commonly used why should I use them when there is a whole host of other far more alternative options not used in mainstream bait making? Homemade baits certainly do not need to smell much at all; they can work on other levels and on other senses and react with water in very powerful ways to get noticed very easily by fish! It is all about getting the best information!

I also have powders I use for bait making (that are perfectly legal of course) obtained via health-related herbalists, that I cannot smell at all, that I know will have far more potent internal impacts on carp than either of these very smelly liquid extracts and flavours I just mentioned. When you think about it, how many pharmaceutical products come in tiny powder capsules or pelleted buttons that you cannot even taste on the tongue but have very great healing impacts or significant effects that lead to instant or gradual relaxation and de-stressing and relaxing of the muscles and nervous system?

I will leave you with an extra thought here; what fish is easier to catch; a well fed fish or a relaxed fish? Revealed in my unique readymade bait and homemade bait carp and catfish bait secrets ebooks is far more powerful information look up my unique website (Baitbigfish) and see my biography below for details of my ebooks deals right now!

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Revealed here are very unusual powerful bait recipes for winter, spring and cold water big fish success! Chocolate malt is a popular flavour now. I have made my own versions of these baits and flavours as homemade baits for about 25 years. That is a lot of winters and springs to test what truly works so read on and reap more cold water rewards now!

Flavours are an exceptionally popular topic of interest among anglers on the bank! Chocolate malt is a flavour that I and friends of mine plus many other anglers in the know love to exploit! Many anglers today use chocolate malt flavour readymade baits, but you can make even more potent versions! If you have read any other of my hundreds of bait secrets articles all over the web now, you will have realized that bait and nutrition, and bait and achieving far more bites are certainly not necessarily the same thing! Nutritional baits catch fish sure, but baits optimized to achieve the maximum numbers of chances of bites are far more successful!

What I mean by this is that nutritional stimulation is merely one avenue or approach to exploit within baits in order to achieve a situation where fish mouth your baits and subsequently get hooked! A great many baits that have exploited chocolate malt flavour over the years have not been designed as nutritionally stimulating baits at all! Instead the vast majority of chocolate malt readymade baits have relied upon the impacts of the high levels of flavour within relatively low nutritional value under optimized base mixes.

Protein components just keep on getting more and more expensive. So the aim of bait companies to achieve more profits leads many to cut down on protein and use alternative options to achieve bites and of course utilizing high flavour levels is just one approach that has great success! These days more and more bait companies are competing so are looking at ways to incorporate competitive edges within their baits at low cost. Some ideas below will cover some ideas as many of these substances mentioned cost less than using protein rich additives and ingredients.

The success of your bait certainly does not have to be due to how rich the concentrated proteins within your baits are in terms of feeding triggers and attractors; endless other options are available that truly work, even when fished against protein rich baits!

The original successful chocolate malt flavour that came to prominence was the one conceived by Rod Hutchinson, the flavour supreme extraordinaire! This was the chocolate malt flavour I chose if I was thinking about a bait of this particular emphasis, but the homemade base mixes I used were very open texture because I wished my flavours to leach out in great concentration and catch me fish as efficiently as possible! For winter I used various very soluble additives and ingredients to assist in the leaching of attractors and feeding stimulants alongside the concentrated flavour.

An example of this would be malt extract, which is a highly under used additive these days. Another additive I would use today in such a bait is vanilla extract meal. Personally I like to keep things different but certainly not just for the sake of it. For instance today if I was to fish against a readymade chocolate malt bait there are very many options I would exploit to design a vast array of competitive edges into my homemade baits. These edges very much would relate to the potency of the bait, its instant and cumulative bioactive effects and metabolic effects and this will include potent prebiotic and probiotic effects, things that will speed the throughput of bait through fish, assist digestion, increase bait palatability and impacts intensity and duration and so on.

For cold water the ways you bait substances in combination react in water are a massively crucial part of your bait! Cold water baits are well known to be more successful when you include an intense sweetener. Such a sweetener has multiple effects and impacts apart from its role as a flavour enhancer. Such sweeteners strengthen the intensity and duration of other flavours and improve bait palatability which in turn encourages carp to feed on more bait more repeatedly, even in low water temperatures. Obviously further repeated feeding equals more chances for fish to make mistakes on your hook baits!

As the focus of this article is on the flavour not base mix just a couple of suggestions will be mentioned in this regard. It is desirable to give your fish multiple impacts on multiple senses so utilizing various substances combined is obviously a very sound suggestion. So for example I would use a sweet or milky or another type of powdered palatant in my bait. I might use a very specific appetite stimulator and the profile of these can very enormously. SBS baits for example have a very well proven range.

Appetite stimulators are extremely under exploited simply because the masses have not figured it out that a bait built on a range of incredibly potent feeding triggers which also happen to be seriously potent enhancers is a very serious edge over fish caution and resistance to being hooked! They really do promote that vital just one more effect when experienced by carp!

As for flavours I like to make things unique in my baits while ensuring plenty to attract carp and create interesting profiles and richness within baits and substances leaching off. If you are fishing a water where chocolate malt has been used previously then why not create new flavour with a unique profile and effects. You might well consider trying mixing 2 different brands of chocolate malt flavours together, with each on a different base.

You might decide to add a different dimension perhaps, by adding a butter or cream or scopex or milk flavour. Personally I would add a little butyric acid also. In a chocolate malt bait you might include extras into you bait that will certainly enhance the palatability and solubility and effectiveness of your bait. Many malted drinks are very effective and include milk protein and sugar fractions and further enhancers such as salts. These tend to be very fine which is great but they have a certain oil content so I would mix something else to it that is also fine; such as icing sugar to it for cold water use.

I would include a milliliter of Thaumatin (the trade name is Talin) at least per 1 kilogram of your dry powder base mix. Other things I would add in whatever combination of ingredients and additives you might choose for your base mix I would include are molasses meal, betaine HCL and also in with your liquids, some high potency liquid lecithins from CW Baits.

Vanilla is probably the most popular flavour in the world yet it is strangely ignored by 99 percent of carp anglers today. The real vanilla extract liquid is very useful indeed but often in pretty weak alcohol base. Alcohol is a very soluble easily dissipated form of solvent and carrier for natural flavour components. However it is possible to create real vanilla flavour by steeping and heating vanilla pods to draw out their awesomely attractive oleoresins.

Traditionally chocolate, vanilla and chilli are well connected for many reasons through history and culture and with very good reason. In fact a few drops of capsicum essential oil for example works very well in a sweet homemade chocolate malt bait! For more information on what kinds of substances are most potent in designing your base mix for cold water boilies, pellets, particles, ground baits and so on read on.

You might think that chocolate malt just refers to boilies, but it most certainly does not! What about chocolate malt sweetcorn, or tiger nuts or luncheon meat, or spod mix or PVA bag mix, method mix or boosted paste? How about this little idea: Defrost some prawns in a mixture of soluble fish protein, vanilla extract powder, betaine HCL, raw molasses, wheat bran, powdered palatant and other appetite stimulators and chocolate malt flavour. When you begin, add some dehydrated prawns and maybe insect meal, a little chocolate powder and instant coffee powder, silkworms crushed plus some chopped up vanilla pod.

When your prawns have defrosted and all materials have soaked in all together, crush up your prawns and then add some PVA friendly liquid food. Examples could include CC Moore corn sweet syrup, plus a little liquid chilli extract and added chilli flakes. Maybe you might try liquid salmon and krill extract with added glycerine, Butyric acid and Talin. Such suggestions are all good, but merely the tip of the iceberg of what I know is possible and certainly baits can be made incredibly far more potent!

I really seriously rate using big PVA bags filled with suggestions like this. I make mine to pack such a uniquely potent punch I can tell you it makes me smile knowing just what is hitting fish externally and internally in concentration is actively altering their brain chemistry, muscular state, changes of behaviours and states of arousal and feeding modes!

I do not simply go to bait companies for my ideas and materials though. Herbalists and suppliers to the massage and holistic healing and health food type businesses offer many extraordinarily potent substances that could well be new to your consciousness as having potential in carp baits!

You might think that chocolate malt just refers to boilies, but it most certainly does not! I could suggest trying betal nut products, and endless other products to induce special energizing impacts in feed to induce boosted feeding activity especially required in low water temperatures!

What about chocolate malt sweetcorn, or tiger nuts or luncheon meat, or spod mix or PVA bag mix, method mix or boosted paste? How about this little idea: Defrost some prawns in a mixture of soluble fish protein, vanilla extract powder, betaine HCL, raw molasses, wheat bran, powdered palatant and other appetite stimulators and chocolate malt flavour. When you begin, add some dehydrated prawns and maybe insect meal, a little chocolate powder and instant coffee powder, silkworms crushed plus some chopped up vanilla pod.

When your prawns have defrosted and all materials have soaked in all together, crush up your prawns and then add some PVA friendly liquid food. Examples could include CC Moore corn sweet syrup, plus a little liquid chilli extract and added chilli flakes. Maybe you might try the new liquid krill extract and add glycerine, Butyric acid and Talin for an awesome unique spring chocolate bait!

I say much more about this on CC Moore TV each month as a consultant describing how and why to use a massive diversity of various substances to trigger feeding in many potent ways and also gain incredible competitive edges over competing baits!

This is all great stuff but this is merely the tips of the iceberg of what is possible and certainly can be made incredibly more potent. It really does pay to keep an open mind! Revealed in my unique readymade bait and homemade bait carp and catfish bait secrets ebooks is far more powerful information look up my unique website (Baitbigfish) and see my biography below for details of my ebooks deals right now!

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Now why not seize this moment to improve your catches for life with these unique fishing bibles: “BIG CARP FLAVOURS FEEDING TRIGGERS AND CARP SENSES EXPLOITATION SECRETS!” “BIG CARP AND CATFISH BAIT SECRETS!” And “BIG CARP BAIT SECRETS!” For these and much more now visit:

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Homemade Carp Fishing Bait Recipes Using Pineapple Flavours And Readymade Boilies!

Homemade Carp Fishing Bait Recipes Using Pineapple Flavours And Readymade Boilies!

You will be the first to ever have access to these new unique pineapple recipes and unique fishing method; so I suggest you use them as soon as possible on your next trip! I highly recommend that you use them (or even play around with them,) and exploit them as much as possible to fool those big wary fish you always dreamt of catching! Read on for far more information now!

What is this mysterious innovative method you might well ask? (and one of very many I might add) that you can use to very great effect! Going straight into it then, what you do is put your bait actually on your hook, and up the line so the first thing that goes into the mouth of your carp is not your bait but your hook. What you do is tie your hook on hook link material and then slide a big pineapple pop up boilie or pellet up the line so it sits on the eye of your hook, but so your line and hook form an elbow as in the old bent hook or shaped heated tubing types of line aligner etc types of rigs with an angle at the eye or above it.

Now you trim all the exterior surface of your big pop up bait off and shape your bait so it looks like a thin slug sitting on your hook and line which is about 5 millimeters wide by around 2 centimeters long. Next you tie on 5 millimeters by approximately 25 centimeter long strips of Japanese Sushi Nori onto your line starting above your hook and winding down over your pop up bait slug going down onto the hook then back up and around your pop up bait. Use some elasticated cotton or small elastic rings to hold the Sushi Nori onto your bait, line and hook.

You may add extra small strips onto the back of the bend of the hook. Make up a number of rigs like this. Now to prepare your liquid dip or glug; note that these are creative ideas so do play around with them OK!

Try mixing together 3 different pineapple flavours from different companies; you will benefit from many things by doing this.

Boost the attraction of you pineapple flavours by adding 2 milliliters of butyric acid to each 10 milliliters of mixed flavours. Mix this little lot with 1 milliliter each of clove, geranium, and thyme essential oils from CC Moore. You might want to go for a little glucose syrup, honey, molasses and a protein based intense sweetener also (each enhances many factors to great effect OK!)

Add betaine HCL from Carp fishing pellets or CW Baits in generous levels, plus a little sea salt, (mineral rich salt not table salt) for example, 1 level teaspoonful of each to 10 milliliters of your flavour and essential oils mixture.

You might well fancy adding some liquid kelp complex or Feedstim XP or enzyme treated liver etc. There is far more to this kind of preparation than I am saying here because you can make these things seriously addictive, extremely potently thermogenic, even possibly psychoactive exploiting phytotrophic substances etc in certain ways but that is for further reading – as you will see!

Make a mix of your favourite base mix into paste not using eggs, but including a little blood powder instead mixed with icing sugar. Simply add your powder to the flavours mixture described above. However please note, cut this particular mixture for this purpose with perhaps an equal amount of CC Moore liquid Super Slop, or their liquid shellfish extract, or their Feedstim XP or even simply use liquid molasses boosted with enzyme treated liver and Marmite for instance maybe with a fruit palatant enhancer.

Make your baits in different sizes in squares and air- dry them not heat them in any way at all. When you come to use them simply tip them into your PVA bag or funnel or whatever, and maybe pack out your bag with stick mix or any ground bait or homemade mixture of base mix materials to really potently trigger fish and pull them onto your hook baits.

You might for instance use soaked shrimps and silk worm pupae from CW Baits and even alternatives like dehydrated fruits like citrus peels and cranberries, mulberries and blueberries etc steeped in CC Moore liquid fruit enhancer and pineapple flavour etc. Inject your PVA bag last thing with a PVA friendly liquid food.

Examples ideal for winter and onwards include CC Moore corn steep liquor boosted even more with their corn steep liquor powder, maybe or their Liver Amino Compound for instance boosted even more with enzyme treated liver powder or maybe soluble fish protein for example, or maybe hydrolysed poultry protein etc. (For more examples and for unique ones you can make at home that will not melt PVA read on to find out more.)

I hope you can see how being creative like this will deliver far more potent feed triggering stimulation to the water column surrounding your fish! This is exceptionally important when water is cold and dense OK!

Remember that carp are most powerfully triggered by substances in enough concentrations in the water to change their brain chemistry and mood and activity so they will investigate and mouth your hook baits. That is about it as far as the job of baits is concerned.

I do want fish to remain as healthy and vitally balanced and energetic as possible for the good of their own health, but ultimately I want the most bites as possible in the shortest time span possible.

Just feeding fish with quality nutrition is very far from the complete answer to maximizing the number of bites you can achieve and where new and innovative bait secrets and substances really come into their own for you in achieving incredibly competitive edges! Revealed in my unique readymade bait and homemade bait carp and catfish bait secrets ebooks is far more powerful information look up my unique website (Baitbigfish) and see my biography below for details of my ebooks deals right now!

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