I have been watching a few youtube videos of carp feeding , its accrued to me that the hook baits used in those videos are tested and rejected by most of the feeding carp , then a chancer takes the bait and off we go ...
now looking harder, almost all of the videos I can see the carp happily picking up the freebie particles that's being used as an attractor but clearly shying away from the hook bait that is usually a pop up or a wafter type , now that's got me thinking about how to present particles as a hook bait in a natural way ,
I can't find the post that I read the other day it looks like it has been removed , but it was a photo of what I believe to be a boilie with snails stuck to it ?
I would like to know just where to get snails from and also how to stick them to the bait ?
my thinking on this is to use a rig with three or four hairs tied to the hook with several particles or the snails attached to these and possibly the hook itself to give a natural presentation within the spread of the freebie bits. and give the carp the confidence to feed on just what they find in the area .
any help or thoughts on this will be helpful