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  1. And it looks like a 💩 😂
  2. Is possible that on river balanced or popup is just jumping around to much because of flow?
  3. Sure, 10 kilo carp can swallow 2x20 easily
  4. On my river always one rod 2x20mm or sometimes one 30mm with 20mm popup and another testing different combinations. Big bait; big fish
  5. Saber Carbon Landing Net & Stink Bag & Advanta Slim Net Float Gardner Lite Mat Gardner GT-HD 18lb Mono Line Sonik SK-Tek Armchair Nash Scope BO 2 Rod Big Pit Bag & few different hooks, hooklinks etc from ESP, Gardner, Korda 10% OFF and free shipping to the EU. 👏
  6. 😂 River chub... said enough. 😆
  7. For me on river Ronnie is winner.
  8. Take one of his rigs 😆
  9. Then must take at least 3 pots of 24mm
  10. Who cares fieldtester or not, try them. @smufter how many wafters, airballs or hard balls do you get in one pot?
  11. What kind of weights you use on fluorocarbon?
  12. Nash Siren S5R - small and sexy, I hope will last
  13. Me and my friends will try some “premium” range boilies from North and Baitology on rivers where fish will tell us if this is good or not I made my own baits and I know pretty well what they like and what not. If the bait is not good, the number of catches is reduced drastically or better there are no catches at all
  14. I’m browsing through ans searching for reviews of the Baitology and found this thread. 1. Yes, for 3€ per kilo there isn’t something Wow in boilies, but if we look at the Premium range and if we know price of ingredients when you buy yearly tons and tons there is pretty clear that they can do it for these prices. 2. If I can make really good nutritional boile for £4 (I don’t use expensive liquid foods and flavours) they can do it for at least for £1.5, because they can purchase ingredients for 1/3 of the price we’re paying. And is well known they’re producers for some other bait companies, so they know some “secret” mixes etc. 3. They don’t have distributors, tackle shops and expensive marketing expenses, which we pay in additional 100% markups in fishing stores. 4. Holland is meka of ingredients and one of the main distribution channels within EU, and that cut down costs a lot. 5. I think that maybe even better boilies are made from the Northern and MCT Baits. I will give them a chance, talking about “premium” range.
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