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Thelad

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  1. I’ll update you on how it turns out! Thanks for all the help across the forum not only on this thread, and I hope I can give back to the forum once I’ve gained enough information to be of any value at all😂
  2. https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Carp-Bait-Liquid-Flavourings-Boilie-Making-Flavours-Carp-Bait-Attractants-Glug/390855641247?var=660532387352&_trkparms=ispr%3D1&hash=item5b00cfc89f:g:-wYAAOSwuLZY4SPn&amdata=enc%3AAQAFAAACcBaobrjLl8XobRIiIML1V4Imu%2Fn%2BzU5L90Z278x5ickkyMJZWL%2BqFSgQ3TOOe%2FNr7lG1uvdEc8IGtsAbmrmgQZGgFjFc4yJjkkbxo1rrPNXSdNxvpgc6vv1dp4SEPeACbEADxG7UMVnW8%2BlYdL1mXAFrJAJV9Hfh5UsR1GSlBGJrrIo%2BmkM%2BzLmxQBlLxOlXhPnSMDVUZmmlsN7%2FwuTmAqs2VONjhFQbW5zO%2FAe74avU36AqhmSQtPvPiZFEJzHyuPO9U60HTVXw%2Bi%2FIDMai3%2FivAhc9BDe0vh2C99YojSGphZkOSyfngYd9AAOdEV%2FMSoAphYX%2BnMpWbJmj2xproVZL6
  3. They do but it’s a deep red colour, not ideal when I’m trying to keep the white. Cheers mate I’ll give it a try!
  4. If anyone has any suggestions to change the colour of a bait liquid, or a product which already is a white fishy liquid, please let me know.
  5. 😂😂😂😂😂 I think we’ve all made a mistake before mate😂 In response to your question, there is a few white goos I can use (after your last message it feels so bad to say it😂) but none of them are fish flavoured, they all are sweet, which would defeat the purpose of the krill wafter.
  6. I use white hookbaits a lot and recently have been thinking about adding to their attraction using liquids/powders etc. Recently I bought some krill white wafters, and would like to boost their attraction using the methods mentioned above. However, I can’t find krill (or any fishy flavoured) boosters in white. Is there any way to purchase a normal bottle of the liquid, and then somehow colour it white? If so please enlighten me as I’m well and truly stumped.
  7. Cheers I’ll try that out, I’m a big fan of pva bags so the pellets will be useful for this as well! Thanks for this, great tip which I’ll definitely be using for my fishing.
  8. Cheers mate I’ll give it a go. Alright, thanks for the reply, I’ll try it out soon. Tbh, I probably would be going for this approach if money wasn’t so tight, but I think I’ll try what the others think, simply due to the far lower cost. Thanks for the help guys.
  9. How many boilies do people tend to use while fishing? The reason I’m asking is because while browsing the forums, I’m noticing people saying that they’re throwing in kilograms of boilies per session, whereas a single kilo will probably last me around 4 months. Is this not the best idea or am I reading too much into it?
  10. Thanks mate Can you explain how I would go about “stripping” a section of the line? Also I’m looking at the Nash Skin-link semi stiff for fishing without a bag, and the Avid Carp pin down braid for when I do use a bag. Anyone know of these, or are most braided lines practically the same and the branding etc doesn’t really matter? Thanks again for all the help
  11. Thanks for the reply So a soft braid inside the bag but what about the solid bag? While I will use them for most of my fishing, there will be times that they won’t be effective. I’m definitely confused over the difference between semi-stiff and stiff hooklinks in general, although your answer has helped me understand a lot. I would use an inline lead, but again I’m new to this and don’t know how to make it semi fixed😂 I’m simply using a knotless knot, size 8 wide gape, mono hooklink and a swivel on the end. Nothing fancy whatsoever but am looking at some diff
  12. I’m fairly new to carp fishing and looking at ways to improve my current rig, one way I’ve thought of is a different hook link material to mono. Does anyone have an opinion on the pros/cons of stiff vs semi stiff braid? Most likely to be used in a pva bag with lead clip. Also I apologise if I’m on the wrong thread, please feel free to tell me if this is the case.
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