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Here's a rice bait that doesn't involve cooking

 

28oz Kraft Minute Rice

48oz Ketchup

2 Packet Pineapple Jello powder

2 oz Superior Pineapple Flavor

Small palmful of Table Salt

 

Stir all the above. It will look too sloppy at first, but put the lid on and leave to set for 12-16 hours at room temperature. It will be perfect. :wink:

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Bait is one factor to consider, and it can then be looked at in terms of size, shape and texture.

 

The most important factor is to find where the fish are.

 

Then make sure you are presenting your bait in a way they are happy to take it.

 

Then worry about the bait being right or wrong.

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The most important factor is to find where the fish are.

 

 

Not very helpful advice for fishing a paylake :)

 

Where the fish are in the swim (the area you are fishing), there's no point having the best bait if it's in the wrong place :oops:

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The most important factor is to find where the fish are.

 

 

Not very helpful advice for fishing a paylake :)

 

Where the fish are in the swim (the area you are fishing), there's no point having the best bait if it's in the wrong place :oops:

 

A paylake is basically an overstocked mud puddle. LOL

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Here's a rice bait that doesn't involve cooking

 

28oz Kraft Minute Rice

48oz Ketchup

2 Packet Pineapple Jello powder

2 oz Superior Pineapple Flavor

Small palmful of Table Salt

 

Stir all the above. It will look too sloppy at first, but put the lid on and leave to set for 12-16 hours at room temperature. It will be perfect. :wink:

 

thanks brooklands ill try it out! you know any soybean meal baits?

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Hi carpkeeper2005,

 

I don’t use soybean, but here are a couple of Paul Collins recipes who posts on here as “Justcarpn”

 

2½ cup soybean

2½ cup wheat bran

1½ cup self-raising flour

16 oz can cream corn

2 oz flavor

 

Early June

4 cup Soybean meal

2 cup Wheat bran

2 cup self-raising flour

1/2 can Cinnamon

16oz can Cream corn

1/2 bottle Texas Pete

2oz Butternut flavor

 

:)

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Hi carpkeeper2005,

 

I don’t use soybean, but here are a couple of Paul Collins recipes who posts on here as “Justcarpn”

 

2½ cup soybean

2½ cup wheat bran

1½ cup self-raising flour

16 oz can cream corn

2 oz flavor

 

Early June

4 cup Soybean meal

2 cup Wheat bran

2 cup self-raising flour

1/2 can Cinnamon

16oz can Cream corn

1/2 bottle Texas Pete

2oz Butternut flavor

 

:)

thanks again hear any more send em' my way!
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