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gardner boilie rolling


Posted by Stimo-(the Popup Sweetcorn Kid)  on 01 October 2010
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Cast by: Stimo-(the Popup Sweetcorn Kid)
Category: Baits
Subject: Gardner Boilie Rolling
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“Hi lads im going to start making my own bait soon just a quick questino about the rolling kit.

If im going to make 14mm baits do i need to use a 12mm sausage roller confused

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Bazil Brush
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On 02 October 2010 Bazil Brush said:

“Hey Stimo!

Its funny you mention that as we have been contemplating making our own bait lately.

Its just a guess, but I would imagine that you need the 14mm rolling set to roll 14mm boilies. smiley

Have you decided on flavours and stuff like that yet ?”


 

stimo-(the popup sweetcorn kid)
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On 03 October 2010 stimo-(the popup sweetcorn kid) said:

“i.ve been messing around with a few flavours and im going to try them out and see what one comes up good when ive got it down to what the carp like ill let you have the recipe and then you can let me know what you think. I do have the 14mm rolling table with the 14mm sausage maker but the baits dont roll properley because the baits come out with a hole in them cry.”


 

Bazil Brush
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On 03 October 2010 Bazil Brush said:

“I havent heard of baits with holes in them, but i have rolled a few baits before.

It does take a few rolls to get it right, and you have to lay the sausage accross the bottom of the rack, then in 3 moves you roll a few inches forward, a few inches back, and then you roll the top of the rack fully forward until it comes off the rack, when this happens your boiles should also fall out perfectly rolled.”


 

stimo-(the popup sweetcorn kid)
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On 04 October 2010 stimo-(the popup sweetcorn kid) said:

“ive sorted it lads i was making the mix to dry thats all laugh and slap.”


 

Doobs
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On 06 October 2010 Doobs said:

“lol... Good man Stimo - Making your own baits is definatley the way forward...To have something you know the fish havent seen before is a plus and the it saves makes it well worth it! Will be rolling my own for next years fishing. Just got to decide on a flavour.”


 

stimo-(the popup sweetcorn kid)
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On 06 October 2010 stimo-(the popup sweetcorn kid) said:

“Ill be looking forword to hearing about your bait bud. Im not using flavours that most people are using out of a bot im looking on the natural side of things ie any flavour i use will come from blending up the item to get the flavour and on the plus side you also get the added bits from itthumbs up


 

Bazil Brush
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On 09 October 2010 Bazil Brush said:

“Hey Stimo,

Where did you get your rolling kit, did you buy it online ?”


 

stimo-(the popup sweetcorn kid)
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On 09 October 2010 stimo-(the popup sweetcorn kid) said:

“I got all my bits on ebay bud for around 20 quid its only the Rolaball Longbase Baitmaker tho im getting the bigger one next week.”


 

Bazil Brush
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On 09 October 2010 Bazil Brush said:

“Ok cool, we are gonna start buying our bait rolling bits in the next week or two so we will probably have to look for some bulk deals on base mix.

Let us know if you see any 10kg or 20kg base mixes available.”


 

stimo-(the popup sweetcorn kid)
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On 10 October 2010 stimo-(the popup sweetcorn kid) said:

“hay bud look on this web site Quality Baits they have loads of 10kg base mix on there. hope that helps thumbs up.”


 

Bazil Brush
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On 10 October 2010 Bazil Brush said:

“Nice 1!

Thats exactly what we are looking for. smiley

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stimo-(the popup sweetcorn kid)
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On 10 October 2010 stimo-(the popup sweetcorn kid) said:

“im glad i can help m8 thumbs up


 

carpguide
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On 11 October 2012 carpguide said:

“A great tip when rolling baits. If you want to make a dumbell shape, use two different sized plates. E.g. 12mm and a 14mm plate on top. thumbs up


 

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