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what baits are you going to be using this year and next


Posted by Stimo  on 29 July 2010
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Subject: What Baits Are You Going To Be Using This Year And Next
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“ive been looking for a bait that im happy with for the past year or so and ive come across it atlantic heat. Ill be using this next week on my 86 hour and from now on till i think its time to look for a new bait.”

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Bazil Brush
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01 January 2010


location: Surrey

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On 29 July 2010 Bazil Brush said:

“Hey Stimo!

Its always a topic of much debate, but i persoanlly have always liked the Dynamite baits freezer range.

Normally, I will try and use a sweet bait and a savoury bait, although most carp anglers will tell you that sweeter flavours wrok better when its collder.

With that said, lately I have been using the peach and melba flavour, with some success. thumbs up


 

stimo-(the popup sweetcorn kid)
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27 February 2010


location: Oxfordshire

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On 29 July 2010 stimo-(the popup sweetcorn kid) said:

“I was looking at the peach melba flavour about 3 weeks ago but after watching thinking tackle and seeing danny puts tuna in his spod mix i tend to look for the fishmeal type of boilies as i now swear by fishmeal baits .

I was also looking at nanana nut crunch chocolate malt but i feel that the name is just to catch the angler.

I also feel that some of the younger anglers out here go on what sounds smells good not on whats in the bait they are using as i did when i started carping now i look at whats in the bait.

But at the end of the day it all gos on what people feel will get them there next bite i do envy people that go out try bait that sounds smells good as i now cant bring my self to do this any more lol.


 

Doobs
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22 February 2010


location: Surrey

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On 01 August 2010 Doobs said:

“Hi Stimo
Probably going to use GB Baits for this season as the lake I am going to in france, (Redmill) uses them.
In the UK i tend to use either Dynamite Baits newest range, peach and melba recently... Dynamite Baits always seem to produce fish. I also like to use Icelandic Red as my fallback... when all else fails if they dont eat them then they aint in the lake!! ”


 

pond770
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25 February 2010


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On 03 August 2010 pond770 said:

“the baits that ive got in the freezer for this season is nash squid scopex(a good all year round bait,the cell (say no more)and the matrix (my fishey bait),tend to use squid scopex most of the time.thumbs upthumbs downfishing


 

stimo-(the popup sweetcorn kid)
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location: Oxfordshire

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

“I find bait can be a funny thing.

Some people will get good result on a baits and not on a bait that poeple are hooking carp on at the same lake dose any one els think or find this or is it just me that feels this way cuz i feel like it a kick nuts when that happens to me lol


 

Bazil Brush
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On 09 August 2010 Bazil Brush said:

“lol... tongue

I know the feeling, sometimes you have to just stick at it.”


 

Richiecoles69
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16 August 2010


location: Kent

total posts: 5
On 17 August 2010 Richiecoles69 said:

“I find on a short day trip that pinapple pop ups from nash work really well.

If im on a longer session i will tend to use natural baits to catch! sweetcorn and maize is always a winner if there are limited numbers of carp in the water but is important to keep the area baited if a shoal of bream swim over they will wipe you out!”


 

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