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Carp Milk Protein Bait Ingredients in Top Boilies And Paste Baits! - by Tim F. Richardson

* Milk protein paste baits, CARP hook bait ‘wraps,’ and brilliant ‘PVA’ bag methods: * Using milk proteins as baits in dough or paste form hook baits, instead of boilies, is the most efficient method of delivering these amazing ingredients extremely high nutritional signals. With a dough or paste bait as opposed to a boilie type carp or catfish bait, there is no coagulated protein barrier on the surface of the bait to restrict the incredibly fish attractive amino acid leak-off. Boiling prepared dough baits to make ‘boilies’ with a protective durable tough ‘skin’ around them, is a common practice. But this destroys many attractive and nutritional qualities. This applies to all water boiled or steamed types of ‘boilie baits!’There are many ways to avoid or reduce the detrimental effects of boiling your dough baits in water. The first is to very much reduce the time you actually boil your baits. You can ‘surface skin’ your baits, for example, by boiling them for perhaps a maximum of 10 seconds. You could be a ‘rebel,’ and use ‘skinned’ baits and air-dried dough or paste baits as ‘free offering’ baits, or on the hook, or in ‘PVA’ bags in combination. This would be far more productive to catches than purely using just boilies.I like to use a more selective ‘method’, by using fresh paste, plus air-dried dough or paste baits for free baits and use ‘skinned’ or very quickly boiled baits on the hook or bait ‘hair rig.’ My baits are always previously soaked in liquid extracts like amino acids, molasses, corn steep liquor, etc. To tempt fish nearer the hook bait, my ‘free offering baits’ are sealed in a special water soluble ‘poly vinyl acetate’ bag. This bag gets cast out attached to the rig at the hook, or the lead. This bag is a brilliant attraction concept, as it is so versatile, and can contain so many various carp attractors and ingredients. ‘PVA’ bags can be filled with carp pulling hemp oil or another nutritional oil! This leaves a small flat spot on the water surface, which acts as a handy marker to catapult more paste baits very accurately to. This allows you to create a fantastic fish drawing ‘hotspot’, which carp are drawn to very quickly.Other protein filled morsels like maggots can be deposited around your hook baits in the same way, and with repeated refilling and casting, can really feed up your swim, making it irresistible to wary carp. Even milk powders and your bait ‘base mix’ can be deposited by your hook to stimulate fish to feed. The unseen benefit of using this technique is that it causes the water to become cloudy, with an attractive mixture of flavours, smells, tastes and colors, and particles held in suspension. This attractive cloud travels for long distances in the water pulling carp towards your bait like a moving sign post. Carp love this effect and it is a stunning carp catcher.For those of you who still don’t fully appreciate the benefit of maximizing the attraction of dough or paste baits, and insist on using boilies, you might choose to wrap your baits in a layer of dough before casting out. Doing this really has proven benefits, especially on ‘hard fished’ waters.This will draw extra soluble attention to your hook bait. My favorite method is to put a ‘just boiled’ bait on the hair attached to the hook, but then mould soft dough around to hook and partly round the ‘boilie.’ Now when a fish picks up the bait it takes the entire rig into its mouth because it cannot separate the boilie from the hook and test the boilie without being hooked!For a very unusual method, try wrapping your hook baits in more than one type of base mix dough. How about using 3 types of dough or paste instead of one! A carp may prefer one type of dough or paste to another, but it then has no choice but to pick all the bait up. This is great where ‘free offerings of fish meal boilies, for example are being eaten by wary carp, but hook baits are being ignored.This certainly gets around the challenge of carp being preferential for different types of bait! I love to use this kind of effective homemade ‘edge,’ its results are outstanding! The author has many more fishing and bait ‘edges’ up his sleeve. Every single one can have a huge impact on catches. (Warning: This article is protected by copyright, but reprints with a link are OK.)By Tim Richardson. ‘The thinking angler’s fishing author and expert bait making guru.’For more expert bait making information and ‘cutting edge’ techniques see the expert acclaimed new ebook / book: “BIG CARP BAIT SECRETS!”http://www.baitbigfish.com

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Tim Richardson is a homemade carp and catfish bait-maker, and proven big fish angler. His bait making and bait enhancing books / ebooks are even used by members of the British Carp Study Group for reference. View this dedicated bait secrets website now! 

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