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Wondering 7 Years, 1 Month ago Karma: 1
Well I was Wondering, the lakes that I fish Normally Use a One hook Deal. But they Dont use Bolioes, maise or Tiger nut. They Use millet, Wheat Seed, Grit baites, soybean, Rice. How Can i get Bolies to Work In The lakes that I fish Normally Get Caught on these baites??? Just asking See What people think about this.......
 
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Re:Wondering 7 Years, 1 Month ago Karma: 14
If a carp has never been introduced to a boilie it can often take some training to get fish to accept them. Check out these articles on pre-baiting with boilies.

www.carp-usa.info/carp-fishing-forum/30-...r/98-prebaiting.html

www.carp-usa.info/carp-fishing-forum/30-...ebaiting-part-2.html
 
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Re:Wondering 7 Years, 1 Month ago Karma: 1
Ok thanx, Well That Would Work If i Bought alot of Bait, But normally I just make my Own Bait and Show up at the lake, But these Lakes I fish At Will alow u to open Fish as Well. So i will Try that, Plus I am looking for Some People In Georgia. I know this One Lake I fished last Year Does Have a 40 lb Common In it. So It Can be Caught, But Really I need a Real good Partner that Knows Carp just Like Me!!!!!
 
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Re:Wondering 7 Years, 1 Month ago Karma: 14
If the carp are already feeding on the ingredients you've stated, then try making a test batch of boilies containing some of those items...that way, the carp might readily accept them if its a familiar taste...Unless its prohibited, I would definitely keep maize, tiger nuts, etc. on the "must try" list...
 
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Re:Wondering 7 Years, 1 Month ago Karma: 1
Well Actually I dont have a machine or anyway to make Bolies, I did try and make Chick Pea's But I let them Soak over Night But Did not Boil them. If U boil them do they make the Pea's Soft but Hard to Cast I take It??
 
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Re:Wondering 7 Years, 1 Month ago Karma: 14
Yes boiling will make them softer. Chick peas should be soaked for 12 hrs and boiled for about 30 min. They should be firm enough to easily stay on the hair.
 
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