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Post  Admin on Tue Mar 17, 2009 2:23 pm

I love the Dynamite baits hempseed!
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Post  nickb on Tue Mar 17, 2009 9:58 pm

love hemp seed, and partiblend, also micro pellets, cant get enough of them. Laughing
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Post  jon123 on Thu Apr 16, 2009 8:30 pm

I use tk conditioner particles cheaperand the same stuff as other bait companys sell you
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Post  Wrongenuk on Thu Apr 16, 2009 8:33 pm

jon123 wrote:I use tk conditioner particles cheaperand the same stuff as other bait companys sell you

Well said fella Very Happy
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Post  nickb on Fri Apr 17, 2009 8:48 am

yep, agree there, good pet shops have conditioner, and is well priced and easy to prep..... Wink
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Post  Wrongenuk on Fri Apr 17, 2009 6:30 pm

nickb wrote:yep, agree there, good pet shops have conditioner, and is well priced and easy to prep..... Wink

Fair play fella.But there are still NUMPTYS out there that dont prep it prop....

Yeah,,,,,,you often see them go for an ordinary shampoo first and think they can just wash and go lol

so and in the voice of yoda lol......

soaked/boilie and soaked again in advance it should be started padawans lol


Do it proper as Carps lives are at risk.......im warning ya ok!!!!!!!!!!

Do your research first when it comes to prep in partyblends
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Post  nickb on Sun Apr 19, 2009 2:15 pm

oh yes... totally agree, its a must to find out how long soaking/boiling times should be, if unsure, or cant take the time, then the ready to use out of the tin particals is the next best thing.
there is load of info out there, but heres some i use:

Hemp (standard size) soak 24 hrs boil until split,
Parti mix soak 8 hrs boil 45-60mins,
tiger nuts soak 24hrs boil 30-45mins, although i've been buying these in ready to use tin, as i only use them crushed in the mix, due to the fact tigers over fed can be taken by the carp over and over again for some time, so used crushed in a spod or stick mix keeps the carp busy without finding to many whole ones, apart from the hookbait.
Flaked maize soak for about 15-20 minutes,
maple peas soak 24hrs boil 20-40mins.
hope some find this helpfull, but ALL particals do need to be prepared correctly, if any doubt, have chat in your local tackle shop, they will be only to pleased to help. Wink
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Post  Wrongenuk on Sun Apr 19, 2009 4:12 pm

OH GO ON THEN I WILL LET YOU IN ON THE WAY OF THE FORCE LOL

The easiest way to prepare partical is simply to soak the blend overnight in a large bucket. This allows the seeds and other food particles to swell and take on water, so they will not swell up inside the gut of the carp . However, you are really not going to get the best out of the bait unless you take a bit more time and trouble so this is the best way of preparing multiple magic Place the dry partical in a large saucepan (or two if you need a larger amount) Add one tablespoonful of salt per kilo of dry seeds. Now pour on boiling water to cover the seeds and stir to dissolve and distribute the salt. After about 1-2 hours you will notice that a lot of the water has been absorbed so add more boiling water to cover the seeds once again. After 24 hours in soak the seeds are ready to be cooked. Place the pan over a high heat and bring the water to the boil. * One the water is boiling turn down the heat to simmer and cover the pan with its lid. Simmer Turn the heat up slightly and reduce the remaining water. Allow to cool. Cover and leave in a warm atmosphere for 2-3 days. You will note that the gluten in the grains begins to leak out after 24 hours or so, and the longer you leave it the more it ferments and the smellier it gets.

Ive still got 10litres which ive had for 2 weeks and is,still fermenting in bucket as we speak as long as its stays in water then it will stay soft
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Post  Jim on Tue May 05, 2009 5:08 pm

Hemp is my favourite particle. It just goes on catching fish, year in year out. They love it. All species. I'd never not have any in the shed, ready to cook up. Easy to prepare, too. Just need a flask, for a small amount.
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Post  jsc on Thu May 14, 2009 1:46 am

hemp/tares/ cant beat em, happy catching!! ;-)

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