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 Boilies, What to use
matthewh26
Posted: Mar 29 2008, 05:03 PM


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What sort of boilies are best to use for winter and for summer???
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Salford_Steve
Posted: Mar 29 2008, 06:07 PM


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There's no real easy answer to that, you'll get a thousand different answers from a thousand different people. It all depends on the water you're fishing, a bait which is a killer on one water might have blown and not get a sniff on another. However if you want a few opinions here's a link to the Carpforum which is a mine of excellent info on all things Carpy

CarpForum
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rulerus
Posted: Feb 14 2012, 12:15 PM


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The best answer on this question is: Try different combinations and find YOUR best combination.
For example: I try all of this baits in different combinations in the same day january 22
and catch only 2 small carps.

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The most important thing is: "you must believe in your bait"
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