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AKNF13
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Boilies for pre baiting 7 Years, 1 Month ago Karma: 0
I would like to pre bait a few areas on a river w/ boilies. I have lots of dry corn but boilies seem to work the best based on what I have been reading. I'm thinking 3 times a week of pre baiting before fishing the holes. Where and how much do I need to buy, or should I just use dry corn.

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Re:Boilies for pre baiting 7 Years, 1 Month ago Karma: 14
You can get boilies at most online carp tackle dealers.
www.bigcarptackle.com/store/home.php?cat=360
www.royalcarp.com/scripts/prodList.asp?idCategory=16
here are just a few...

DO NOT USE DRY CORN!!!! Dry corn will swell up with water and if eaten by carp, it can swell up in their gut and kill them! Dry corn must be boiled and soaked before use but still not very nutritious for the fish. Boilies are very nutritous and a much better choice.
 
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Re:Boilies for pre baiting 6 Years, 8 Months ago Karma: 1
Firstly may i also say NEVER use dry corn! Boilies by far the best choice.
The amount of bait would depend upon the amount of fish you expect to visit your swim/area. I would suggest you start off fairly light (1 lb) for each prebaiting. The idea is that the carp get used to finding food in a certain spot over an extended period of time. The longer you prebait, the more used to finding food the fish become, therefore the more fish that should be present when it comes to fishing. Also the larger fish have more time to locate the food & muscle out the smaller fish. If the river holds a big head of carp you should increse the amount of food per prebaiting to satisfy & hold the fish in the area.
Hope this helps, tight lines, Dave
 
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