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Boilie Recepie? 9 Years, 9 Months ago Karma: 14
Does anyone have a good boilie recepie for summer/fall carp fishing. Best flavors to go with them? Thanks
 
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Re:Boilie Recepie? 9 Years, 6 Months ago Karma: 1
Well I am certainly not the one to ask for a good recipe for boilies. I made my first batch today ever. After searching around for a while to find a good starter recipe I determined that there were no simple recipes. So off I went to get the ingredients that I did not have. I had to buy semolina flour and soy flour. I had really hoped to use ingredients that I already had.


Anyway, I mixed up cornflour (I only had white cornflour), semolina, soy flour, eggs, strawberry drink mix, and a little powdered sugar. The mix was failing to get putty-like and was pretty sticky. So I added white flour to dry it out and make it kneadable.

Then I started rolling out logs to cut and form balls. Quickly I discovered that the logs were too fat and I rolled out ropes - the thinner the better.

I was rolling on wax paper because I did not want to get the red die on my counter. The paper moved around alot and that was a problem. But a little flour on the work surface helped to keep the dough from sticking. About two thirds through my dough was drying out. Next time I will wrap the dough in plastic wrap while it is waiting.

They boiled faster than I could roll out the balls and they were not all evenly sized. I tried one and I don't think they taste very good.

But all that matters is that the carp will take them. So off I went to Vickies restaurant that is right on the river. About a month ago I was there and my son was feeding french fries to the carp and they came right up even letting him touch them while he was offering food. I knew I would be able to watch the carp eat the bait and I could judge how much they would like it.

And the result was that the carp did like my boilies better than french fries and better than leftover hot dog bun. I also saw one eat a bit of my daughters leftover hot dog that was at least 2 1/2 inches long. So no more fears about them not taking the bigger boilies.

I made a device to thread the boilies on the hair rig by nipping off part of the eye of a sewing needle and fixing it on a bit of dowel for a handle. This too I have never done before so hopefully the boilies will be easy to attach. The knots were intimidating me but after looking at them some more I think I will be able to tie them. I just hope they work like they are claimed to.
 
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Re:Boilie Recepie? 9 Years, 6 Months ago Karma: 14
Thanks for the tip lakeman. Thats great the carp did not hesitate to accept the boilies. I have been purchasing premade boilies for some time now, and what i have found is it takes a bit of trainng the carp to get them to accept these baits.
On a new water, I usually prebait with the boilies for about 3-4 days prior to fishing it. This way the carp will know the boilies are a tasty, nutritious food source. After they figure that out they will readily accept them. The trend I was seeing was, without prebaiting their willingness to eat a boilie was sparse...

I'm sure you will master the hair rig in no time...It's very easy to tie. Just hard to understand at first. Please keep me updated on your boilie efforts. I would love to hear about your first fish on a boilie/hair rig!
 
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Re:Boilie Recepie? 9 Years, 6 Months ago Karma: 1
Thanks for the encouragement, Carphunter.

By the way, label the boilies in the freezer.

I put mine in a plastic bag in the freezer. A couple of hours later I happened to open the freezer and I thought " Gee, these don't look too bad, maybe I should tell my wife not to eat them - naaah. She wouldn't do that...

Well anyway my wife was home alone all day today and when I came home there was a small bowl on the counter with a few boilies in it. I knew instantly what had happened.

My son (7) and I laughed hysterically as she told us how she thought they were strawberry-yogurt covered raisins and popped three into her mouth. Thinking that freezing did not improve the taste of strawberry-yogurt raisins she figured it was faster to swallow the horrible tasting treat rather than to spit them out, and she did!
 
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Re:Boilie Recepie? 9 Years, 6 Months ago Karma: 14
LOL, That is too funny! Yes definitley label your boilie packages...Well at least they are nutritous, huh?
 
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Re:Boilie Recepie? 9 Years, 4 Months ago Karma: 2
Let's face it, if there's one thing that can really give you a great edge over other anglers, it's having your own personalised boilie that you can pre-bait with before reaping the rewards.

As you will know, CC Moore & Co Ltd has probably the largest selection of high quality ingredients, additives, liquids and flavours of any bait supplier in the U.K., all at very competitive prices. This allows you to formulate a highly attractive, nutritional boilie at a fraction of the cost of many of the shop-sold baits on the market today; and more importantly enables you to produce a bait that cannot be copied by others who want to jump on the bandwagon, just when your effort and investment starts to pay off.

Base Mix Formulation
If you feel that your experience in bait formulation may make this a difficult option, take a look at a few of the proven recipes below or contact us and draw on the vast experience and knowledge of Ian Moore who will help you put together the bait of your choice.


Mixing & Rolling
If mixing and rolling are a problem, then we can also arrange this for you at a competitive rate. Our mixing cost is charged at £10.00 per 25kg bag which means you don't have to buy lots of different ingredients to make your mix. We will simply price the ingredients you use and will then mix them in the volume you require.

If you would like liquids, additives or flavours added to your bait, we will also do this for you by mixing the necessary ingredients. After the preparation of your mix and attractor package is completed, we can either send it to you or we can get it rolled and sent back fresh, ready to freeze. The rolling cost is £3.00 per kg, allowing you to choose whether you want round baits, pellets, dumbbells, sticks or even 12mm x 24mm long pellets (or a combination of any of them).

Baits can be rolled in 12, 14, 16, 18, 20, 22 or 24mm diameter using any of the forms mentioned above.

We insist that 5kg is the minimum order quantity for 'custom' mixes.


Remember:
When calculating the cost of your rolled bait, you should take the amount of base mix to roll and multiply it by approximately 1.35 to see the weight of finished bait. E.g. 10kg of base mix will produce around 13kg of boilies.


Custom Bait Example
This proven recipe shows you how to produce a superb fish catching bait of your own that other anglers cannot copy.

Mix: 10kg Sardine/Anchovy Fish Meal £11.99

2.5kg Crushed Hemp £4.00

2.5kg Supergold 60 £4.00

2.5kg Soya Flour £5.70

2.5kg Semolina £4.75

2.5kg Pre-Digested Fish Meal £9.00

1.25kg Whole Egg Powder £4.75

1.25g Wheat Gluten £3.63

Total mix: 25kg.


Liquids: 30ml CSL per kg
4ml Ultra Plum per kg.

Total bait produced: 33.75kg


Tight Lines
ian Gemson
Smart Carping Limited
 
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Re:Boilie Recepie? 9 Years, 4 Months ago Karma: 14
Welcome Smartcarper, Thanks for some great info...Would like to hear more of your ideas and I hope you come back soon and visit often.
 
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Re:Boilie Recepie? 9 Years, 3 Months ago Karma: 0
Hi I'm from Hungary, Europe. Me and some friend plan that we will go for big carping in the USA. The place is ok, our problem is the bait and the ingredients. As I know, to take the fishmeal based materials for boile production is too complicated in your country.Can we buy or order these ingrediens there in small packages? For example 10 kg Low Temp. fishmeal.Thanks
 
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Re:Boilie Recepie? 9 Years, 3 Months ago Karma: 14
Welcome SCarp8,

If while in the states, you need any bait/gear, both of these sites are very reputable, have quality products and are located in the USA.

They both have high quality ready made boilies but, bigcarptackle has a great selection of boilie making products as well.

click on links below:

www.bigcarptackle.com

www.royalcarp.com
 
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Re:Boilie Recepie? 9 Years, 1 Month ago Karma: 0
here is one of my best rescipies
flour
cornmeal
sugar
blended sweetcorn or creamed corn
vanilla
3eggs
whatever coloring you want
mix all this stuff together until it makes a dough.Roll it into balls that are whatever size you want.drop in boiling water,they will float when done.
I caught my pb common on this stuff so i know it works,try it out and see what you think.
 
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Re:Boilie Recepie? 9 Years, 1 Month ago Karma: 14
Hi drifter carp, welcome to the forums. Thanks for the great info! Will give it a try.
 
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Re:Boilie Recepie? 8 Years, 3 Months ago Karma: 1
Ok this is recipe i use in europe.
I think it wil do for USA too.
Key to this is that i keep it simple. The way you feed is alot more important:)
Well annyway this is the recipe.
Hope all translations are ok.

1/3 Soy full fat flour
1/3 wheat semolina flour
1/3 hominy flour
50 grams chilli powder
50 grams robin red (optionaly)
50 grams squashed hemp (optionaly)
5 to 10ml green zing or peach flavour (if you dont have it any sweet flavour wil do)
sweetner (any wil do but preferable concentrated)

then put all the powders together in a big bowl
Put the flavour, sweetner and eggs in a bowl aswel.
Mix the eggs and stuff with the powders and just mix it with youre hands until it doesnt stick that much annymore.
Roll sausages and after roll the boilies.
extra tip:
When the carp start to be aware of boilies (they wil be believe me) just roll the sausage and cut pieces making a pillow form of boilies.
If there are anny questions just ask.

Greetings from Holland
 
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Re:Boilie Recepie? 8 Years, 3 Months ago Karma: 14
Thanks for the recepie Jcb. How many eggs are used? are flours per kilo or ?
 
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Re:Boilie Recepie? 8 Years, 3 Months ago Karma: 1
Forgot to post:P
I wil explain better.
You can take 300 grams for 1/3
And i use 10 eggs medium sized for it.
 
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Re:Boilie Recepie? 6 Years, 2 Months ago Karma: 0
try this:Fish meal ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 200gr
Robin red ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 100gr
Rusks ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .150 gr
Rice Flour ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .. 150gr
Seeds ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 100g (niger/my shell / Hemp)
Milled corn flakes ... ... ... ... ... ... .. 100g
Soy flour ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .. 200gr
Betaine ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .. 4gr
Aroma Aroma SBS Squid&octopus 5ML SBS Cranbery 3 ml (soluble)
Aroma Aroma SBS Squid &octopus 7ml SBS Cranbery 4ml (boilies)
corn syrup... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .200 ml)
(Hot water ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 400ml)
Eggs ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .10-12pcs
CSL ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 75ml
Attractamino PPC (SBS) ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .. ... .25-40ml
Oil ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 40ml
Pepper oil ... ... .............................................. ......... 10 to 15 drop
 
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