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Ground bait slop? WET OR DRY

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  • Ground bait slop? WET OR DRY

    Hi all....
    when i see alot of right ups and results of anglers using ground bait slop up the edge at say 5 or 6m in the margins ... is it cupped in wet sloppy ground bait then fished over the top...... or a dry crumb type ball fed bye hand over the float???

    cheers chaps for your help, this question been bugging me for a while now!

    Also what ground bait would be good to use with small stockies in mind ad f1s... i do have alot of sonu baits f1 at home/ would this be ok
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    It is over wetted ground bait fella, use your sonu baits f1 that will be fine.
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    • #3
      ideal thanks, over wetted meaning damp sticky mix to form a cloud on the way down? or runny like soup and pour it in?



      so i take it this would be cupped in every now and then....... and fished over with expander or paste hookaits? or is it possible too feed this bye hand to save on time in the last few hours of a match/pleasure seasion.
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      • #4
        Bazza - alot of the time I find that its best to use a mix that is as dry as possible, add like a cup of water to a couple of kilos of crumb and use a drill with a groundbait whisk on it, ou want it to only just hang in the water but not float on the surface if you see what I mean and cup it in over the float dont throw it.
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        • #5
          some lads up at tunnel chucked it in last year bye hand up the edge, on top 4s... looked quite dry mix/ but was a little unsure if it was any mix would do the job or is it there own fishery pellet ground up or expander ground bait....... but they sacked up on it what ever it was... I thort it would spook them, they hooked fish on corn and pellet through it. seemed an easy method that i would love to try.
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          • #6
            Originally posted by bazzalee View Post
            some lads up at tunnel chucked it in last year bye hand up the edge, on top 4s... looked quite dry mix/ but was a little unsure if it was any mix would do the job or is it there own fishery pellet ground up or expander ground bait....... but they sacked up on it what ever it was... I thort it would spook them, they hooked fish on corn and pellet through it. seemed an easy method that i would love to try.
            That tactic gives the fish a false sense of security mate. It works well because the fish can't see the pole waving over their head in shallow water.
            Can be devastating if they will come close in.
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            • #7
              Atomic Cloud has a similar effect. Difference being there is no food content. Cup a small amount in via a toss pot regularly and you can keep a cloud in your peg all day long.
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              • #8
                if theyre having it then dry or sloppy works, ive seen blokes use it sloppy with a cup then wash out there pole cup with water in their swim to make a noise of water hitting the water which seems to bring the fish in too!
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                • #9
                  Originally posted by keith View Post
                  Atomic Cloud has a similar effect. Difference being there is no food content. Cup a small amount in via a toss pot regularly and you can keep a cloud in your peg all day long.
                  Would you use that method on a water that is 4-6ft deep,fishing for ide,tench,silvers?

                  Thanks.

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