How To Make The Best Advanced Homemade Carp Fishing Boilies!

There is a shocking increase in carp anglers wondering why their pre-made baits simply don’t live up to expectations in terms of the promised catch results! There are many reasons for this, but you can control them all! How can you achieve better than average results when so many anglers are using the same or similar baits as you use? This is a huge problem and a huge challenge to solve for most big carp anglers today! Read on for expert answers and tips that will bring you power back right now!

Years ago I got to a point where I realized that it was obvious to me that there was no point trying to improve on an underperforming bait paradigm using bait dips and glugs. I am referring, of course, to the bait mass that is extruded and formed and heated in one way or another into boilies that are used as free baits or as hook baits.

I’ve generally had little time, so baiting for me has been about doing things faster than normal, rather than continuing the old-fashioned methods of baiting that I used in the late seventies which consisted of roll and boil the dough to create boilies.

The fact that it took so long influenced my decision to eliminate steps in the process that I found they didn’t make any sense. For example, I started to stop heating baits and went back to using pasta just as I had when I started fishing for carp in the 1970s, when there were no bait companies selling boiled baits and from a time when everyone did homemade baits.

Eliminating the step of boiling the baits gave me a huge immediate improvement in results. I started fishing when other fishermen around me were unable to fish. I also captured a wider diversity of carp, from union water that I had fished at that stage for about 8 years. I noticed that the fish behaved very differently than the baits that were not heated. The initial step towards this came from moving from high protein boilies to bird food and other bait items as the costs of milk protein went up and up.

Inadvertently this led me to use very thick, soluble, open baits that break down easily in water. I was still making boilies and heating baits that I made from homemade forms of bait dough. But around 1992 I stopped using the bait balancing tables and manually made my homemade baits 3 or 4 times the normal size of other anglers. (The normal size of the boilies at that time was about 14 millimeters).

I made baits up to 40 millimeters or even larger. I still boiled these baits and dried them; But that’s where the similarities to regular homemade boilies and conventional pre-made boilies ended. This is because I was making boilies that couldn’t be rolled up on a rolling table as they were very sticky or thick or sticky and thick by nature. I loved these baits and it really took my catch off the scale compared to normal as they are now store bought ready-to-use conventional boilies types.

I had no time for rolling tables of bait and also greatly disliked the similarities between homemade baits made with rolling tables and pre-made machine rolled baits; they were just too similar to give the edges that I knew I could take advantage of within my homemade baits by making them in the most different way possible. So I got rid of my bait turntables, even the very small micro boilie turntables I had.

He no longer wanted baits that resembled pre-made baits. This is because I found out with very long experience over many years that fish feed very selectively, individually, using highly evolved defensive feeding behaviors when in the presence of boilies.

Homemade boilies and store bought boilies in conventional terms are very similar and the volumes used by the increasing number of anglers joining carp fishing over the years, from the 1990s to the year 2000, they really showed me very conclusively that making homemade rolled boilies was definitely not the way to maximize results.

I won’t get into how I started making my boilies different here, but the big step came in the early nineties when I was fishing all the time on shredded boilies instead of whole boilies. At that time I also started using PVA strips from boilies in circles, but using cut baits multiple times. I used this method for hook baits as well because I noticed it produced faster bites and significantly more fish. These things, plus other observations, led me to completely avoid the step of rolling the bait.

In more recent time, I have discovered very dramatically different bait design paradigms that maximize and optimize baits without heating baits in any way and without making baits designed on outdated HNV and BNV food voucher paradigms.

I had used these paradigms to design and make my homemade baits for 25 years. But in becoming a writer I found myself in the position of constantly having to question every aspect of the bait, strip it down to its roots, and re-examine the logic, processes, and evolutions of thought that actually ended up conditioning thousands of fishermen. to think that this is the way to design, make and apply baits!

Just because a large number of people think something does not automatically mean that this thought is correct and, more importantly, it cannot be improved! By becoming a specialist in home baits, in constant testing and research of original research, original testing, and breaking old rules and status quo thinking, this revealed a number of very important breakthroughs in improving my results.

In part, this happened in 2005 when I discovered that I became the central information center for home bait fishers around the world and became a field evaluator and consultant for numerous bait companies. In certain periods of the last 10 years, I found that I was testing new versions of bait in multiple ways and making them new, almost every day for months and months for years. The feedback from the fish of this reality bait test really seriously opened my eyes to new possibilities that are truly superior to the entire food bait paradigm.

Of course few bait makers will like to read this and especially if they are closed minded and caught up in catching up on the outdated thinking of food baits from years ago. Sometimes it takes a jolt of inspiration to change. A couple of years ago I had a rather interesting conversation with John Holt, a fisherman who deserved enormous respect for his catch. It was with his Grange bait that he started with the Mainline baits. He had a lot of friends who fished Little Grange in Essex, and later in the early nineties I fished Big Grange alongside him.

It was interesting times and a lot of guys at the time were selling leads as part-time income. I used to see Danny Fairbrass, founder of Korda, going to see his mates at Little Grange. We were all strangers back then, although I could have run into Mainline’s Kevin Knight or Zenon Bojko or maybe fished with a guy who made baits at the nearby Nash factory, it was all just part of the scene.

I remember talking bait on the way to Dream Lakes with Zenon a couple of times and feeling like some of the ideas I was developing were a little different than normal. John Holt approached me at the Carp show in Sandown Park a couple of years ago when I was at a booth doing my part as a consultant for CC Moore, explaining aspects of some of the liquids and their possibilities.

This exceptionally fired up big fish angler (whose boilie recipe founded Mainline baits) enthusiastically quizzed me on many of my ideas and concepts that I had read about in my articles etc and we chatted for a long time.

But one thing that seriously struck me was the expression on her face when I asked her why she was still wearing eggs. He answered my question by saying “Because I always have.”

I could see the lack of logic, emotional attachment, and shocking doubts in his mind about continuing to use eggs, what really hit him, the moment he said that! Revealed in my unique ready-made Bait & Bait, Carp & Catfish Baits e-books, there is much more powerful information, please search my unique website (Baitbigfish) and see my bio below for details of my book offerings! electronics right now!

By Tim Richardson.

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