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    hi all want to make some realey tuff jelley pellets made some as normal but small fish rag em off want some realey rubberey and tuff as old boots aney ideas please

  • #2
    Just use hard pellets in a hair rigged band. Or you could try pumping gelatine into them.

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    • #3
      hi mick, as nathan says, drill the pellet double band on a hair and pull through, those "nuisance fish" dont cause you any problems anymore.

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      • #4
        Cannot see anything wrong with nathan's way of preperation for pellet

        Just soak for a few seconds night before, then in a bag full of air and sealed. Next day have a tub of water to squeeze them in as you hook them to make sure they sink. Will stay on better, sink slower, counterbalance the weight of the hook and no need for a pump or gelatine!

        if you find just the right pellets to do this with then you will have no problem at all for any technique or style that you want to fish pellet with !!
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        • #5
          Thanks Reece, but if been plagued by silverfish I would use a big, hard pellet in a band.

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          • #6
            same here nathan its the best way
            work is for people who cant fish---i want a job

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            • #7
              tuff pellet

              thanks Nathan i will try that at Haverholme next week dave.

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              • #8
                Buy a couple of economy gammon steaks from tesco's, punch out some 4 and 6 mmm pellets and simply soak in coffee granules to get the desired colour.

                Stays on the hook a treat and does not get knocked off by silver fish>
                Come on you Spurs!

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by The Corn King View Post
                  Buy a couple of economy gammon steaks from tesco's, punch out some 4 and 6 mmm pellets and simply soak in coffee granules to get the desired colour.

                  Stays on the hook a treat and does not get knocked off by silver fish>


                  the fish would have no chance eat them myself

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                  • #10
                    Seen a few lads starting to use nail varnish on there pellets then banding them on a hair rig,not tryed it yet

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by ridgeacre View Post
                      the fish would have no chance eat them myself
                      just thinking the same thing myself !
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