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    just wondering how to make jelly pellets and if there any good .I use ringers cool water and bait tecs

    any info would be great

  • #2
    500ml hot water, 1 sachet gelatine powder, soak or pump you expander pellets, leave in the water no more than 15 mins, drain, put in a bag big enough to have just one layer of pellets if poss and put in the fridge overnight.... bingo
    [I][url]www.aquonix.co.uk[/url]

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    • #3
      make sure all gelatine has dissolved and add the gelatine to hot water. not hot water to gelatine

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      • #4
        I do mine by adding gelatine to the hot water, making sure its desolved, cooling a bit ,then adding the pellets . Pump. stand for five mins, drain and add to bag. Maybe more than one bag . As fish farmer said , try and have one layer of pellets or they can all stick together a bit.

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        • #5
          oh and then put in the fridge

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          • #6
            i use rowntree's strawberry jelly granules.

            Fully dissolve the jelly and put in your pump.

            this is where it will vary from person to person - i pump the pellets once and then let the air back in. they should all sink! (the CobHoue expanders certainly do) i immediately drain them and bag them. this is where i'll add any liquid flavours as they will suck it in while they're hot and cooling.

            Bang em in the fridge. i give em a shake 2 or 3 times during cooling to keep em seperate.

            Perfect everytime
            [URL="http://scottsfishingblog.blogspot.com/"]http://scottsfishingblog.blogspot.com/[/URL]
            [url]http://www.oldghostbait.com/[/url]
            [url]http://www.oldghostbait.co.uk/[/url]

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            • #7
              And he catches a few on them too, lol
              [I][url]www.aquonix.co.uk[/url]

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              • #8
                1 or 2 Phil!!!!!
                [URL="http://scottsfishingblog.blogspot.com/"]http://scottsfishingblog.blogspot.com/[/URL]
                [url]http://www.oldghostbait.com/[/url]
                [url]http://www.oldghostbait.co.uk/[/url]

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