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  • Flavouring Pellets.

    Hi Guys, have a load of 4 & 6mm pellets from a mate who bought from the Big One just in a plastic bags were green but wearing off now, whats the best way to flavour them and keep them hard? Thanks.

  • #2
    Why do you need to flavour your pellets? just use them as they are, you will catch more.
    most pellets get spray dyed in a big drum as it turns, they get dried as they tumble, u can dip pellets in liquid colouring the quickly drain them off and put them of a riddle to dry over the nxt day or so.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by FORDY-1 View Post
      Why do you need to flavour your pellets? just use them as they are, you will catch more.
      most pellets get spray dyed in a big drum as it turns, they get dried as they tumble, u can dip pellets in liquid colouring the quickly drain them off and put them of a riddle to dry over the nxt day or so.
      They were just some cheap one's he had bought and I thought flavouring may improve them, but point taken, thanks.

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      • #4
        Like Fordy said they are made to catch fish, so why chance them?
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        • #5
          i always flavour mine with either brasm or scopex and always improves my catch especially for carp and bream.

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