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    hi whats the best way to do your own gelatine pellets what ratio of water and pellets.

  • #2
    a sachet is supposed to be used per pint of water, but i use less water, probably 3/4 of a pint.
    Real men fish rivers

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    • #3
      have a look at this from the "old webby" thing still some excellent things on there http://www.talkangling.co.uk/JellyPellets.htm

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      • #4
        Hi Paul.
        As johnny say's.
        3/4 pint water (boiling) let cool, put pellets in your pump add water, pump as usual, put the pumped pellets in your tub, cover with the rest of the jellied liquid, wait until they have reached the size you want.
        give them a squeeze to check they are o.k.
        put pellets on a riddle to drain, when drained back into tub, in fridge, wake up in the morning go fishing catch loads of fish on them.
        Hope this helps.
        All the best steve.

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        • #5
          Same as above but I use Asda powder jelly packets at about 15p each, also adds a bit of flavour to your pellets as well.
          Last edited by mrfishey; 7 July 2012, 10:36 AM. Reason: spelling

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          • #6
            or....
            http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Schwartz-P...ht_2405wt_1156
            Real men fish rivers

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            • #7
              I usually use gelatine for my pellets, plus a dash of scopex. Keep meaning to try the various jelly flavours. I usually fish for silvers, and have thought about using the strawberry flavoured jellies. Don't know if you can get anything with a pineapple flavour, but this is supposed to be quite good for roach. Has anyone any other ideas?

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              • #8
                Ive just had a rumage in the cupboard and found some out of date orange and raspberry jelly, i might give it a go with these flavours. I will let you know the outcome.
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                • #9
                  ive done up some pellets for a match ages ago, did have alot of skimmers on them. i used two DR.OETKER sachets in about 3/4 pint boiling water with a sprinkle of strawberry jelly crystal and mix up till dissolved. then make up to about a pint with cold water. Place a really good hand full of 6mm ringer expander pellets and pump twice... leave for about 2 mins and drain off into the garden.. not down the plug hole..... have bloked drains once before of gelatine!!! LOL set in the pipe.

                  i do freeze these pellets upto a couple times but they never are quite the same as fresh ones right out the fridge in the morning of a match... but ok if your fishing short and getting alot of bites... Im off to make some now for tomorrow. you have given me some more idears of new flavours to try!
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