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  • hawb81
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    Originally posted by SPADGER View Post
    A Florin ! I was expecting at least a groat, even half a crown.

    Work that out you young uns........
    I bet they couldn't

    I used the pellets again today, it was hard but the jellied feed are what I did catch on

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  • SPADGER
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    A Florin ! I was expecting at least a groat, even half a crown.

    Work that out you young uns........

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  • hawb81
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    ok spadger heres a florin lol

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  • SPADGER
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    Originally posted by hawb81 View Post
    made some jellies as spadger said and tried them against 2 types of flavoured jellied expanders, and I shall always be taking jellied feed pellets now, I had more bites on these, way more bites
    I'm charging for tips from now on.

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  • hawb81
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    made some jellies as spadger said and tried them against 2 types of flavoured jellied expanders, and I shall always be taking jellied feed pellets now, I had more bites on these, way more bites

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  • SPADGER
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    I'm lucky as my good mate owns vine baits and he buys in bulk. We just do small test samples of the batches he gets till we find a boss batch.
    Last good batch was coppens.

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  • Frisky Fish
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    I used to it with skrettings pellets. They were the light sandy coloured pellets and it worked brilliantly. The pellets you get now are rubbish compared to the old ones. Had a part bag of the old ones given to me last year and they were brilliant, non left now!

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  • fordysufc
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    Cheers Steve

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  • carpysteve
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    Originally posted by fordysufc View Post
    How do you prepare a feed pellet for the hook?
    Required amount of Skettings feed pellet in bait box, just fill with water and just above the feed pellet, 15/20 mins later drain water off and place pellet in air tight bag and place in the fridge. As i said it depends on the sketting batch, sometimes it works and sometimes it don't. There is no consistency with sketting pellets.

    Regards Steve

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  • fordysufc
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    How do you prepare a feed pellet for the hook?

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  • carpysteve
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    I used to just soak skettings with water and use them as hooks, but nowadays it depends on the skettings batch of pellets, so work and some don't. Might been worth a try.

    Regards Steve

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  • pudsli
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    Hi Steve.

    They don't smell pellet like, when left for 3 or 4 days, smell more like vomit, really do have a rancid smell.

    All the best steve.

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  • spickup79
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    Originally posted by pudsli View Post
    Hi Steve.

    Van den eynde R.S Elite, or Xpanda by Bait tech, you will find steve, you can only use them one time after freezing them, and when you chuck um, make sure it is outside in the bid, dont do what i did, and put them in a bin bag in the kitchen, it stank to high heaven, my mrs had to give me a slap.

    All the best steve.
    Cheers Steve. Yeah I imagine the smell of old pellets didn't go down too well! Lol!

    I always pump my expanders the night before a match and put them in the fridge in a bag. A few times my wife has walked in and caught a whiff of the pellets when the bags been open - she's gone mental every time!

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  • spickup79
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    Originally posted by SPADGER View Post
    Mine are for feed pellets Stevie.
    I honestly think you get more bites on softened feed pellets than you do on expanders. My reasoning for this is. That you don't feed expanders but you DO feed feed pellets and they look washed out when prepared this way so the fish think they have been on the bottom for a while and are safe to eat.
    Prepare a coffee mug of feed pellets my way or the other lads ways and try it mate, you will also save a fortune on expensive expanders.
    Cheers Dave, will give It a go. I'll have to get me self down to Tesco and get some gelatine!

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  • pudsli
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    Hi Steve.

    Van den eynde R.S Elite, or Xpanda by Bait tech, you will find steve, you can only use them one time after freezing them, and when you chuck um, make sure it is outside in the bid, dont do what i did, and put them in a bin bag in the kitchen, it stank to high heaven, my mrs had to give me a slap.

    All the best steve.

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