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Canal groundbait....again

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  • Canal groundbait....again

    why did i stop using red ground bait........does color really matter
    In darkness we do what we can
    In daylight we're oblivion

  • #2
    Not one bit

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    • #3
      Think there is alot to be said for using red GB... on alot of venues red has become a really good colour for meat a sweetcorn... and I think your question is a really valid one. I used to use red crumb all the time for bream on the Thames - it was far better than anything else and dont know why.

      Of course colour matters, in Ireland we have tried loads of different mixes and colour definately makes a difference over there and it all depends on the colour of the water, the colour of the bottom and the target species - so yes I would say without a shaddow of a doubt the colour of the crumb does make some difference to the amount you catch.
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      • #4
        well that was my theory so i am gonna make my move and go back to red see what happens to my catch rate the worst scenario is that i dont catch and then return to brown ....wonder if pink? i may try that to
        In darkness we do what we can
        In daylight we're oblivion

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