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Best soft Hooker Pellets

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  • Best soft Hooker Pellets

    We've had best luncheon meat,can anyone give me best hooker pellets i.e pellets that will stay on hook while shipping out.
    I,ve been using XPanded by specialist baits, these are very good for staying on hook, and Carp,Tench&Bream seem to go wild on their B.A.M. flavour(bad ass madras)lol.
    Defineately the worst pellets I,ve used are Cats and Dogs,these always seem to drop off before you can get to where you're fishing.

  • #2
    i use jellets green lip mussel they are the dogs bo***cks never failed yet

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    • #3
      probably the easiest to pump are ringers.you can leave them in water while fishing and they stay on the hook fine.Try that with some others and they turn to slop.Personally i use 4mm pellets bought from an animal feed farm.Dont know what make they are but they stay on the hook brilliantly,even with small roach they dont come off.
      cornerstone.

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      • #4
        at this moment i have just start to use Andy Finley's sonubaits.com, they are super oil rich and they do not come off the hook. a very good soft pellet like said i have just start to use them. i am catch well on them use 6mm and 8mm at the moment, i just cant get the feed to use with them it not in the shop i use just yet. so i am using 4mm dynamite baits at this moment as the feed like i said it a very good soft pellets try it and see for your self

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        • #5
          It has to be Ringers for me excellent pellet, never fail to stay on the hook.
          Regards Billy Boy :)

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          • #6
            I use the GOT baits and Yorkshire baits hookers. Basically you should have a go at making your own hookers from expanders and just adding some jelly (I like strawberry sugar free) to the water and pumping them then putting them in the fridge over night - if you play around you can make some exceptionally good pellets for the hook and your own flavours.

            I also find once the pellets have been pumped and drained off if you then bag them and add a good sprinkle of powder/liquidised GB and shake them up then leave in the fridge over night you have a hooker pellet with a bit extra attraction. Have a play around with it.
            Simon Young
            Admin
            Talk Angling UK fishing chat and tackle
            web design Doncaster - Limitless Digital

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            • #7
              Have non of you have tried the Carp Vader jelly pellets? Simon did you not get any in the parcel of samples I sent you?

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              • #8
                I must admit I like to use the Ringers cool water pellets and the Cats'n'Dogs Netbuster pellets (scopex or Green lipped mussell) The jellets are very good also, but I guess its just a question of finding a pellet you have the most confidence in and sticking to it for me.

                The CatsnDogs pellets are loved by my local skimmer population and can be pole-fished or can be squeezed into a cage feeder and fished on the tip.

                The ringers are just a damn good all round pellet and have caught well on most waters Ive fished with them.

                I must admit though, Ive fancied using the GOT baits hookers. Must get round to it this season.

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                • #9
                  I use the ringers and the RS elite marine.

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                  • #10
                    same here i use RS elite marine and swim stim butaine green there ok if u leave them to dry up a bit bit soggy in that box but once left for 30mins there brill

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                    • #11
                      i use jelletts made by van den eynde i use strawberry flavoured one and have had a decent head of fish on them.
                      they stay on the hook very easily.
                      they are well worth a try mate!

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                      • #12
                        GOT Pellets in 4mm 6mm ad 11mm all the way
                        [COLOR="Red"]GOT Baits you know it makes sense[/COLOR]

                        [url]www.gotbaits.co.uk[/url]

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                        • #13
                          I have been using ringers 4 mm expanda's has feed pellet and also use them on the hook they stay on no problem.
                          Steve Davies

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                          • #14
                            I must admit the Carp vader pellets are very good.

                            There does seem to be a great variation to the quality of pellets that come through to the shops though on lots of brands... some are just partly made of air and some are pretty solid - perhaps Nick could tell us if the pellet wholesalers have many different variations of pellet density available (as I suspect) and the cheaper the pellet the bait company buys in to adapt to their own process the worse the result.
                            Simon Young
                            Admin
                            Talk Angling UK fishing chat and tackle
                            web design Doncaster - Limitless Digital

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                            • #15
                              Ringers 6m expanders are excellent, but I cannot get the 4m ringers right to stay on the hook, they just seem to break up.

                              DNW you recomend the ringers 4m, do you use a pellet pump as I do.
                              And how do you get them to stay on?

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