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Offline saph

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burley
« on: Tue 9 Jan 06:31 2018 »
who here uses what in their burley if they use it?

and whats the best mix to go with pilchards since i just picked up a value bag from the local 7-11 (12 bucks for it should last me a good few fishing sessions)
Of course I talk to my self while fishing.. sometimes I need expert advice!

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Re: burley
« Reply #1 on: Tue 9 Jan 06:44 2018 »
Chook pellets are a common one. But to keep it simple n cheap you could try chopping up a few of the more banged up pillies from your block and mixing it with some old bread n sand.
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Re: burley
« Reply #2 on: Tue 9 Jan 06:58 2018 »
Chook pellets are a common one. But to keep it simple n cheap you could try chopping up a few of the more banged up pillies from your block and mixing it with some old bread n sand.

thanks yea def looking at cheap and theres some old bread about the house so ill try that when i get into town on thursday
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Re: burley
« Reply #3 on: Wed 10 Jan 21:18 2018 »
It depends on what you are chasing but I, when using burley use what I am
using for bait at the time just smaller.

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    Re: burley
    « Reply #4 on: Thu 11 Jan 18:29 2018 »
     My burley mix contains  of the main ingredient  is the chock laying pellets mixed in with  my  sandie crab shells  or prawns shells   & Whiting frames   Sometimes mix some cans of cat food  seafood variety  ones and mix old cooking oil the fish got cook in   

     Make heaps up at once and Put in vacuum seal bags & freeze down ready to go for plenty fishing trips ahead

    I never use blood or tuna oil they just at attach sharks  my mixture hasn't attracted sharks yet 

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    Re: burley
    « Reply #5 on: Thu 11 Jan 21:49 2018 »
    how do you mice prawns.
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    Re: burley
    « Reply #6 on: Thu 11 Jan 21:51 2018 »
     ;D or mince them
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    Re: burley
    « Reply #7 on: Sat 13 Jan 09:40 2018 »
    I dice mine rather than mince or mice them  ;), I like the random size but use an old meat cleaver and just go to town, same with flatty or 'ting frames.  Pellets I soak usually o/nite so they are fully absorbed and will also use dog/cat pellets or even horse/cattle pellets due to their high protein % which is fish and bone meal.  Every now and then if I see cat food tin of mackerel I grab a few, nothing else, only mac as it's real chunks in brine.  Then bread/sand etc as normal.

     


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