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In my opinion, the best way to do this is with Bait floss – You can see a simple way to do this on my YouTube channel here.

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Mine will comfortably stay up for 48 and probably a lot longer!

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To keep your popups fresh you will need to keep them in a cool dry place and in an air tight container like the pots they come in. This will keep them fresh and maintain the attraction long term.

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From my experience, the best rig would be either the Ronnie Rig for a presentation just off the bottom. When fishing over weed or debris I’d use a

stiff hinged rig with the bait up a couple of inches from the bottom.

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Really its not a boilie in the sense of food source boilies! It’s mixed with buoyancy aids to keep it up in the water and should not be used as a loose feed.

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In the water pop ups can comfortably stay up for over 48 hours when balanced correctly. In an air tight container or pot your pop ups will last months if not longer.

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Effectively, boilies, as the name suggests are boiled paste fishing baits. These are made up of a number of ingredients including milk proteins, bird foods, soya flour, and fish meals. We then blend with a binding agent, eggs, and then boil. All our boilies are machine-made to create a better quality of bait and a more uniform finish – like all major manufacturers.

This creates a round bait that is hard enough to last in the water, but soft enough to break up or grind down. There are many things that you can do to your boilies in order to attract more fish to their bait and hook.

When it comes to carp baits, boilies are now up there as one of the best and with our selection to choose from, there is a boilie that is suited to a variety of different fishing sessions.

They range in size from just a 12 millimeters to 18 millimeters the bigger baits help in dealing with nuisance fish that fisherman want to avoid.

Category: Boilies

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This is a really common question and there is no hard and fast rule. Below is a general guide to what I’d use personally – the best advice is to play around with the rigs and see how they look and what you catch on.

  • 12mm – I’d usually use a size 10 or 12 hooks.
  • 15mm – I’d usually us a 10 or an 8 size hook.
  • 18mm – I’d usually use an 8, 6 or size 4 – but you can go to a 2 – this just isn’t something I’d personally do.
Category: Boilies

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Boilies are commonly referred to as bottom baits when we’re talking about hook baits. You can fish these on a standard hair over a bed of free offerings to great effect. In general, especially in the warmer months, I’ll fish a matching flavoured wafter on the hook over the free offerings.

I am also a fan of white popups where the hook bait really stands out above the free offerings below. Whilst some people may think this is an unnatural presentation I’ve found it highly effective.

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Spring/ Summer – The general guide would be to use higher oil and fishmeal baits in the warmer months – like my spiced krill flavour which catches loads in the summer.
Autumn/ Winter – When it starts getting cooler higher oil boilies aren’t good for the fish as the oils take time to break down. Usually, carpers, including myself, move over to sweeter flavours. My top choice of boilie to use in winter is the Pineapple, Butyric and Black Pepper Oil wafters, fished over a few free offerings, pellets and all soaked in boilie glug.

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Hooking a boilie is done via a hair rig – if you’re just starting out these can be bought from any tackle shop or online – you’ll also need a boilie needle and some boilie stops. To rig it up you put the needle through the boilie and pull the hair back through, then put the boilie stop in the bit of the hair your pulled through and then tighten it up.

There are various other rigs that can be used for fishing bottom baits and popups. It is well worth mixing up your rigs to see what you feel works best for you.

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So, boilies come in a range of sizes and that means that they can be used for carp of different sizes. They are a loose bait that is often used on the banks and are considered to be a freebie or food source bait. You don’t specifically need bigger boilies for bigger carp depending on the water and time of year.

These are baits that are not attached to the hook but they are specifically used to attract carp into the swim in the hope to get them grubbing, which is feeding on the area where you have set your bait.

Despite this, boilies can also be used as baits themselves and that means that they are put directly on the hair as part of the rig. Once a carp consumes the boilie, they should then be hooked.

However, what makes boilies so useful is that they work in a specific way due to the shape and size as well as the ingredients. As they are hard, they don’t suffer from wash out as quickly as other baits and they take longer to breakdown in the water.

Often, fishermen will have to deal with smaller fish consuming baits but making boilies of a specific time will prevent the smaller fish from taking the bait.

While the boilie sits in the water, it will slowly breakdown, giving off a scent and attracting fish to the area and this where the many different additives and flavours can really make a difference. It is also common to see fishermen using a catapult to add several boilies into the water at the same time. This will be done to attract carp into the area of the bait, in the hope that they will eventually take it and hook themselves.

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If you are unhappy with your order and wish to return you must inform me within 14 days of delivery. You can inform me via email to info@casualcarper.com, via Facebook messenger or Instagram messenger.

You will be liable for the cost of returning the item and all items must be returned within 7 days of notification. Bait must be fully intact and of full weight.

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Orders under 2KG are sent 2nd Class with Royal Mail. Orders over 2KG are sent via DHL using the parcel2go.com service.

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Delivery is £4.99 up to £75 and free over £75.

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If the item is in stock delivery will take 3-4 working days. If it is on back order it will be approximately 7 days. Please message me if you need any further information.

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Green – Heavy blend over the head hoodie with large pouch pocket

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If you are unhappy with your order and wish to return you must inform me within 14 days of delivery. You can inform me via email to info@casualcarper.com, via Facebook messenger or Instagram messenger.

You will be liable for the cost of returning the item and all items must be returned within 7 days of notification. Bait must be fully intact and of full weight.

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Orders under 2KG are sent 2nd Class with Royal Mail. Orders over 2KG are sent via DHL using the parcel2go.com service.

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Delivery is £4.99 up to £75 and free over £75.

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If the item is in stock delivery will take 3-4 working days. If it is on back order it will be approximately 7 days. Please message me if you need any further information.

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  • 50% cotton, 50% polyester
  • Fabric weight 279gsm (white – 265gsm)
  • Machine washable
  • Pouch Pocket
  • Twin Needle Stitching At Waistband and Cuffs
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