Winter Homemade Carp Bait Secrets Of Essential Oils And The Best Fishing Boilie Flavours!-y580

You really can catch many more big carp this winter using these very successful edges and such powerful information, to super-charge the fish-catching success of your baits; far beyond normal or accepted expectations! You can actually turn an average year into a best ever year and even turn blank sessions into incredibly memorable red letter ones; so read on right now to find out more! Most carp anglers have been using readymade boilies for several years and are constantly seeking new and unique ways to improve results using them. This is considered normal, yet part of the reason readymade baits are not constantly living up to expectations is because they are simply not keeping ahead of boilie-induced fish feeding caution, not working the water column effectively enough and are simply a bait format that fish can easily sort by constant exposure to such baits and practice. Readymade boilies are most often extremely inert in cold water which drastically reduces their potential success at drawing, holding stimulating and achieving hooked fish in the toughest of conditions. Very few anglers appear to realise the fact that fish feed upon solution and that bait is actually merely at its best a solution, very temporarily in solid form. Fish actually derive benefits directly from solution and for instance directly filtration feed upon natural items and bait liquid and particulates dissolving in water and breaking down to incredibly small sizes. The fish absorb certain aspects directly via the skin too as well as using gulping mouthing motions and using finely-adjusted gill rakers to filter out the particulates and even aspects of fine powders released into the water column. For this and many other reasons, carp and other fish actually can feed upon baits without actually picking up any whole or broken boilies in whole form at all! This is a massive part of what all my work through my baitbigfish site and ebooks over the past 12 years have been about generating awareness of. Due to big bait .pany advertising the normal perception of bait is in fact a colourful ball or other object, but that is really literally a red herring, as what matters is not the object, but the unseen within and without! Carp can identify profiles, palatabilities, taste and smell .ponents of baits without taking them into the mouth physically. In some ways when you think about it, it is like carp absorbing minerals from mineral concentrations in the lake bed, dissolving then be.ing absorbed. It is also rather like carp feeding upon very fine algae, where the tiny particulates are detected yet nothing at all like even a broken boilie or even anything as big as hemp seed size is fed upon. So carp really can identify and feed upon potential foods without them actually being recognisable solid items. Realising this then when you create your homemade baits, especially for winter, much of its design must be about stimulation of the carps body internally, to induce feeding motions, or at least activate the fishs body in such ways which mean behaviours and moods change enough so actual gulping and further development of feeding behaviours occurs in real time in the moment. To achieve these things and more simultaneously in genuinely powerful ways takes more than inert boilies sitting on the bottom in cold water conditions. Yes, of course you can use free feeds such as ground baits, fine fast-dissolving pellets, particulate-rich spod and slop mixes and fine particles, hemp, maggots etc, but these will not actually make fish directly focus upon picking up your hook baits specifically. Most often wary fish will feed upon finer particulate free baits and avoid hook baits! The part that matters most is drawing maximum attention to hook baits and especially exploiting baits delivered in very close proximity via PVA delivery or other means, and this is the bait that absolutely must be designed incredibly specifically for stimulation in cold very dense water where carp very possibly may not hardly be moving at all unless enough stimulation in their proximity is delivered. This is thinking outside the box of conventional food bait boilies is absolutely essential to actually maximise catches and turn blanks into red letter sessions in the toughest of conditions! If you tip the average readymade base mix into a jar of water and wait for an hour, it is very .mon indeed for the mix, even without the extreme restraints and limitations of being bound, rolled and heated, for such materials to really efficiently work the water column. An astounding number of base mixes will in fact merely sit in insoluble layers on the bottom and literally just sit like this for days on end, without reacting with the water column in any significant ways. Yet in the cold months when water be.es denser, it is absolutely critical for baits to actively work the water column. The discussions I had with Martin Locke regarding the active ground baits he used at the time to hook his world record fish correlated in particular ways to some aspects of the bait modes of action and activities I was using back when I hooked the then world record carp also at rainbow lake, back in 2006. Back around the time of Martins record fish, he had been fishing some of the lakes at Elphicks .plex in Kent, just a few miles from me, and he had caught the lake record from one of the lakes called Pullens. He basically had used his free baits to concentrate fish into a central area and keep them active until he worked his way through the fish and caught the biggest, which at the time was something like 37 pounds. A few years later, I fished on their in late march using my own approaches which were not active ground bait using bread but were based upon exceptionally potent internally-activating substances which released free energy within the fish, and my result in my first session and second session were 2 of the 4 forties in the lake along with back up thirties on my very first fishing ever on that lake. So you are asking, what kinds of thinking and substances might I have been using to achieve such instant big fish results. Well it was precisely the same thinking as hooking the world record fish on my first ever visit to Rainbow lake. It was totally focused on targeting the biggest fish. One part was timing i.e. making calculated assessment of when the biggest might be vulnerable based on many variable factors such as temperatures, fishing pressure, .peting anglers baiting behaviours and predominant bait preferences and styles of bait applications and their styles of fishing and thinking and tactics. Another part was extremely thorough bait testing. In fact I tested my bait variations, of my various homemade hook baits, PVA bag-related baits and few free baits used, by testing substances, levels, .binations, synergistic effects and impacts, studying very wary fish in farm ponds, one of which was within sight of my kitchen window, so I tested such bait variations and refinements for a very significant series of tests, for instance in the case of Pullens, the baits were evolved over a period of over 4 years, on the extremely boilie-wary very old small fish in the ponds where I lived. I also honed bait activities using glass jar and water testing and baits and substances and base mixes testing and aspects of this were shown on CC Moore TV, during the 3 years I was doing filming in my kitchen with Alan Welch, for my Bait brain series on making homemade baits unique and further maximised for various impacts, both internal and in other ways. All this has been part of my learning curve alongside fishing various forties and fifties waters along the way and aiming to catch big fish as fast as possible, faster than is normal against the leading brand popular readymades. This, teamed with my writing and researching and tuitions on making and maximising homemade baits has literally been my full-time job for the past 12 years now. Its very specific work that simply evolved within a very unique trajectory of firstly defeating boilie-wary big carp, natural-feeding carp and very old rarely-caught carp, which often do not require nutritional baits in the same sense as younger carp in regards to timing, delay of and possible periods of senescence and age-related and oxidative-stress and other factors-related influences upon feeding, palatability sensitivities, bait substances profiles and concentrations required to induce particular feeding behaviours and mouthing behaviours of baits, etc. Much of this testing extends from a prior 25 years of using very conventional high nutritional value or balanced nutritional value plus instant high attract approaches within my homemade baits, stretching back to the seventies and the era of special pastes before boiling became fashionable, plus high protein baits, particularly based upon casein and other milk constituents and fractionates etc. For anyone having read The China study and having a deeper understanding and appreciation of bait protein and carbohydrate relationships and impacts, and especially regarding the power of potent antioxidants, including vitamin d forms and forms of vitamin C and similar .pounds, there are really significant correlations within that study relating to carp and activities of vitamins and other antioxidant factors, internal physiological balancing, healthfulness and longevity. The typical aquaculture calculations for carp and daily nutrients requirements is an extremely limited reference point for carp baits. For instance this may be great for putting weight gains on fish for market, but the real marker that matters most is the vitality of the fish and longevity and peak condition, immunity-optimisation, internal blancing and reduction of oxidative stress, speediest recovery from any stressors or injuries, immunities against pathogens, particularly in spring and in times of stress such as in water de-oxygenated by high temperatures and blue-green algae blooms in summer etc. Bait is really about giving fish far more than merely nutrients and growth factors and excess of energy-sources which pack on the pounds, so anglers can indulge their ego-driven need to equate personal success with heavier weight of fish. The real key is actually producing the most inner-balanced ,most internally strong long-lived fish, and not their weight gains. Winter is really a huge time for carp as their literally feed on themselves, converting their internal stores into sustaining life, while remaining as energy-efficient as possible. This is rather like polar bears, at the onset of winter, having built up healthy balances of internal reserves, living out the cold months in pits purposely dug under the snow, where temperatures remain even, and literally the animals slow down to hibernation levels of absolute metabolism, just enough to sustain life, the body of the animals living by catabolising their own internal stores. In terms of carp this kind of hibernation is a very big factor during winter because when carp hibernate or a lake shuts down, where fish really do stop any significant feeding, then really only the very most suitably optimised baits for fish in that condition will be the most successful. It is absolutely no coincidence that alcohol and glycerol and propylene glycol flavours alongside internal stimulants within essential oils for instance, and peptides, nucleotides, amino acids, carbonates, and other .pounds and groups, including reducing sugars of various forms etc, all figure highly in successful winter baits, and indeed in baits for any conditions. This is because such substances or similar are involved in vital internal aspects of fish survival and such substances in pure form, detected in concentrated enough dissolved solution issuing from baits represent an energy-saving or indeed internal resources-saving opportunity, enough to stimulate feeding, even for a very limited time, as it is energetically worthwhile for the fish so they do not deplete their inner resources and indeed boost them to some degree. Tutti Fruiti is possibly the most well known of the most successful and most instant winter flavours. Yet many fish today are unwilling to feed upon baits with this flavour in due to the fact that over many years they have been hooked or lost on baits containing this very uniquely distinctive flavour. In my testing fishing many many winters I can state that the absolute performance peak of Richworth Tutti Fruitti flavour in cold water within conventional egg-sealed boiled baits is the first half an hour. This is because the flavour leaves the baits extremely fast. The flavour constituents being very reactive with water molecules mean that even in low temperatures, it creates a very intense concentration gradient (or dissolved bait solution trail,) for fish to home in on and follow to its source, i.e. each individual bait leaching the flavour into solution. This solution however is not as many might assume to be purely flavour. The flavour acts as the conduit or carrier for many substances, just as betaine acts as an electrostatic carrier, carrying other dissolving and emulsified bait .ponents alongside the flavour and other liquid .ponents, with the flavour synergistically enhancing very many of them in terms of impacts of smell, and taste palatability and sensation or bait experience. Now it is not necessarily what you know that makes the difference, especially in carp fishing. What matters most is using what you know in more and more effective ways. Readymade baits are often made with elevated flavour levels. This can in some situations and contexts by a very big edge, often where baits are used in longer sessions so flavour leach out. Yet even when such over-flavoured baits leach out, if the flavour base or other .ponents are actually recognised, such as where a flavour has been successful previously, then many fish will be feeding far more sensitivity in the presence of that flavour or .pounds, some fish even avoiding the baits and not feeding at all upon such baits. This is even though such baits may have been successful even as little as a month previously. In my experience, big carp can be.e sensitive to successful baits if dramatic catches have been achieved in a very short space of time. This is okay because frankly, when youve caught a significant proportion of the lakes biggest fish, indeed possibly most of the biggest, then the fact that fish be.e sensitive to the bait just doesnt matter! If your aim is to catch the biggest fish as fast as possible then a couple of the options involving exploiting the winter time when potentially the least natural fish is present and the least over-baiting of anglers baits teamed with the least angling pressure in the hardest toughest times must be considered. In winter and especially in November on warmer days and in December on south westerly winds and usually just after Christmas, very many of the biggest carp are most vulnerable to capture. Contrary to popular belief at various times you really can use significant amounts of bait, so long as youre using paste and you actually refine your baits in many ways for instance over summer months and using glass jar and cold water observational testing to help discern precisely what your baits are doing in the water and that they are doing what your choose to control within the water column and within the fish! One very simple tip here is that fish are able to pre-empt weather manifestations, so for example many fish will move location or change behaviours dramatically, actually before a significant weather change actually visually is observed. So for instance, in a situation where fish may be piled on top of one another in marginal snags during a cold spell of inactivity, the onset of an un-seasonally warm spell of southerly or south-westerly winds affecting that area, may well trigger significant night-time feeding upon a significant bed of soluble baits broken up or in very small soluble sizes. This can occur in February, or in March too. In January for instance fish can be caught at very surprising times, for instance at 1 pm in the afternoon in very high pressure, with fish responding to the heating effects of radiation from the sun, which raises their metabolism enough to make their bodies efficient enough to feed for a limited period of time. Fish can indeed be.e .atose-like in winter and have no illusions that this does not happen! I have actually been able to pick up .atose fish out of very shallow marginal swims and the fish can literally be lifted with the fish seemingly asleep, although upon re-immersion they will right themselves and swim for a while before stopping and simply sitting on the bottom, or hanging in the water column static again. Regular baiting up right though the winter is a very effective way to help prevent lakes shutting down as this keeps fish moving, expending energy, keeping their bodies active on very many levels, influencing their behaviours dramatically. Even if it seems the rest of a lake have shut down, with enough baiting and constant regularity you can indeed keep even just one swim active. I have done this many times and been rewarded with some amazing multiple big fish captures in very short feeding spells, sometimes multiple takes can occur at once. On busy lakes with many anglers on all the time baiting up, where they are sensible, then a number of areas can produce fish through most of the winter. However where winter conditions are particularly cold and icing over occurs for a long time and baiting cannot be achieved then even when it seems spring .es early and the water warms up, with cold frosty nights and un-seasonally bright sunny hot days, then in such years, in spring-time, the fish may stay in their energy-efficient shut-down state for surprisingly longer periods than expected, even though appearing to be moving at the surface at night or in the evenings, their systems are often simply not geared to taking baits such as boilies on or near the bottom and even using zig rigs to hook a fish can even be a challenge until temperatures rise sufficiently. Regarding Tutti Frutti, apart from dosing boilies with higher than normal levels of flavour as baits are being made, there are very many other options that can potentially improve success. One is simply over-flavouring, using the now .monly-used method of soaking baits in neat flavour with other substances. This achieves a significantly higher concentration of flavour released, but still it has its limitations as the flavour is lost from the baits. I would still be moving baits around and re-casting very frequently, even on the hardest of lakes if I was using conventional egg-sealed readymade baits and using this enhancement method, for hook baits. Another method is to coat boiled About the Author: 相关的主题文章:

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