Aternates to winter pre-baiting

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6 years 11 months ago #5058 by Gavfish
Other than using boilies. I want to use boilies if i had the storage space and the money because of the high nutrients and proteins for minamal effort for the carp during the colder months.
Anyone know any cheap alternates i could use to keep the bait going in this winter and hopefully have me a winter 20?
Thanks in advance.

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6 years 11 months ago #5063 by mrbicknell
apparently since my last post about particle, I have also been told that it can work in the winter if you pile enough in, apparently they will just sit over it for ages if there is enough there. Sweetcorn maybe? good all year round for me. Cubes of luncheon meat? maggots aswel if there arent many nuisance fish? I'm just guessing as I really stick to boilies in the winter.

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6 years 11 months ago #5064 by Gavfish
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I thought that particles were a waste of time in the winter due to carp using too much energy to eat small foods and tend to stick to bigger healthier foods during the colder weather.

If this is the case then think im going to stick with the particles. Im baiting a spot on the canal which does have a few Bream inbetween 8oz and 3lb but they arent too much of a problem.

Sweetcorn a good call, cheap and very easily accessible without having to travel too far to get any. ;)

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6 years 11 months ago #5078 by saddler
Got to be pellets-aldi sweetcorn/bacon grill..

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