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MR_B
28-01-2010, 18:12
anyone used grits as a form of grounbait
think it from america and some sort of oat

skizz7163
28-01-2010, 18:20
have eaton grits more like a semolina type stuff but very nice

MR_B
28-01-2010, 19:42
yea that sounds like um
where did you get them from

HappyCamper
28-01-2010, 19:44
it's big semolina.

You can see it as Polenta in italy. Cous Cous in North Africa.... all similar things - just cooked differently.

(Ps, grits, over rated as a food stuff.)

MR_B
28-01-2010, 19:48
want to use as groundbait heard its white and very creamy (UHHH)

skizz7163
28-01-2010, 21:06
go to cybercandy.co.uk. they are sold out at the moment but you can tick a box when they tell you its back in stock

skizz7163
28-01-2010, 21:08
go to cybercandy.co.uk. they are sold out at the moment but you can tick a box when they tell you its back in stock

or google quaker quick grits

MR_B
29-01-2010, 10:28
cheers skizz

reece3lakes
21-02-2010, 08:58
Hello bud, i've tried the quick grits and instanty grits on numerous occassions and caught plenty of Tench..but no carp!

i remember seeing plenty of anglers in America using it and swearing by it..but i'm not convinced.

I've got alod of suplus if you want it pal??

slingyerhook
21-02-2010, 19:11
would nt bother mate,theres nothing special about them,it was something that was publicised a few years ago,just another fad,probably just to keep certain high profile angler in the news.