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    Default What are people's favourite Bait Glugs.

    As per title

    I don't really have an out and out go to glug I used various during the years and like to have a fishy marine one and a fruity one but I have never found any that have caused me to sit up and take note.

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    For what it's worth I have just purchased solars squid/octopus and their new Strawberry 1 Litre glugs to try.

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    The best I've ever found without doubt is nutrabaits Trigga ice !
    I don't like cheese..... I don't like kids !

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    I add a splash of thaumatin-b to my spod mix and it seems to work..
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    Old Spice
    Are you gonna bark all day, little doggy, or are you gonna bite?

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    Minamino with a splash of thaumatin b added, or salmon oild for fishmeals.

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    Lol now I've not considered minamino for 20 years
    Salmon oil however.

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    Aminol


    Proper old thick stuff at bottom of pot. Wouldnt be without a pot of hookbaits in this.
    thank your mother for the rabbits...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Edna Birch View Post
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    minamino definitely makes a difference and used to use a lot

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    Quote Originally Posted by Goose777 View Post
    And I had always assumed you were a brut man. How wrong can one be.
    Denim, ive never had to try.
    Are you gonna bark all day, little doggy, or are you gonna bite?

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    Red liver oil, bit is proving hard to get now

    Anyone reckomend a decent salmon oil for my corkbals
    seriel blanker

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    Hauling oil mate.......

    Oops......dont say it out loud as i will be banned.


    Again.......
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