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    Default Munch baits cream seed

    Good morning gentleman I'm off to lac baleine in a few weeks and I've seen on there FB page that the biggun likes cream seed. (Apparently)
    Few clicks later I've had a big bag delivered, it's shelf life looks the part but smells a bit strong for my liking (what do I know)

    My furry little fishing buddy however is somewhat of a bait expert and she will not eat it for love nor money, even if I make her sit she chews it so it falls out her mouth.

    The only other time the dog won't eat boilies is when I've ballsd up the inclusion rates.

    Anyone had anything to do with munch baits cream seeds?
    Should I go against my chief tasters advice?
    Every other shop bought boilie she's ate.

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    id be well put off if a dog wont eat it ha ha

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    I wouldn't want to be using a bait I had no experience of/confidence in, especially on a one off week long visit. I'd also be suspicious of a "recommended" bait, especially if sold by the venue - it becomes a self fulfilling prophecy. If everyone's using that bait, then that's what they'll catch on. I've had a couple of very successful weeks in France using my own baits, and both times against the usual types used (ie Nut instead of fishmeal)

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    Personally I'd have no hesitation using John Bakers milk and honey base with his maple cream. Add his Caramel and Cream bait sauce. All you need to do is fish well.

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    Lots of different baits are advertised to death these days.....and if you notice they are all photos of either 20s in this country....or a 30 from abroad.

    That...to me says a lot

    That its **** !
    thank your mother for the rabbits...

    rex hunt

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    Listen to the dog lol.

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    I'm going to get a second opinion at the garden centre koi pond.

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    Don't use it!..for the simple fact that your already not confident in it....what you need is some sherbet cream
    Still buzzin.......they exist

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    Don't know if that will help though.....they probably get fed all sorts of crap so will eat any thing !

    Any runs waters near you ? Chuck rods out for a while see what response you get
    thank your mother for the rabbits...

    rex hunt

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    Quote Originally Posted by jeames View Post
    Any runs waters near you ? Chuck rods out for a while see what response you get
    hardly a good test! runs water fish are starving .......

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    Exactly.....


    If they dont eat it.the only thing that will is dusty bin....
    thank your mother for the rabbits...

    rex hunt

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