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    Default wafters

    hi lads

    looking to buy some decent wafters, apart from the usual suspects anyone know any good small companies making them?

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    UB............he calls them bobbers.
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    Cheers mate

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    Bait Room also do some good wafters mate.
    The path of the righteous man is beset on all sides by the iniquities of the selfish and the tyranny of evil men. Blessed is he, who in the name of charity and good will, shepherds the weak through the valley of darkness, for he is truly his brother's keeper and the finder of lost children. And I will strike down upon thee with great vengeance and furious anger those who would attempt to poison and destroy my brothers. And you will know my name is the Lord when I lay my vengeance upon thee.

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    Thanks mate I’ll take a look

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    I think theres a few companies that do wafters...i mean some of the pop ups that you get these days are wafters after a few hrs so may as well stick em on a multi rig ready.
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    Specialized hook baits S2 ‘balanced’. Nuff said .....
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    i have the S2 crushed cork and while not wanting to bad mouth anyone mine were not in the best condition, the cork lumps were too big and the bail crumbled, they have fantastic reviews so think mine could of been a bad batch, anyway it put me off them

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    Quote Originally Posted by andy12345 View Post
    i have the S2 crushed cork and while not wanting to bad mouth anyone mine were not in the best condition, the cork lumps were too big and the bail crumbled, they have fantastic reviews so think mine could of been a bad batch, anyway it put me off them
    I've had several lots that look like they were rolled by a monkey. I'm not fussed about a 'round' bait but I'd at least like them a bit uniform.......some look like they were kicked around before boiling. Not had any since
    Edited for the sensitive prissy meow meows we entertain

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    Another vote for UB.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kapscarper View Post
    I've had several lots that look like they were rolled by a monkey. I'm not fussed about a 'round' bait but I'd at least like them a bit uniform.......some look like they were kicked around before boiling. Not had any since
    its obviously down to the fact that they use big lumps of cork and that makes them hard to roll, im not fussed on looks too but some of mine fell apart

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    Quote Originally Posted by lyndon View Post
    Another vote for UB.
    I have the UB ones too (bit of a hook bait fetish) cant have too many pots of pop ups / wafters sat in you garage doing nothing I say !!!

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    "I've had several lots that look like they were rolled by a monkey. I'm not fussed about a 'round' bait but I'd at least like them a bit uniform.......some look like they were kicked around before boiling. Not had any since"




    Same as me, used to use the baits alot but wont entertain them anymore.

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    Make your own

    Probably cheaper in the long run of you keep buying these so called corkball wafters.
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