HOW TO MAKE PELLET BOILIES

HOW TO MAKE PELLET BOILIES

by Angling Times |

A cheap and easy way to make your own boilie hookbaits is with ground halibut pellets. This might seem like a lot of effort to go to to make what in effect are just soft pellets, but these are very tough and easy-to-use hookbaits that can be flavoured, coloured and made more buoyant – in effect, customised to your liking.

HOW TO MAKE PELLET BOILIES
  1. Use a coffee grinder (preferably one bought solely for your own bait-making use) to reduce a couple of handfuls of halibut pellets to a fine powder.
HOW TO MAKE PELLET BOILIES
  1. Break a large egg into a bowl and add a teaspoonful of hemp oil, half a teaspoonful of Umami paste and four drops of Black Pepper Oil.
HOW TO MAKE PELLET BOILIES
  1. Slowly add the halibut pellet powder to the liquid egg until the mixture takes on the texture of a soft paste such as you might use on the hook or as a boilie wrap.
HOW TO MAKE PELLET BOILIES
  1. Boil the sausages for around one minute and then allow them to cool on a piece of kitchen roll to soak up the excess moisture.
HOW TO MAKE PELLET BOILIES
  1. Boil the sausages for around one minute and then allow them to cool on a piece of kitchen roll to soak up the excess moisture.
HOW TO MAKE PELLET BOILIES
  1. Cut the sausages into chunks and freeze them until needed. A few drops of hemp oil added to the tub will boost the baits further.
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