CarpForum - Fishing Forum
  Already registered? [Log-In]  New user? [Register]

Want 11,000+ anglers a day to see your product or service?  Click HERE to see how
Home Who's Online Member List Gallery Downloads Fish Ins Weather
Rules / Usage Help / FAQs Search Articles The Carp Shop
  New Posts: 0
   The CarpForum approved boilie recipe
 [Log-In]  [Register] 
KenTownley is not surfing CarpForum at the moment
View the profile of KenTownley (Ken)
Contact details supplied to MODs
KenTownley
Posts: 29889
   Old Thread  #77  1 Nov 2011 at 4.44pm Login so you can post / reply  Register so you can join in!
Don't know if Pete still comes on here. If he does I hope he does not mind me posting this for the previous poster:

OK after so many requests here are a couple of simple base mixes to base your own baits around. There is nothing clever here just simple balanced nutrition and if you take any of these as a base and then add your chosen attractors you wonít be going far wrong.

BM1 (basic HNV mix)
30% LT94 fishmeal
15% Maize Protein Meal 60% (supergold 60)
13% Egg based bird food like CeDe
10% Semolina
10% Soya flour (heat treated)
8.5% pre-digested fishmeal
8.5% Calf or lambs milk powder such as Vitamelo
5% Equivite

Depending on the exact brand of milk powder and bird food you use this will give you a bait with over 50% crude protein and about 10% oil content. Although they sound a little high it will come down if you add a few attractors to it yourself. If you really want to know the FLAA is Phenylaline, the 2nd is Methionine and the 3rd is ThreonineÖÖbut all are plenty high enough to allow the carp maximum utilisation of the protein in the bait.

I have deliberately left the solubles a little on the low side so that you can add your own soluble attractors such as Betaine, MSG, liver powder etc without the bait falling to pieces in the water after 10 minutes!

Now another mix I have played with and had some promising result on before I stopped bait development was slightly different. Lower fish meal due to increased costs and slightly higher energy was the initial goal.

BM2
22% Poultry protein meal
20% LT94
10% Maize Protien Meal 60% (supergold 60)
10% pre-digested fishmeal
10% Calf or lambs milk powder such as Vitamelo
7% Micronized Soya meal
6% Semolina
2.5% Micronised crushed hemp
2.5% Equivite

Again the crude protein level is above 50% but the lipids levels are higher. The 1st, 2nd and 3rd LAA are the same as the above mix although the balance is not quite as good. As with BM1 you can add your attractors to this. If you find it too soft (I like it that way and the attractors can just pour out) then try adding 2 or 3% egg albumin.

For a simple bait take any of these and add 20ml per Kg of good quality oil such as Cod liver or Salmon, a few ml of flavour if you want some and 8-10 eggs per Kg of base mix.


Two of the best recipes you will ever encounter...Nothing more needs saying
bigappleslice is not surfing CarpForum at the moment
View the profile of bigappleslice (Jay)
Contact details supplied to MODs
bigappleslice
Posts: 271
   Old Thread  #542 31 Aug 2020 at 11.01am Login so you can post / reply  Register so you can join in!
In reply to Post #541
If I had the cash handy I would, sooner use 50 quid of the money for the electric gun on bulk base mix ingredients.
saving 5quid a kilo of bait I'm happy to gun it out by hand.
thanks for the link, will get one ordered.
SamBarley is not surfing CarpForum at the moment
View the profile of SamBarley (Sam)
Contact details supplied to MODs
SamBarley
Posts: 2099
   Old Thread  #541 31 Aug 2020 at 10.53am Login so you can post / reply  Register so you can join in!
In reply to Post #540
If youíre going to get an electric anyway I would just go ahead and get one! Perfect for small to mid sized mixes.
Manual guns truly are a pain in the backside.

If youíre adamant you want a manual, this 600ml one looks ok-

https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/114094074471
bigappleslice is not surfing CarpForum at the moment
View the profile of bigappleslice (Jay)
Contact details supplied to MODs
bigappleslice
Posts: 271
   Old Thread  #540 31 Aug 2020 at 10.22am Login so you can post / reply  Register so you can join in!
In reply to Post #539
thanks sam, will pick up a manual from screw fix.
ill get all the mixes down and tested before going all out with an electric gun.

running before walking comes to mind!
SamBarley is not surfing CarpForum at the moment
View the profile of SamBarley (Sam)
Contact details supplied to MODs
SamBarley
Posts: 2099
   Old Thread  #539 31 Aug 2020 at 10.21am Login so you can post / reply  Register so you can join in!
In reply to Post #538
Thereís a cheapish electric caulk gun on eBay that a few people are raving about. Costs £90 which is far cheaper than similar styled guns by the big brands.
Iíve just ordered one, will let you know what itís like if youíre interested.

If you go pneumatic then 5mix have always been great.

If you decide on a manual gun just get a heavy duty caulk/sealant gun from Screwfix/eBay or similar for around £15.
Youíll find one thatís pretty much identical the the Gardner Delux model (which they charge £50 for).
bigappleslice is not surfing CarpForum at the moment
View the profile of bigappleslice (Jay)
Contact details supplied to MODs
bigappleslice
Posts: 271
   Old Thread  #538 31 Aug 2020 at 9.56am Login so you can post / reply  Register so you can join in!
In reply to Post #537
First time poster resurrecting an old thread.

dabbled in bait making a few years back and had great success but a busy job make it hard to roll enough to sustain my needs.
I have time to get back on the rolling tables and I'm looking for a recommendation for a boilie sausage gun?
I own a gardner boilie gun but I tried to get a very stiff mix through it and stripped the threads on one of the bolts.

do the screwfix foil sealant guns to the same job? obviously have to cut the nozzle down to the required size.

thanks all
doitdangle is not surfing CarpForum at the moment
View the profile of doitdangle (Tel)
doitdangle
Posts: 227
   Old Thread  #537 9 May 2020 at 6.48pm Login so you can post / reply  Register so you can join in!
In reply to Post #536
My advise would be to stick to a proven recipe as in post 1 until you know what you're doing. Good luck.
CarpMaster-IT is not surfing CarpForum at the moment
View the profile of CarpMaster-IT (Carp)
CarpMaster-IT
Posts: 1
   Old Thread  #536 9 May 2020 at 1.23pm Login so you can post / reply  Register so you can join in!
In reply to Post #77
hi
i am new in boilies and i need your help !
i have a recipe and i need to know if are ok or must add more or...must modify:
Mix:
Squid Meal: 200g
Prosecto: 100g
Pre-digested fsh meal 100g
semolina 100g
clo 150g
Robinred 80g
WPC80 50g
Purifyed blood powder 50g
soya flour 100g
salt 20g
chili powder 10g
GLM 20g
Betain 20g


Liquid:
Black pepper oil: 1,5ml
Squid extract 30ml
Fruit flawor: 5ml

thanks

Sweetcorn sirup ?
CSL ?
DiesilVan is not surfing CarpForum at the moment
View the profile of DiesilVan (Oliver)
Contact details supplied to MODs
DiesilVan
Posts: 1378
   Old Thread  #535 2 May 2020 at 11.39pm Login so you can post / reply  Register so you can join in!
In reply to Post #533
About 7.5-8kg finished bait! As for number of individual baits, that depends on what size you roll! You will get more 10mm baits than you will 15mm & less 18mm baits than 16mm.
crudecarper15 is not surfing CarpForum at the moment
View the profile of crudecarper15 (Neil)
Contact details supplied to MODs
crudecarper15
Posts: 642
   Old Thread  #534 2 May 2020 at 12.42pm Login so you can post / reply  Register so you can join in!
What is the flavoured essence to betaline ratio ?
Rule of thumb. 👍
HG_CARPING is not surfing CarpForum at the moment
View the profile of HG_CARPING (Hunter)
HG_CARPING
Posts: 125
   Old Thread  #533 18 Apr 2020 at 11.15pm Login so you can post / reply  Register so you can join in!
In reply to Post #532
How many boilies will i get from 6kg of BM1 basemix?
HG_CARPING is not surfing CarpForum at the moment
View the profile of HG_CARPING (Hunter)
HG_CARPING
Posts: 125
   Old Thread  #532 14 Apr 2020 at 10.26am Login so you can post / reply  Register so you can join in!
In reply to Post #77
May be giving BM1 a go later this year! only making small batches though due to money.
Razza1984 is not surfing CarpForum at the moment
View the profile of Razza1984 (Lee)
Razza1984
Posts: 1
   Old Thread  #531 21 Feb 2020 at 8.26pm Login so you can post / reply  Register so you can join in!
Hi all going to be rolling the bm1 this year could any body advise on a liquid attractor pack was thinking bafs bechalin hydro thanks
scaley&dark is not surfing CarpForum at the moment
View the profile of scaley&dark (Darren)
Contact details supplied to MODs
scaley&dark
Posts: 4666
   Old Thread  #530 5 Dec 2019 at 10.37am Login so you can post / reply  Register so you can join in!
In reply to Post #529
You donít have to have it.
But if you wanted to have a vitamin/mineral in its place that is cheaper.
You could substitute Equivite for Crunchy Kelp meal
( £3.00 for 1 kilo ) from CCMoore

HG_CARPING is not surfing CarpForum at the moment
View the profile of HG_CARPING (Hunter)
HG_CARPING
Posts: 125
   Old Thread  #529 4 Dec 2019 at 7.43pm Login so you can post / reply  Register so you can join in!
In reply to Post #528
So i am looking at making BM1, ive never made baits beofre and wondered whether this would be alright. do i need equivite as im on a budget?

30 lt94
15 maize protien
13 megablend
10 semolina
10 soya flour
8.5 PDFM
8.5 Vitamelo
( all from ccmoore)

Is there anything else i need to add to the mix? i am unsure on what else to add.

cheers,
Hunter

Page: 1 of 37  
  
  © Copyright 2002-2020  -  www.CarpForum.co.uk contact : webmaster@carpforum.co.uk