Self-preparation of bait for bream
To make your own bait for bream is quite simple. The base can be any, but most often it is used rice cracker and ground unroasted sunflower seeds. As additives can serve a variety of plant seeds, peas, buckwheat and fried to Golden state oat groats and millet.
Keep in mind that big bream can be caught in the presence of light components in the bait. Such components include the bran and sunflower seeds, which is pre-boil in boiling water. Such action will reduce the surface of the bait to the surface and go away from the place of biting, thereby ensuring the exclusion of small fish and attract large enough instances.
Although purchase copies of the mixture are attractive to bream, it’s just as well bite the bait, made his own home.
Often, it is made of:
- sunflower cake;
- pearl barley;
- oat flakes or flour;
- any other type of grains or seeds of cereals.
The above components are mixed and ground in a coffee grinder. Large size grains are not necessary as the fine fraction enables faster and to a greater extent to absorb the water their scent, thereby reducing the time to attract fish. Another big plus of small grains can be called low uptake them the fish itself. And, as the fish more time is fed, catching food, allows fishermen a lot longer to do without additional bait.
Often already in the mixture impose additional aromatic ingredients designed to increase attraction to fish the bait. Modern fishing stores offer a huge selection of different flavors like fruit directions, and other. As with most chemical elements, with the addition of these aromatic substances is an important measure. It is only a little overzealous, and instead of bringing bait will scare away the fish. Another thing — natural. Often used as flavorings powdered milk (which is necessary a little) and natural honey.
It is not always appropriate to apply the purchased bait in General. It is much better to build on it and enrich the already time-tested and good polewali additives. As additives are possible chopped maggot, worm or bloodworm.