First we put about 5kg of boilies in a bucket, e.g. our P.R. Baits & Rods 12.5L boxes. Here you can see nicely the reddish color, which is created by the Robin Red. Our Bloodys, as we affectionately call them, stand out not only because of their 40% LT fish meal, but also because of another attractor. This attractor is N-butyric acid – also called butyric acid. This attractor contains a nitrogen compound that twitchfly larvae also excrete. The little red worms are often found in the mud. When fishing on muddy ground, often when cranking in the mount some of these little worms hang on the lead. Pay attention – that’s how you know the rod was just right…!
Next, our tinned sugar midge larvae come into play – our Red Bloodworms. These little worms are ideal to enhance stick mixes, particles or as here – the boilies you use for feeding and fishing and give you the final touch. Also, our red worms are suitable for direct fishing on the hook. Here it is recommended to loop the Bloodys into nets, e.g. ArmaMesh – these can then be fished easily on the hair and various bait presentations can be offered under water.
Finally to the procedure we add some of our Bloodworm Extract Liquid. This liquid contains a liquid attractors that are proven to be very responsive to large carp. This is topped off with whole and chopped red sugar midge larvae. Here you should tip some of the liquid over the boilies by feel. After that, the entire contents of the bucket is shaken well again. Now a light, liquid and sticky layer has settled on the outer skin of the boilies.
Now the boilies are already ready for use….
Finally, we recommend you let it dry for a few hours! Thus, the liquid is nicely absorbed into the outer skin of the boilies and then gradually releases its attractiveness in the water. In addition, drying the boilies has another advantage. On waters where you can not feed with the boat, it helps only with the throwing tube to bring the boilies at a distance. This would only be possible to a limited extent with the freshly wetted boilies. So in the end all attractors stick to the dry boilies and they are perfect for feeding with the casting tube.