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  1. I've been eying this. http://www.ebay.com/itm/272411108154
  2. These have worked on the singles I caught a few weeks ago in the Ebay method feeders. Shoving a hook into the Q seemed just as difficult for me as it did for whoever's ronnie rig video I was watching. Have some of the bottom link on the way. http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItemVersion&item=142130501511&view=all&tid=1348130974004 http://www.ebay.com/itm/351780730854?_trksid=p2057872.m2749.l2649&ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT
  3. Lime Green Spectra 30 lb. braid for all carp I've caught. Green sharpie to the first 15 yards of line as the combo was for catfish. Don't know if the moss green makes a difference.
  4. When you know the price of sweetcorn, oatmeal, and hemp, but not the price of milk.
  5. Let me rephrase. For those using fake food and soaking with your real bait, how do you keep them separated? Leave it on the hooklength Tuck it in the corner etc.
  6. Lake was mostly frozen this afternoon when I got there. Duck stuck out in the center, and two dead shads? on the bank. I am headed to Texas for Christmas and will bring back my cold weather clothes. Still don't know if I want to be fishing or hunting with all the seasons open.
  7. When I run out of the Tink's I got on sale for $6 the stuff you posted will work out to be cheaper. At this rate though it will probably be June of next year. Try to stay inside if the high is less than 8C.
  8. Ah, now I remember. Would you say the full bottle weighs about 10 lbs.? Also, if you are planning on trying it in a PVA, let us know if it works or not.
  9. Is this the Tink's Boost stuff I photographed a month or two ago?
  10. Now that I have some floating and sinking corn, I would like to use it wisely. I have read about drilling holes in it, or slicing it to let the soak in, but what do you do, and what are you soaking your bait in?
  11. I noticed that at Kroger for oats, but the hemp was $2/lb. and cheaper than I had seen it other places. The only issue is that no one I know CPR fishes for carp here. Anyone in Ohio want to go halfsies?
  12. I live in Kentucky, but make my way up to Cincinnati, up to Xenia, and over to Wilmington every few weeks. I am hoping to get away from just oats, but don't have a house to store 50 lb. bags of everything. I've looked in most stores in my area, and can only find hemp by the pound. Are there any stores that I should be looking for that sell sweet feed, chicken feed, range cubes, maize, oats, etc. by the pound, or in less than 40 lb. bags?
  13. After reading some over the weekend, I changed two things. I was using quick oats, which I think is part of the problem, so I mixed in some Tink's sweet corn deer attractant and old fashioned oats into the remaining quick oats mix I had, and I changed out to garbanzo beans. I put a small glass jar with a vanilla extract/Brita filtered water mix in the microwave for 30 seconds, then added 15 garbanzo beans, put the lid on and let soak overnight. Poured the liquid into the mix, and kept the beans in the jar. Next time I will do ten beans, and much less or no water. I was worried that nuking the water might cause problems, but a channel cat, a mirror and a common bigger than my 24" net convinced me otherwise. 42" net is on it's way from BCT as the handle was broken by the cameraman, the method feeders I ordered arrived really quickly, and the yoga mat will be coming along.
  14. dust


    What are you chumming with? Have links to a website, and how are you putting that much out?
  15. dust


    Guess I need to burn through my quick oats and get back to old fashioned.
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