Honey-Maple seeds Boilie I posted a new recipe a long time ago, but putting together a new boilie and then testing the finished boilie is a lot of work. You can't throw the ingredients together at random, then add a few eggs and the boiler is ready. If we don't know exactly why each ingredient is included, it's just a ball of dough that either works or it doesn't. One of the main ingredients of these recipes is a very exciting ingredient, maple seeds meal. In addition to its high sugar content, due to its outstanding protein content among vegetable meals, it is a great delicacy for carp and grasscarp. A frequently asked question is what boilie I recommend for grasscarp fishing. The answer to this is simple, nothing really. Various seeds, especially fermented ones, are more suitable for carp fishing. If I had to recommend a boilie for catching grasscarp, this would be it. This already shows that this boilie is a real summer delicacy for carp and grasscarp. Perhaps the reason this bait produced outstanding results is because few people use maple seeds as a raw material for boilies, so there is no negative experience associated with it, for the fish. Don't forget! Let the indicator sound loudly, the rod bend properly, and most importantly, your own boilie on the hook! You can find all the ingredients needed for the boilie at www.baitmarket.eu.
Dry ingredients: 200g Maple seeds meal 100 g Witte molen (yellow softfood) 100g Corn gluten 150g Fullfat soymeal 100g Brewer's yeast 100g Milk powder 100g Poultry protein concentrate 50g carob meal 50g of blood plasma 50 g Egg albumin Liquid ingredients: 50ml Corn germ liqueur 20ml Honey or maple syrup 20ml Tigernut extract 20ml Corn germ oil 5ml Maple aroma 5 ml Scopex aroma 2-3 ml Butyric acid 7-8 eggs István Mészáros