It can be used both in seed mixtures and as a hook bait. It is a high-carbohydrate and high-protein grain crop. Chickpeas are most often used cooked soft.
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It can be used both in seed mixtures and as a hook bait. It is a high-carbohydrate and high-protein grain crop.
Chickpeas are most often used cooked soft.
The simplest method of preparation requires pre-soaking. It is necessary to let it stand for about half a day, then cook it for half an hour. It can be used in a seed mixture with corn, rapeseed, wheat, but it can also be used as a hook bait, most simply offered on a hair rig.
If you want to mix with groundbait, it is advisable to continue soaking in light saltwater for 24 hours, then cook for 20 minutes. We can then let it stand in a covered pot for a few days while the grains start to ferment. It releases slimy liquid during fermentation, but this should not be washed off of it as it is a nutrient-rich bait that is attractive to fish. Finally, the grains are crushed or ground in a mortar, and the resulting pasty, chopped chickpeas are mixed into the groundbait.
It has a protein content of 18-20% and a carbohydrate content of around 45-50%, so like maple seeds, chickpeas are mainly attractive to carp and grass carp.