Question from Mark Lee Holbrook:
What amount of bait on average would one need if going France for first time for a week?
Answer from Shaun Harrison:
Hi Mark, it depends so much on the weather conditions at the time and the amount the fish have seen in the past – how clued up/educated they are. I find I use far less bait these days when I go to France than I ever have in the past. That perhaps surprises you as I should be telling you to purchase loads and make me rich!
Seriously though, I tend to fish in the same way as I do in the U.K. I always carry more bait than I need – just in case, with the view to bringing it home again if not used.
I tend to fish just one widespread baited area rather than 3 separate ones and keep the bait trickling in the one area rather than dumping a load in at once. I don’t think I have got through more than 15kg of boilies during the trip on my last couple of trips but have had plenty available should they suddenly start to get through it – this happened a few years ago on one venue where I ended up using most of what I took.
Generally speaking I like to start with a ‘taste’ for them – just a couple of kilo in differing sizes then watch how things progress.
Hi Shaun. Thank you for your views. That what I thought I would do trickle the bait .I heard so many different views of anglers taken 60/80kilo’s of bait been looking Angling Lines as well a few others. These marketing dvds/ web site don’t help matter showing all good fishing lol.
This may help a little – pretty much sums up how I set about my fishing.
Cheers mate wished every one was like you. Helping other Anglers in stead of all secrets all time
We are a dying breed LOL!
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