Dynamite baits Source boilies

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Dynamite baits Source boilies

Postby Will from Notts » 19 Jul 2010 20:40

I highly reccomend these boilies in the 10 & 15mm sizes over a bed of hempseed & 4mm source pellets, has anybody else been using them?

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Re: Dynamite baits Source boilies

Postby shippo11 » 23 Jul 2010 00:29

Always in my bag a great go to bait......
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Re: Dynamite baits Source boilies

Postby Jedd Hughes » 23 Jul 2010 19:00

Hi

I currently use the small source pellets in my loose feed and yes I have caught in the past with their boilies, great smell.

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Re: Dynamite baits Source boilies

Postby runhunt » 25 Jul 2010 21:45

yes same, although i think they are slightly diferenrt this year, has anyone else noticed a diference or any comments? ps, the smaller size is good for Roach.
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Re: Dynamite baits Source boilies

Postby keithy61 » 26 Jul 2011 21:41

caught 3 decent chub a 12pound barbel on 10mm last4 trips the texture is great
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Re: Dynamite baits Source boilies

Postby Lee P » 04 Nov 2012 21:21

Do you find they're good in the winter?




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Re: Dynamite baits Source boilies

Postby runhunt » 05 Nov 2012 20:35

Hi Lee, yes, wrapped in source paste, but sadly the chub love them more than the barbel, ( used to anyway)
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