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What attracts carp to feed?

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Some have suggested that carp love boilies, bread crust, meat baits, fruity flavours, and stilton cheese. The best items are those that either emit favourable smells or contain ingredients which mimic them.

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  • What do fish do when it rains?

    Fish Behavior in Rainy or Windy Weather When it rains, insects get knocked into the water, so these fish will be biting more and staying close to the surface in a downpour. Fish like large mouth bass will come closer to the banks if it is windy.

  • What is the best rig for PVA bags?

    Short PVA Bag Rig

    • A size 8 wide gape hook, fake 'sinking' maggot, balance a single grain of pop-up corn exactly.
    • This is a short rig only three to four-inches long.
    • Simply tied with a piece of tubing to position the Hair and act as a kicker.
    • A small, bright bait wafting over some pellet is difficult for any carp to resist.

  • Do crayfish reproduce asexually or sexually?

    It has generally been stated that crayfish do not reproduce asexually, so any case when apparently unmated females released eggs would likely have been attributed to sperm storage in the annulus ventralis, which had been documented earlier [13].

  • How do you make juicy crawfish?

    The secret to great crawfish is not boiling the crustaceans, but instead poaching them in hot water, allowing them to soak up seasonings as they finish cooking. Costanza and McCusker brought the covered pot of water and seasonings to a hard rolling boil, which took 15 to 20 minutes.

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