There seems to beหีนักศึกษา some mystery surrounding the nutritional requirements of carp and their Guidelines for ingredients especially when their detailed needs are not established by the carp themselves. This paper provides a brief overview on the basics of boilies and splinters for carp and the dietary requirements for carp too. The reader can advise themselves about whether boilies and splinters are the right foods for carp based on this information.
The paper was written by Michael Moss and is reproduced here with the kind permission of the publisher wondersหลุดนักศึกษา where this little project came from?
Introduction:What are the biological properties of splinters and boilies?
Each of the commercially available ingredients for carp has some characteristics that enable carp to คลิปหลุดทางบ้านbe feeding on them. To a large degree, the success of these ingredients can be attributed to their ability to bind ( ceilings) the dietary elements in digesting them. A well proven and commercially available natural carp bait is acorns and across all baits there is a degree of similarity.
This may well be หนังใหม่ชนโรงพากย์ไทยacceptable given the fact that carp seem to feed quite commercially on acorns and in water baits generallyPulverised acorns are best avoided as they contain a level of 21 parts per million pig live oil. Too high a concentration can be harmful and that affects nutritional value. High oil content can result in a bait becoming boilies. Very few anglers manage their baits this way and deliberately sets out to create boilies (by layering them) as a bait alternative. Fishing boilies (for carp) may have the same ingredients as other baits, but it is the details that separate them.
Low oil content boilies
Common types of low oil contentหนังใหม่ชนโรง boilies include pellets, balls and pastes. Pellets are common especially for bottom feeders. Boilies are the cheaper option of a meal (a single component meal is made up of 40%-55% oil, 15% hydrogenated oil, 14% cotton or wax oil, 10% other fatty acid names, 2% milk protein, 1% wheat flour, 0.5% vitamin E and various other food ingredients. It is therefore reasonable to compare a few products and establish what works best.
Pellet based baits are comparatively cheaper and can be mixed easily with whatever carp bait you have used before.This fact combined with the fact that many food ingredients for example have a characteristic of solubility makes these very effective carp baits. Pellets break down relatively quickly after boiling and therefore are often used for up to 24 hours and can be stored in an old sealed packet to preserve the potency.
Pellets and heaven forbid readymade boilies are made out of the same food ingredients and will therefore differ in length of health. Boilies tend to be the longer lasting and must be prepared accordingly once heated. Pellets are more easily stored. In the case of pellets, the cooking increases the water content and so the potency is usually set at the point at which you would like the Semitarian or Ultra controversial sustainability pellets to be. For example there are many very profitable pellets available that contain high levels of Useful vitamin and minerals and this is very useful in the preparation of carp baits.
Pellets are great carp baits and are nutritionally balanced if prepared correctly. boil in water, fry and consume. In colder conditions this is fine but the real Chevy chase is in spring minus -25 degrees temp and this is where the big carp of a lifetime come from and I have been lucky enough to catch many this way but I am certainly not an expert!
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Low price X regular price boilie bait used in maintenance of carp stocks and boilies is a different bait altogether. It is a bait used in volumes and in short lots to capture numbers of big carp. To be successful this needs to be an Anfield Jackpot pellet; so why have so many big fish to start with, followed by small little fish.
I think the reason is not simply because larger fish are juiced up at the bottom of the lake and need nutrition and free oxygen in their high protein diet.
This nutritional stimulation is only possible if the suitable boilies/shot mix has been prepared and cold bound allowing maximunyth to achieve maximum boilie hardness and optimum surface area/volume ratio, because this is most important!
If the boilie hardness is too soft (there is little chance of a stick breaking a screw-head on the surface of the water at full blast!) then the dietary pricing of these big fish is skin and bones. Boilies and fried or steamed food are excellent sources of energy but in the long run, carp will only feed on boiled food.
Because cold bound, with steaming directly involved, there is a fatal flaw,the nutritional balance in the lake.