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Post by shanehiggins on Sat Oct 03, 2009 1:46 pm

i am looking for some infomation really, i am going to france next April and i have the chance of some shelf life boilies, what i want to know is how long do shelf life last? can they be frozen if so will this affect the boilie? i dont want to pay out for these boilies only to get there and find they are no good. tight lines all geek

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Post by Dando on Sun Oct 04, 2009 7:53 am

Self life are good for one thing .... (bin) errrr i mean short sessions

if your going to france next april you have more than enough time to save up and buy frozen baits

shelf life are not particularly good for carp as there are a lot of additives in them and they take for ever to break down hence them been called "shelf life"

Freezer baits are the way forward a good sorce of food and hold a lot of protein in them and the carp can tell a good quality boilie to a naff shelf-life one. stick with freezer baits and knock the shelf life back pal.

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Post by shanehiggins on Sun Oct 04, 2009 8:16 am

thanks for that i know there was alot of talk over shelf life and freezer, will keep me money in me pocket till next year then buy frozen

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Post by Dando on Sun Oct 04, 2009 8:20 am

there are a lot of good bait makers these days it's just finding one you like and are confident in using

and what i mean by that is it works for you you catch on it and you know that when you have 1 blank session it's not the bait if you get me

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