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Post by spatch on Sat Apr 28, 2012 7:34 pm

Hi.. Hi

Well this stuff from Korda seems to be the thing at the moment, everyone seems to be 'on it', sheep-style. But I've heard a load of bad as well as the good about the product (especially about the 12 pricetag for a small bottle!!! Jaw Drop ). So basically, I've read a lot of interesting stuff about this stuff, so thought I'd get something going on here... so yeah, anyone used it? Anyone know someone hows used it? Anyone planning to use it.. Question I know I won't be for that price anyhow...

....loving these smilies by the ways.....any excuse to get them in and I'm there... HaHaHa smugf1shing
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Post by chief on Sun Apr 29, 2012 4:51 am

it just seems to me to be the latest "must have" fad in carp fishing. just like most miracle baits it will run its corce and then the will "refind" a classic like sweetcorn..... but now with chilli and cous cous exploding bait trail - or something!

just let it ride out mate and do what you know works for you and your venue.
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Post by Kieran Docherty on Sun Apr 29, 2012 5:41 am

ive only really been fishing for 2 years and even im sick of the new fad products, i just ignore them till they have been used and abused and properly tested by other anglers who dont have affiliations.

But that said i know very little about it give it a shout but i can think of many other baits i could get for 12 lol.
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Post by dsb72 on Sun Apr 29, 2012 1:59 pm

Not used it.. not sure if i would ever use it.. if i'm honest.. am just not a follower of new stuff...

On a couple of the other forums.. apprently this has been banned from a few fishery's due to GOO's base mix, using some banned substances... which could be harmful to the fish etc...... Suspect

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Post by Stotty on Mon Apr 30, 2012 11:14 am

Sounds a lot like the old vision baits ectoplasm thats been round for years. But then again i say it all the time you can catch carp on plastic .. Wink

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Post by polarstar on Sat May 12, 2012 10:50 am

I bought the tutti frutti power smoke will be giving it a try next weekend and four days booked at stafford moor in june,
will let you all know how i get on with it.
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Post by polarstar on Tue May 22, 2012 2:36 pm

I did use the goo at riverton with not much result maybe the water was too murky but there was a green patch on the surface after casting.
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Post by Kieran Docherty on Tue May 22, 2012 2:38 pm

like a slick what is it really ?
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Post by spatch on Tue May 22, 2012 5:02 pm

Yeah....be interesting to see it on the next Korda Underwater DVD. They've been filiming one at linear and using a lot of the goo apparentely. I've seen it on a few carping blogs on youtube already though and I think it looks like horrible stuff. Like you said, it forms a green slick on the surface, doesn't look the heathliest thing in the world for the fish, so is definately not for me at the mo. This DVD's going to have to be pretty good to change my mind! :p
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Post by Kieran Docherty on Wed May 23, 2012 4:27 am

A slick can be a good thing but just use high oily baits fish in groundbait oil to mix with ect. Deadly in the summer think ill give it a miss though.
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Post by polarstar on Tue Jun 05, 2012 9:30 am

Well i used the goo again this weekend i did catch the carp when i was using it but i'm not convinced it's doing it on it's own or the boilies are doing the catching of the carp,
but maybe it did help with the green slick rising to the surface.
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