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    Hey guys I been making some but wondered have any of ou made them without semolina? I hate the stuff

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    Yep, used maize flour and soya together as a binding/bulking agent. I'm sure I remember reading somewhere that maize flour was a better/easier to digest sorce of carbs than semo

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    why do you hate semolina, were you made to eat it as a kid its a good binding agent in baits and all the baits i make have some in, i doubt that you would find any commercialy made baits that dont contain semolina, in fact years ago when i was even more skint than i am now i used bait made up of just soya and semo, they caught fish just the same as baits costing £1 each, most of a bait goes in one end and out the other without the fish getting much from them as there digestive system cannot get the most from them.
    Last edited by the blanker; 04-09-2011 at 08:12.
    i think thats what they called me.

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    all you need is 6 ounces of semolina, 4 ounces of soya flour. makes a great boilie base. best flavour for this is richworth condensed milk with a 2 drops of geranium oil (nutrabaits) go cath them mate...

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    semolina----aaaagggghhhh

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