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    John Hawkins Guest

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    Trying out the Coshida cat food recently on my local haunt - however had extreme difficulties keeping it on the hook when casting! The carp loved it over a bed of frenzied hemp - the water was boiling but getting it to them was difficult. Tried hair rigging it using a piece of grass as a bait stop. Tried putting it directly on the hook. Help!!

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    John Pleasance Guest

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    Dog food is just so much more obedient!
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    MALC DOYLE Guest

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    With Coshida the best one for casting as it's slightly tougher is the type in Jelly not Gravy and the best flavour for toughness is the Beef.

    And a totaly different brand is even better which is the Vitacat brand from Aldi it's a lot tougher and also got a stronger flavour.

    With the Vitacat i've never had any problems casting a bait upto 70yds on a hair.


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    Rodney Wrestt Guest

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    John,
    Try putting it in the fridge overnight and keep it in a coolbag, only taking out what you need for short periods at a time.

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    Chrisx Ess Guest

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    Try Asda 'Tiger', lamb and rabbit flavour (about 30p each). Most pieces stay on very well, though some go, of course. I often hair rig 3 or 4 at a time. Sometimes I use it in a hair riggeed cocktail - a trigga boilie, a dog biscuit or two (also Asda) and the lamb'n'rabbit. I drain off the sludge to use in the feeder. Yes, I do catch using the cocktail - best so far, a 5lb tench. just to finish off the advert for Asda, I use their sweetcorn too...

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    Simon Bridges Guest

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    John,
    Had the very same problem.Rodney's advice re:keep it cold is a good one. I have started to use Felix in jelly as this seems a lot tougher than the rest.Its worth leaving exposed for a while as well to develop a slightly'crusty' apearance which helps considerably and does not seem to affect bites.

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    william cowen Guest

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    try bakers, its superb and the carp go radged for it....

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    Robert Draper Guest

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    Has anyone tried making a dog/cat food paste. I had trouble casting meat when I needed to fish the far bank recently and I found that an emergency paste of meat, jelly and ordinary white crumb carefully moulded around a hair rigged chunk caught me a couple of low doubles.

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