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    Default Re: Liquidised bread for roach fishing

    I buy the cheapest bread they have in the shop, save it for a few days and give it a blast. freeze it then blast it again whilst it's still frozen to get a finer crumb.
    To prevent it from braking up on the surface add a bit of water and gravel to get it down quick.

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    Default Re: Liquidised bread for roach fishing

    Fresh. Liquidise the lot - crusts and all - pass through relevant sized riddle. Pinkie, maggot or 1/2" depending on species your after

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    Default Re: Liquidised bread for roach fishing

    If you don't have time to do your own bread try Sensas punch crumb.
    Mixes quick and easy and does the job, not quite so good as doing your own but a decent stop gap.
    Last bag I bought was £3.75.

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