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    Default cheap glug pot

    Sainsburys basics peanut butter comes in a plastic wide necked pot, ideal for re-use as a glug pot for 62p.

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    Default Re: cheap glug pot

    You could even try the peanut butter as a glug or bait coating.

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    Quote Originally Posted by steph mckenzie View Post
    You could even try the peanut butter as a glug or bait coating.
    Works beautifully for chub...


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    Quote Originally Posted by steph mckenzie View Post
    You could even try the peanut butter as a glug or bait coating.
    Not when I can eat it!

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    Default Re: cheap glug pot

    pop up boiles also come in a plastic tub that can be re-used for glug
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    I have noticed that the cardboard insert in the lid is not very very good with liquids. I have solve this by putting a piece of polythene over the top of the jar before screwing on the lid. I have been using bits of carrier bag for this because they are free.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jimlad View Post
    Works beautifully for chub...


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    Default Re: cheap glug pot

    Marmite glug stick to the bait like s*** to a blanket! Great fish Attracter is yeast!

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    Default Re: cheap glug pot

    35mm film containers make glug pots for a couple of boilies or pellets at a time. If you ask the assistants at photo processing shops they'll probably give you a few although they probably won't process that much film these days.

    Personally I use small plastic food containers that fit inside a similar but larger box. I can put 20 or 30 boilies (I'm guessing) inside the larger box and 10 or a dozen glugged boilies inside the small box. For the afternoon sessions I usually enjoy that's plenty.

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    Big user of both peanut butter (smooth) and Marmite, with the former better in summer months smeared on the bread for carp. However I keep both in my bag at all times as the latter is god in winter smeared on various meat baits
    Strangely enough I have tried making bread paste with both (as a wrap on a hair rigged cork ball) and although it has worked on occasion the 'smear' method works better, for me, anyway!!
    I have improved my floating bread fishing by using both of the above................

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