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    Just bought some of the Mosella stuf and will try it shortly Anybody use it, good or not?

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    Yes, I use it. I'm not overly convinced by the coloured/flavoured versions, but it stays on the hook very well.

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    I've used if on and off for while now (but never tried the flavoured versions) but it catches fish, can also be hair rigged to a small band and cast to a distance without coming off.
    That's about as big as a fish that big gets
    If you understand what you’re doing, you’re not learning anything................

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    Ok ok I am convinced; have just ordered some

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    Quote Originally Posted by barbelboi View Post
    can also be hair rigged to a small band and cast to a distance without coming off.
    Yep, for long range work, I band it, either with the band on a hair or on the shank of the hook.

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    Quote Originally Posted by barbelboi View Post
    can also be hair rigged to a small band and cast to a distance without coming off.
    Yep, for long range work, I band it, either with the band on a hair or on the shank of the hook.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mikench View Post
    Ok ok I am convinced; have just ordered some
    Make sure it's not stale or you may have to cut off a slice with fishing line, or Sensor......................
    That's about as big as a fish that big gets
    If you understand what you’re doing, you’re not learning anything................

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    I was using it a lot last season floating on top for summer carp it stay on the hook well BUT don’t make it to soggy did find it a bit of a ****** to cut with line as they tell you to do the line would break or the bread would crack. I found that it cut better without cracking the bread with a half of hacksaw blade.

    I have also tried (CHAILLOU 1 BREAD) that works well
    Link https://www.decathlon.co.uk/1-chaill...d_1606088.html


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    Not used the stuff myself but a mate has and he has managed to keep it attached in some reasonably strong Trent flows.

    It didn't set his world alight but did offer him a way into bread fishing which he refuses point blank to do with conventional flake and crust where there's a flow.

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    Not used it myself but based on last Wednesday's experience I reckon that's what the service station at Dorking makes its sandwiches from. ! You could roof a shed with the ham too !

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