White Feed Pellets
Common sense tells you that white pellets will
be seen more easily by the fish then a dark brown pellet in the
deeper water where it can get quite dark. So here is the all
new way to turn your pellets white.
Step 1 Tip three large (200ml) pole cup loads
of 2mm or 4mm pellets into a bait tub and cover them in
water for 10 seconds.
Step 2 Drain off all the water, the pellet will
have softened and swelled slightly
Step 3 Tip the damp pellets in a plastic
Step 4 Add two heaped teaspoons of
Sensa Tracix dye. Available in tackle shops, it costs
£2.65 for A 100g tub
Step 5 Squirt a glug of flavour into the
Step 6 Blow air into the bag, Twist it
shut and shake to coat every pellet in the dye/flavour.
Leave the pellet overnight. The sticky white gunge keys into
Hint - Hook Pellets
If you keep your feed pellets the standard
brown, and you slightly bigger hook pellets and follow the
above instructions to turn them white, you have a 98% more
chance of the fish taking the hook bait