How to make krill-coated boilies

How to make krill-coated boilies

Smothering your boilies in a krill coating can really make them stand out, says Sticky's Dan Wildbore

In Autumn I like to reduce the baiting levels, but up the attraction of it. There are times when I do up the bait, but the fish will let me know when I need to do this. You can always put it in but never take it back out again.

What carp could resist these?!

What carp could resist these?!

I like to ramp up my boilies by using a very simple but extremely effective tactic. I get my boilies a couple of days before I go fishing and give them a coating of the Pure Krill Liquid. I give them 24-hours so soak some of the liquid in, give them another mix around and the access liquid will attach to the bait again.

Then, I add some of the Krill Powder to them. Again, just enough so that it sticks to the bait and each boilie has a coating of it.

Sticky's fine Krill Powder is the perfect coating for fishmeal boilies

Sticky's fine Krill Powder is the perfect coating for fishmeal boilies

When it comes to going fishing, the baits will have a paste like coating around them that is brimming with attraction. From watching fish feed on this bait underwater, it was incredible. It draws in all the smaller fish as all that liquid leaks off the bait and the powder begins to break up and spread across the swim. This activity draws the carp in straight away and you end up getting really quick bites.

Dan with a lovely mirror caught on this tactic

Dan with a lovely mirror caught on this tactic