Chum mixer

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paul243

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Hi
I have been using "chum mixer" as floating carp bait but can't find it in any shop.Anyone know if it's still available or a similar alternative.It's caught me several fish!
 

paul243

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Thanks for replies,Tesco and the pets wharehouses don't have it.I can't remember what was on the box,was it "chum mixer"?,none of the stores have anything called "chum"
What's the Sainsbury's one called?
Thanks again
 

fishhead

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I got some Pedigree mixer from Wilko's last week. They're all uniform shape and all float.
 

supersuperleeds

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I've been using pedigree mixers for the last few weeks, catching quite a lot on them but they are hit and miss as to whether they float or not. Dirt cheap mind you, gonna try the sainsburys ones next
 

s444mjt

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i have been using the webbo ones from netto won our match with 108 lb last week so must be ok and cheap [:T]about 2.70 for match[:D][:D][:D]
 

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if you pump mixers in a pellet pump would they sink?
 

Simon R

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Originally posted by rodring

if you pump mixers in a pellet pump would they sink?
Some do - pedigree chum do 'cos I've tried 'em.
They become soft enough so that you can actually stick a hook through them should you wish.

Some of the cheaper ones just turn to mush when you pump 'em - they do sink but disintegrate pretty quick.

Simon
 

Allis_shad

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Asdas own brand!!Green box with a dog on it. As good as pedigree chum mixer and a fraction of the price. Simples
 
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