What is your most successful meat flavourings

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FiveSpiceMaster

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yeah carp always seem to go for the spicier or more oily baits - i use turmeric paprika and chilly powder,
on my pond its a deadly combination
 

spamlessuk

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Another vote for tumeric, halibut oil, liquid pellet and once Scopex when i picked up the wrong bottle.

The scopex flavoured meat didn't seem to put them off anyway.

The liquid pellet worked a treat for barbel but this was on a river where they hadn't really been fished for before so it may have been novelty value as I doubt they had ever seen a pellet before.
 

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Garlic powder and red food dye leave overnight in the fridge ( the one in the shed of course )
 

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Predator Plus works a treat for me and Molasses but you have to soak it for ages and then soak it some more which is a pain!
 

Godber

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Lake water is my favourite flavouring for meat.
 

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fresh whipped cream , the mrs acts like a carp to that , never fails to get a bite lmao
 

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Strawberry or beetroot juice let it soak over nite in freezer
 
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rchippex

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My most successful to date is 'the source' I soaked the meat in it for two days in the fridge prior to fishing with it. Bagged me 12 carp from 6-14lb in a day session.
 

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Originally posted by Godber

Lake water is my favourite flavouring for meat.

what that man said, I have done well on meat the last 2 times out a win and a 3rd, nothing but lake water on it
 
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