Corn Bream carp baits are quite useful for catching fish because their lifelike appearance and corn smell will attract them
It is an excellent choice for freshwater or saltwater fishing, rivers and lakes, reservoirs, ponds, streams, ocean boat fishing, ocean rock fishing, ocean beach fishing, and lake You want to catch carp, don't you? You may want to give these carp lures a try.
Fishermen who enjoy making their own lures will appreciate this set of 30 soft baits
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Questions & Answers
Couldn't it be better to buy a 50 cent can of corn so that you could fish?
There's no need to remove the plastic corn from If you bait a hair rig you have to put your bait in the water all the time, so having a scented bait that will not fall off causes you to catch more fish because it stays in the water for longer
Is it ok to rig them up with hair?
It is not clear if they float when they are brand The information came to my attention by mistake. The sweet corn oil I add to them helps them float and increases their size from normal corn to feed corn size. I already add a great smell to them before I add the spices. A bass worm would also be a good comparison for the softness. As compared to more expensive corns, they function more like pencil erasers. Despite the oil's softening properties, they will not be as soft. That should be of some help. Keep your lines tight!
Whether it is legal or not. Do I live somewhere where it's not real corn?
In this case, it is definitely As far as I know, you can also use real corn as chum, you just can't use it for feedings
What are the implications of using these ?
That's right, you can do that.
Selected User Reviews For Xhope 30 pcs TPR Simulation Fake Soft Baits Corn Carp Fishing Lures Floating Baits with Nice Scent
I like the product very much
The best carp bait I've ever used! Floating is okay, but do not expect one or two pieces to float too well with There are two pieces and it sinks very slowly. It looks just like natural wood. As a result of my hair rig, the corn really does pop up off the bottom Probably 40 carp have been caught so far in this pack, and I still have ten or so to catch. It's so good to have baits that last so long. It's inevitable that they will fling off sometimes.
| Dec 07, 2020
What are you looking for? Are you trying Here are some great ideas! It was about 90 minutes apart that I caught those fish using this great bait on a hair rig with an in-line hook You can add lines by feeding them
Will be buying more in the future! The product would have been better if it came in a 60-piece I also caught a PB using these, despite the hair rig, this time around - A line feeder and pack bait are both available. We are about to place another order.
| Feb 20, 2021
Corn would look like this
It is obvious to fish that one type of food is different from another. In the beginning, let's look at As long as it stays on the hook, it looks like corn. Let's move on to the negatives A fish will not be attracted to it. It has been a couple days now since I bought the package, and I have not gotten a single nibble or bite. A ship that does not float is also not an aeroplane. Overall, this is a good thing. It was nice not to have paid Definitely not a purchase I would make.
| Nov 19, 2020
In line with the advertising
The information presented here is pretty good. Despite the price, it lives up to its promises, but I wish there was more to it. I have poked a hook or needle through it several times to rig it up, and it seems pretty sturdy even if it smells like popcorn jellybeans. This has worked quite well for me on a hair rig in catching carp.
| Feb 07, 2021
I have never had any problems with these! I strongly recommend this product
It works well with these. During the course of 2 days, I caught 4 carp from The 12 pounders came in three and the 1 pounder came in one The total weight is 20 lbs. A hair rig and #4 hook are used to catch this carp. Almost identical to corn in both appearance and smell. Recommend it highly.
| Oct 04, 2020
My first experience with fake corn was not with it, but after fishing at a few locations where there are a lot of small fish that steak your bait I The fact that you are not sitting there waiting for a bite only to discover that your bait was stolen an hour ago (I target carp) appeals to me. This is to let you know In its own right, it isn't very effective. Make sure you keep real corn in your mouth while you're using it.
| Apr 28, 2021
It has been a great start so far
As you can see, it floats. The hooks won't float if you use this method. However, it will work with a hair rig just fine. It feels soft to the touch and smells very similar to My review will be updated once they are tried.
| May 18, 2021
The product is pretty durable and of good quality
These are good because they seem to stay on my hair rigs for a while. They have a pleasant sweet corn scent as well. Only negative thing I can say about the hooks is that they have too little room for floats. It may be possible to use small hooks. It is also possible to arrange three to four pieces on top. Nonetheless, it is more important to make them larger in order to ensure that they will float while rigged rather than making them exactly the same size as actual corn. A fish isn't going to turn into a suspicious just because that kernel seems gigantic. There was a chance of getting boilies if I'd gotten them. Other than that, it's not bad. The star rating is 4.
| Apr 18, 2021