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- Irresistible Carp Pellets For Maximum Fishing Success! You probably use pellet work. But there is much more to use, adapt, increase and even make pellets than most anglers ever realized! You can have much more success in utilizing pellets when you know much more about them and what to do to significantly improve any pellet work! Even better, you can make your own homemade pellets and give your fish the greatest reasons to feed with incredibly strong ingredients and particularly powerful components. so read now! It was a time when the head of carp fishermen used trout pellets in one way or another and the choice of pellets was quite limited compared to today. The pellets were usually measured and made for boilers and pastes. Pellets were also used as free baits but were most often introduced simply without any further treatments or adaptations to make them much more effective in making feed. The idea to consider is that pellets such as trout pellets, salmon pellets and halibut pellets are intended to add weight to farmed fish for maximum profit. They are not optimized to make fish feed most of all. They are optimized to ensure that most food is effectively biologically reshaped, so that the farmer has healthy fast-growing fish to make the most of. Feed triggering efficiency is not the main goal at all! This point is a huge man who remembers every time you use pellets that are not specifically designed for carp fishing! This point means that you must treat pellets to maximize their impact on the discharge trigger! You may well assume that halibut pellets are ideal for carp, but they are definitely not ideal for health and certainly not optimized for maximum number of bites. These pellets are intended for fish with higher protein requirements and higher energy requirements, which also means that sea fish and salmon fish such as salmon and trout have higher oil content than carp, since carp metabolism is lower than other fish. Halibut pellets are high in oil and are used in volumes of fishermen all the time on lakes are badly new to carp because this imbalances their ability to generate energy and burn away stored fats and glycogen in and around the main organs and adversely affect blood triglycerides and cholesterol in the body. High oil effects cause vitamin E deficiency and since this is a very potent antioxidant, the immune system and other roles and functions reduce carp. Fatty liver is just a symptom of exaggerated salmonids and halibut pellets used by the fishermen using these in spod and PVA product mixtures and as other forms of free bait. It is crazy how many carps have enlarged livers that form a bulge on their side, which so many fishermen simply ignore, not realizing that they are damaging the fish's health by using such pellets! The effects all add up and actually slow down fishing slower, especially at the end of autumn, in winter and spring, because the large and ignorant use of pellets.