Good Burley Recipe For Herring

 I was wondering a good burley recipe for herring i usually use jut pollard mixed with fish oil but it seems to me its just to plain any good things to add?

 


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Sat, 2017-09-16 14:47

 Try getting some waste from the fish and chip shop, called crackling, aside from that add a crunched up bag of potato chips. Need something floating on the surface.

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Burley

Sat, 2017-09-16 15:21

 Mate fished with some of the old boys and there secret weapon was pollard fishoil then ricebubbles. Cheep easy they go nuts for the ricebubbles floating on the surface. 

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Dry rice

Sat, 2017-09-16 17:20

 Bubbles

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 Pollard & oil but I also

Sat, 2017-09-16 18:11

 Pollard & oil but I also throw in a handfull of dry bread crumbs every now & again. Like the others have mentioned, Herring love floaties.

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Rabbit pellets

Sat, 2017-09-16 18:56

 I use pollard, fish oil, rabbit pellets and water to suit consistency as these hold well together in water. This gives them something to go into a feeding frenzy.

Also great for skippy.

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Blood and bone

Sat, 2017-09-16 19:20

Read in a Western Angler article a few years ago that adding a bit of blood and bone to your berley was dynamite on the hezzas 

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 I just use any left over fat

Sun, 2017-09-17 07:49

 I just use any left over fat from roasts or chops etc that I save up and mix with old rolls or bread. Some floats and some sinks, but always gets them around.

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I leave my leftover mulies

Sun, 2017-09-17 08:34

I leave my leftover mulies out for a night then use my drill and paint stirer to mash them up and then add the leftover fat from IGA chooks, pollard and enough water to make it a cement like consitancy and vac pack it and freeze. Lets out of constant light stream of burley for a good 45 mins and the hezza go nuts for it.

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As crazy as it sounds,  prawn

Sun, 2017-09-17 12:39

As crazy as it sounds,  prawn crackers from the good old chinese restaruants.

 

 

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Anything with corn in it

Thu, 2017-09-21 17:03

It doesn't matter what the mix is just add some corn to it and the herring go mad over it on the surface.