To prepare mash better before going fishing, for example, in the evening. For this you can use any available in-house, sort of decoy and water. You can cook catchability nozzle being directly on the beach. Bring a bit dry semolina and the water in the pond or on the river reach.
You can prepare the mash for the future, it filled the syringes and placing in the fridge. In the freezer ready attachment will lie, not sportives, up to 3 months.
The process of pre-cooking
So, take the pan in which you prepare the mash. This can be a glass jar with a wide mouth 150 grams, you can use the containers of plastic. Pour the cooked semolina in a pot and fill about half the volume. Take water at room temperature, but not boiling – boiling water acquires a peculiar smell, which is not like fish. Be careful not to pour, pour a thin stream of water below its level blocked Manne horizon of 5-10 mm. Now leave the jar of manna for 20-30 minutes alone. Let cereal take water and swell.
The basic process
But now comes the main cooking mash. Armed with a wooden or glass rod and begin methodically, if possible without interruption, shaken and stirred to swell the mass to obtain a viscous semolina mixture. This work will take time at least 15 minutes.
Do not use metal spoons or wire. Many carp are very sensitive to iron scents and it can affect the bite.
As a result, the consistency of the mass should be such that the talker could hang a long rope to stay on his raised wand, not breaking off. Chatterbox ready. You can leave it in the Bank, you can fill a talker a syringe, it will be convenient, forcing, wind the weight on the hook.
Fragrances and dyes
To head of the mash was still ulovistye, add flavorings. For example carp likes the extra smell of honey or garlic. Just don't overdo it – a strong and pungent smell, on the contrary, to scare away the fish. Use small hooks: No. 3.5 – 5.5.
Hook-winded talker with the help of wooden sticks or squeezed from the syringe. It turns out the ball from which the water is gradually separated by the smallest grain of alluring fish.
Experiment with color. This is good to use different food colorings. "No tail, no scales!"