Making the right bait for silver carp is important for successful fishing.
Cooking bait for silver carp
We buy one kilogram of yellow peas. Pour 3.5 - 4 liters of water into the container and put on the stove. Pour grains of peas into warmed, but not yet boiling water. When the water boils, add 2 - 2.5 teaspoons of soda. Cook for a long time and constantly stir so that the mixture does not burn. Cook until thick jelly. Stir better with a wooden spatula. Peas should ideally all be boiled, but some amount will still remain unboiled.
Now we take a colander, put it in a large bowl and pass pea jelly through it, stirring it with a wooden spatula. A mixture of about three liters was obtained. We bring this mixture to a boil, and then slowly pour it in, constantly stirring one kilogram of semolina. Thoroughly mix our dough with a spatula. Remove the pan from the stove and add about half a kilogram of semolina. It becomes difficult to interfere. Pour the remaining half kilogram of semolina onto the kitchen board, put half of the hot dough here and gently knead with your hands.
Knead the dough until it stops sticking to your hands. Knead it will take a long time.
Add technoplankton to the resulting dough. The remaining dough in the pan is prepared in the same way. Total for one kilogram of peas, we added two kilograms of semolina. The cooled bait is stored in a bag in the refrigerator. Such bait fill the spring. The bait for silver carp should be pushed in the water - this is necessary for successful fishing. Silver carp loves subtle odors, so add a little melted honey to the dough.
Catching a silver carp is quite simple. We are waiting for the windy weather and go fishing. The maximum of pleasure is provided to you.