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Discussion in 'Carp Discussions' started by traphunter, May 9, 2004.
How do you prepare chick peas to use them as a carp bait? Thanks
1.) Put dried Chick Peas in saucepan and cover with Spring Water (not tap water).
2.) Add whatever kind of flavoring you like....usually just a little bit will do it. I will normally add about 2 TBS of vanilla when I'm using vanilla.
3.) Bring to a boil and boil for 4 mins. Turn off.....take off heat.....and let sit in that "brine" for 24 hrs. They will be ready to use then.
really an excelent bait
Try boiling for 5 mins in tomato soup with a bunch of hot sauce- the hottest you can find. Let sit overnight. Rig on a hair.
Chick peas are a fantastic bait. Very versatile Pick your flavor- boil for just a bit and let sit overnight.
I've boiled them with BBQ sauce and hot sauce, but never tomato sauce. Interesting
Thanks for the info.
You can also freeze the left overs. Got this info from cwcarper. Anyways, I made some killer chick peas. I soaked mine in nothing but banana extract. I believe it was for a couple days. Just soft enough to poke a needle through them. They are VERY potent. Mixed a little pianapple oil with them the last day. THE CATKING !!!
Ok, stupid question time. What is a chick pea?
Chick peas are better known as Garbonzo beans.
Thomas, ya gotta get out of the country once in awhile JEEZE US !!!!!!! THE CATKING !!!
Now wouldn't the "Country" name be chick pea? I know what a Garbanzo bean is and I'm about as country as they come. Never heard of a chick pea though. Jeeze crapking, I mean catking, cut a brother some slack
DA KING !!! did cut you slack with what I posted Later Gator..........DA KING !!!
LOL! Sad thing is, I believe you about that!