How To Make a Large Amount Of Boilies Very Quickly And Easily!

boilie chunks finishedToday I’m gonna show you how to make ‘Boilies’ very quickly and in the easiest way possible. And when I say boilies I really mean boilie chunks or as I like to call it ‘boilie biscuit’.

What are boilie chunks your asking yourself? Well it’s basically using a common boilie base mix but removing the rolling step of the process by cutting the dough mix into chunks and boiling it.

As well as showing you a step by step on how to make boilie chunks, I will also list the positives and negatives of making these baits for carp fishing.

For this example I will make a mainline ‘CELL’ type boilie chunk recipe because in my latest campaign I’ve been targeting large carp at a local lake which Cell and white/pale type baits do really well and didn’t really want to spend a small fortune baiting up areas with ready-made boilies.

The steps on how to make boilie chunks

So follow along with these steps if you want to make boilie chunks:

Step 1 – Make the basemix and liquid/egg mix

boilies chunks CELL recipeThe basemix for a 500g mix is:

  • Semolina – 210 g
  • Soya – 125g
  • Maize Meal – 65g
  • Milk powder – 30g
  • Desiccated Coconut – 10g
  • Ground Almonds – 10g
  • Wheat Germ – 50g
  • Tea spoon of chilli flakes

The liquid mix is:

  • 3 eggs
  • Mainline’s Cell Activator Liquid
  • vanilla extract (optional)

Step 2 – Make a dough ball with the mix

Step 3 – Flatten the dough on a cutting board or side board

boilie chunks dough mix

Step 4 – Cut up the mix into chunks and place onto a towel or old apron

boilie chunks - cutting up

Step 5 – Boil some water in a saucepan (make sure its bubbling before you can add the chunks)

Step 6 – Remove the chunks after around two minutes and dry on a towel

Step 7 – Leave on the towel for around 3-5 hours then transfer to an air dryer bag

Step 8 – Dry for around 24 hours then use or put them in ziplock freezer bag and into the freezer

boilie chunks finished

Next I will explain the positives and negatives of using boilie chunks so you can decide if you want to make them.

Positives to making boilie chunks

  • Quick and easy to produce large quantities which is great for preparing for long sessions or campaigns to catch specimen carp
  • Very cheap to produce, which will save you money in the long run
  • Carp always see round baits so give them something different with boilie chunks
  • Carp love them!

Negatives to making boilie chunks

  • Can’t use a throwing stick alternatively you can use a catapult or just by hand

Thanks for reading

Thanks for reading this post on how to make boilie chunks, this little edge really does save you time, money, very easy to make and helps you catch lots of carp. If you try this recipe comment below I would love to see the results you have had using this method and be sure to check out my other post on homemade boilie making.

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