New Video – John with a 63lb Common

Here’s a recent John Baker Baits video of John with a 63lb common that was caught on his latest flavour, TM1. This is the first upload to the new John Baker Baits YouTube channel. We hope to be posting more soon… For more information about the John Baker range of specialist carp flavours, please get…

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sausage bait flavour

2 New Flavours Available Now…

I’m extremely pleased to announce that I’ve added two new flavour products to the website. My classic sausage bait flavour is back with a new name ‘The SIZZ’ and another great flavour, TM1 also returns.

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Cheese Special Bait Sauce

New Products Coming Soon…

There are two new and exciting JB product ranges now available. First is a new range of liquid ‘Bait Sauces’ in clear 250ml squeezy sauce bottles. These versatile products have wide range of uses and may be applied to boilies as a glug or dip, or used with pellets, particles or maggots. The key to…

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Supermilk

The importance of advanced bait

Boilies play a major role in the dietary habits of freshwater fish and this is especially the case with carp and barbel. There are now many fisheries throughout Europe where carp depend on angler’s bait. I believe we can make the most of this dependency. In this article I will be discussing why the use…

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Are your boilies too strong?

Are your boilies too strong? I would like to discuss the subject of washed out baits, the use of dips and glugs, the benefits and pitfalls of pre-soaking bait and the leak-off, or strength of boilies in general. To understand the whole issue we should consider the main dry ingredient recipe or boilie base mix…

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Fishing with Boilies…10 Essential Tips

1) Use fresh bait made with fresh ingredients. If possible, make-up paste or boilies the day before a trip or session and then use it immediately. Do not keep frozen boilies in a freezer for longer than 3-4 months and do not re-freeze bait that has previously been frozen. 2) When adopting a serious and…

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Watercraft…The Forgotten Art by John Baker

Whether at home or abroad, at small estate lakes, or on club venues, at large pits and reservoirs, or the largest inland-seas, having the ability to exercise good water craft is an essential but often overlooked part of a carp angler’s armoury. I would like to discuss the importance of observation and why watercraft is…

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