Bread mash Bread mash is an old fashioned ground bait for rivers. It's purpose is to disperse very small bread particles downstream to attract the fish up to where you are fishing. Use stale white bread to make traditional bread mash. Bread from a bakers, dried over a couple of weeks is the best, but here I'm using up all the left overs I have collected recently. … [Read more...] about Bread mash for chub and roach fishing
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Bread paste for fishing Bread paste is one of those baits that fish immediately understand as food. Even on a river where the fish rarely see an angler, they will take bread paste. There are several ways of making this attractive bait and I would like to tell mine. … [Read more...] about Bread paste for fishing
Salted bread hook bait is an old idea which I believe was used by Roach anglers on the Thames years ago. They found that the Roach seemed to hold on to the bread just a little longer, giving an extra second or two to strike. … [Read more...] about Salted bread hook bait for fishing