What is Boilie?
Boilies are a type of fishing bait made from boiled paste that usually consists of fishmeals, milk proteins, bird foods, semolina, and soya flour, which are mixed with egg whites as a binding agent.
Where Can I Buy Boilies In South Africa?
SNZ Tackle- specimen (appointment only)
Address: 168 Swartgoud St, Ridgeway, Johannesburg South, 2091, South Africa
Hours: Closes soon ⋅ 6 pm ⋅ Opens 9 am Tue
Phone: +27 72 040 4376
Ben’s Corner Fishing
Address: 44 Generaal Pienaar Ave, Witpoortjie, Roodepoort, 1724, South Africa
Hours: Closed ⋅ Opens 8 am Tue
Phone: +27 83 659 6233
World of Fishing / www.bass.co.za
Address: 189 Beyers Naudé Dr, Northcliff, Randburg, 2195, South Africa
Areas served: Botswana and nearby areas
Hours: Closed ⋅ Opens 9 am Tue
Phone: +27 11 782 6969
How many eggs does it take to make 1kg of boilies?
A typical batch of standard boilies incorporates 6 large eggs, and this should make up about 1 kg of finished boilies.
Most recipes should ideally be made up by using either 6 or 12-egg mixes.
Which boilies are best?
Fishmeal boilies are the best boilies for carp during the summer, mimicking the natural carp food sources.
Fruity boilies, nut-based boilies, and milk-protein boilers can be successful options but mostly during the winter months.
What is the standard size of a boilies?
In general, the most popular boilie sizes seem to be around the 15-18mm size.