Sticky's Manilla Hookbaits
With Sticky's Manilla hitting tackle shop shelves up and down the country and then leaving them even quicker to catch carp I thought I would show you how I was using the boilie earlier this year catching lots of fish with a hi attract bottom bait.
Stage 1 - Simply select a Manilla boilie straight out of the bag.
Stage 2 - Place boilie inside a pair of brown women's tights with a high denier.
Stage 3 - Twist tights around the boilie spreading the material as you do so.
Stage 4 - Create an overhand loop with ESP Super Floss.
Stage 5 - Lock tights in place with a series of overhand knots and trim.
Stage 6 - Blob tights with lighter to seal.
Stage 7 - Now fully encased in stockings crush the boilie breaking the skin.
Stage 8 - Place the hookbaits in Manilla glug and leave for as long as possible to allow it to soak into the core.
Stage 9 - Put on a hair and catch a carp!