Bio D eggs

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earlyriser
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Bio D eggs

Post by earlyriser » 08 Nov 2018, 23:08

Hello everyone

Just wondering if anyone has ever used this product before? Apparently you add water to it and let it get to the size you want and drain.
Anyone had luck using this? Looks interesting.

Thanks

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Ironstone74
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Re: Bio D eggs

Post by Ironstone74 » 09 Nov 2018, 19:26

Good alternative to the real deal. Instead of soaking them in water, soak them in scent or cure and water.

They take on water to a max. size - believe around 10mm. If you remove them from water at say 8mm, and tie them, when you drift them they may swell up.
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Fishaholic333
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Re: Bio D eggs

Post by Fishaholic333 » 10 Nov 2018, 09:46

Haven't tried them but have seen them years ago if not mistaken up at Ray's store in Guelph on the counter swelling up like a banged up knee
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Skcudym
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Re: Bio D eggs

Post by Skcudym » 11 Nov 2018, 08:09

I have used them they appear to be very good looking, however, they do not fish any better than anything else I use, if you're going to go to the trouble to tie roe bags then use the real thing you can buy your eggs at several of the fishing shops. Otherwise, I highly recommend using beads much more variety and a lot easier to use, just my 2 cents worth good luck.

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