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Corn Flakes

Molino Zombini

Very good to use as a base for any pasture.

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Good to use as a base for any pasture.

Warning: this product è suitable only and exclusively for sport fishing, not suitable for human use.




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The maize is a very attractive bait for carp although in recent years, with the increasing choice of flavors and aromas, it is little used. maize is suitable for fishing in all seasons, particularly in spring and summer, both as bait and for baiting. You can use ordinary corn, such as that found in supermarket aisles, or opt for corn specially treated to attract carp.

Carpers often used corn for its ability to stimulate appetite: they boiled and fermented it to create a whitish amino acid with a very pronounced odor, lysine. Rich in protein and vitamin C, lysine is part of the carp's diet, and its attractive power comes from its strong aroma: carp can recognize the acrid odor of this amino acid and seek it out frantically since it is a staple in their diet. The stimulating power of lysine is short-lived once it is thrown into the water.

In nature, carp can find lysine in, for example, worms, snails or chironomids, or in some fish species such as cod or sardines. In commercial products, we can find this amino acid in all animal flours and in soybeans.


There are several methods of preparing maize for bait, but not all methods are correct: cooking corn incorrectly can lead carp to get sick and go into infections. While it is true that carp are attracted to strong, acrid odors, their health and well-being must be safeguarded by preparing the exits in the correct way.

There are four different methods for preparing corn:

  • Soak it for 24h then boil it 5minutes. It is allowed to cool and used within 24/48h.
  • Let it soak 48h with baking soda. In this way the corn does not lose its properties, but it is less attractive in cold water or if no preventive baiting is done.
  • Burn it. Dried corn is placed in cold water and then boiled and left to soak 12/24h.
  • Corn soak. Corn is soaked for 36/48h, then boiled for 30 minutes and then soaked again. With this practice the nutrients are almost completely lost, but the mixture is extremely digestible.

There are several products derived from corn on the market.

These are very viable alternatives if you do not want to take risks in the wheat cooking procedure or if you want to opt for simpler solutions. Among the most versatile and common products are corn flakes.


The corn flake is a simple feed similar to our Corn Flakes: to obtain a dry and highly digestible product, the corn kernel is hot pressed by rotating rollers. This product absorbs liquids without immediately dissolving, so it will be possible to create compact and flavored bait balls thanks to the addition of some elements. Once thrown into the water, the spheres created with the corn flake will flake leaving a trail of product and various flavors on the water attracting fish in the vicinity of the feeding area.

Given the liquid-absorbing capacity that cornflake possesses, many carpers soak it in attractive liquids and special flavors-this can create a very effective bait fund. In case the mixture is too wet, it can be combined with flours and pellets to create compact balls that can be thrown into the water.

Corn flaked is a very valuable bait base: thanks to its neutral flavor you will be able to create an endless variety of baits with endless flavor combinations, without sacrificing its properties. You just have to discover the perfect combination of ingredients for your bait!

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