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Making your own chum

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We wanted all anglers to be able to create their own effective feeder mixes, and so we added a simple and more advanced way of making your own chum.

Simple chum making:


This method will work great for anglers who aren’t too sure about their fishing priorities and have no clear preference as to the fish they want to catch. In that case, all you need to do is purchase a basic groundbait mix from the game store and add some water to it. In just a few moments, you’ll get some effective, ready-to-use chum. Here’s a step by step on what you need to do:

1. Buy a pack of basic groundbait mix

2. Go to the desired waterways

3. Drag the groundbait mix to the chum slot on your assembled feeder tackle (or simply double click on the pack to put in in its place)

4. Mix

All done!

Advanced chum making.

This method is designed for anglers who like to experiment and make the most out of all chum components to have more effective results. This means, you can mix and add different components in the desired proportions:

1.  Buy all the components you want


2. Go to the waterways of your choice

3. Open the chum mixing menu


4. Select the desired proportions for all of the ingredients


You can even save your recipe if you like. To do that, you simply have to enter a name for it. In the future, you’ll be able to get that same mix, as long as you have all of the ingredients in your inventory.


5. Mix

6. Get your own unique chum, put it into the chum slot, and go catch some of the biggest fish out there!

Be careful when selecting the proportions for your chum ingredients. Use such concentrated components like liquid attractants with care: just because the possible proportion for an attractant is 10%, using the maximum amount won’t necessarily make it more effective!

Unbalanced chum mixes might actually distract fish from biting. Make sure to carefully read the description of your chum mix components to get a clear idea of what you want to mix and in what proportions.

Keep in mind:  the right chum, when used in the right places and conditions will not only increase your fish bites, but will attract more diverse and rare fish to the feeding spot! Experiment and explore!

Tight lines and happy feeder fishing!

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