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Dynamite Baits- How To Make A Bottom Bait Into A Pop UpSo, you’ve gone carping with your favourite bottom baits and you’ve forgotten your pop-ups; how do you get around it?

Tim Wagner from Dynamite has a crafty tip to turn your favourite sinking boilies into pop-ups.

 

 

 

 Wychwood Critical Balance Kit  Bottom Bait into a Pop Up - Slowly drill into the centre of the boilie  Bottom Bait into a Pop Up - Drill through the entire length of the bait
 1. All you’ll need; the right size Wychwood Critical Balance Kit and a few baits.  2. Slowly drill into the centre of the boilie using the sharp drill supplied.  3. Drill through the entire length of the bait to form a hole through the centre.

 

 Bottom Bait into a Pop Up  Bottom Bait into a Pop Up - sits flush with the edge of the boilie  Bottom Bait into a Pop Up - Hook the bait
 4. Insert the matching sized cork punch into the hole. It should be a secure fit.  5. Trim the cork so either end of it sits flush with the edge of the boilie.

 6. Hook the bait like this to the hair runs through the cork to secure it in place.