If you have tasted prawns or shrimps then you will know that they taste much better with a coating of brine, or salt! The salt factor is highly significant in enhancing the impacts of these food items. This is part of the exceptional impact of Belachan and related shrimp and prawn products that have been salted giving excellent fish catching capacities! For more information on salt and the best fermented prawn and shrimp baits read on now!
Belachan is made using a totally natural process passed down from generation to generation using the heat of the sun! The whole proteins and other components of the shrimps, krill, crab or fish are pre-digested by the enzymes of micro-organisms. Natural fermentation is one of the biggest edges in refining and improving baits and bait substances in baits for carp, catfish and countless other fish! All the food groups including the proteins are pre-digested by micro-organisms and make the Belachan incredibly stimulatory and attractive to fish!
After the first period of fermentation the Belachan paste is then fermented a second time. The Belachan is dried, compressed and made into blocks for sale and wrapped in plastic to protect it from moisture! The fermentation of Belachan unlocks the nutritional factors and makes it irresistible to fish! Belachan and related forms can be produced naturally from krill, shrimps, crab or fish and have many regional differences in colour, form, taste, appearance and consistency!
The high salt content of Belachan makes it extremely palatable and soluble. Salty fishing baits are exceptional due to them being so able to disperse into the water column along with all other soluble components of a bait. Some fermented shrimp or krill products may differ in salt content and some may contain more protein compared to salt! Belachan which contains high levels of protein plus salt are exceptional in fishing baits such as boilies!
The Belachan forms with most protein and lower salt are superior and contain higher levels of true feeding triggers! True feeding triggers include free form amino acids and mineral salts joined in some way to amino acids. Fish are very attracted to salt-enhanced amino acids so using Belachan in boilies, pastes, stick mixes and more really enhances bait performance! Belachan contains salt-enhanced amino acids which also enhance many natural flavours and additional flavours and enhancers used in carp and other baits!
Belachan is what I regard an essential type of additive for use in all baits you make! Even inferior forms of less salty Belachan type products significantly suck water inside baits thus improving their performance! The effect of sucking water into baits is a vital effect in bait success! I always exploit the sucking in of water into baits effect extremely powerfully within my own baits.
Belachan is very high protein food and both the powder and block will be over 60 and 70 percent protein making them exceptional additives for almost any bait use; an example of very high protein fermented shrimp products are the CC Moore versions, including their Belachan liquid. You can apply Belachan and fermented shrimp products to endless baits and as the basis of endless liquid solution mixtures. You can use Belachan and related substances in making homemade dips and glugs, preparing particles, pastes, boilies and pellets, defrosting seafood baits, soaking fish and meat and other such baits, and even adding to maggots and sweetcorn for example to boost them! Revealed in my unique readymade bait and homemade bait carp and catfish bait secrets ebooks is far more powerful information look up my unique website (Baitbigfish) and see my biography below for details of my ebooks deals right now!
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