Black molasses for fishermen
Black molasses began to be used in fishing thirty years ago in Western Europe. There is an opinion that the success of English athletes in fishing with float gear is explained precisely by the use of molasses as a supplement.
Today, it is one of the best baits for catching, first of all, carp, crucian carp, less often – bream and roach.
Thanks to the composition of molasses (a large amount of carbohydrates, amides, approximately 10% ash, which works as a laxative for living organisms), it is an excellent energy source and simultaneously increases appetite. The situation is favorable for fishing: the more the product is consumed, the more the fish want to eat.
Molasses is added to the bait mixture and for bait in order to give the product a pronounced and more attractive smell. At the same time, it is relevant to use it both when fishing on the stream and on the lake.
You can add molasses to water at any time of the year, because it has excellent solubility in cold water without losing its qualities.
Black molasses is easy to use. It is enough to soak the dry feed with a water solution (1 part molasses to 1 part water) and let it infuse for several hours.