Excellent natural bait for the vast majority of fish
- Soak hemp seed covered with water for 24 hours.
- After 24 hours, put the seeds covered with water in a pan and boil
- Simmer for approximately 30 minutes.
- Hemp seeds are cooked when most of the seeds have split and when little white shoots are seen.
- The seeds are now ready for fishing.
Some Facts About Hemp – Seeds
- Hemp is the common term for a variety of plants in the Cannabis family.
- Hemp and its seeds have been used for thousands of years by various cultures.
- Oldest known records of hemp farming go back 5000 years in China, although hemp industrialization probably goes back to ancient Egypt.
- Hemp has the potential to replace plastic material.
- One of the most important hemp seed benefits is its high quantity of proteins.
- Hemp is incredibly sustainable.
- Hemp seed food products are also considered more allergy-free than many other seeds.
- Hemp seeds are high in nutritional value and contain 20 different varieties of amino acids and all nine of the essential amino acids.
- Hemp and marijuana are not the same.
- It was legal to pay taxes with hemp in America from 1631 until the early 1800s. (LA Times. Aug. 12, 1981.)
- Refusing to grow hemp in America during the 17th and 18th centuries was against the law.
- For thousands of years, 90% of all ships’ sails and rope were made from hemp.
- Henry Ford’s first Model-T was built to run on hemp gasoline and the car itself was constructed from hemp.
- In 1916, the U.S. Government predicted that by the 1940s all paper would come from hemp and that no more trees need to be cut down. Government studies report that 1 acre of hemp equals 4.1 acres of trees. Plans were in the works to implement such programs. (U.S. Department of Agriculture Archives.)
- 80% of all textiles, fabrics, clothes, linen, drapes, bed sheets, etc., were made from hemp until the 1820s, with the introduction of the cotton gin.
Hemp seeds can be kept in the refrigerator for a few days (3 to 5 days maximum) or frozen and taken out of the chest when you need them for fishing.
Natural protein fishing bait.
When the hemp seeds are cooked there is no need to add anything as the seeds are already attractive enough for fish (high in proteins, natural oils, feed stimulators and attractants).
I most often add hemp oil to the warm seeds for even more attraction.
Cooked seeds can be used in spod mix, a great addition to ground bait mix, hook bait, It can be used on its own, etc.
My opinion is that this is one of the very rare baits that you can cook in your wife’s kitchen (talk to your wife first anyway 😉) without stinking up the kitchen with unpleasant aromas, such as cooking chickpeas, corn, fish meal boilies with the aroma of squid, octopus, liver, monster crab and so on.
The smell of cooked seeds is very pleasant, no wonder fish love it.
Till next time …
… tight lines and wet landing nets!
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