Boilie is a term used to describe boiled fishing bait. It is usually made with a mix of dairy proteins and fish meal. This blend is then mixed with eggs to bind it and boiled to make a hard bait that lasts in water. Boilie manufacturers often add additives and attractors in the mix to make it tastier to fish.

Fishing boilies are rolled into balls because the shape makes it easy for fishers to catapult the bait into the water accurately. Boilies are a reasonably large type of bait, and because of the size and tough outer layer, smaller fish like bream or tench are less inclined to take the bait.

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