Thanks Mike for taking the time to share and layout all the how-to for this technique......after nailing a carp the first time i tried one of yourcompressed bread discs i was sold....i had figured out the copper pipe and was using a t connector to punchout bread for my next few outings....i did not think of putting honey in between layers....i did try a drop of maple syrup...real Canadian technique Eh? Your compressed baits are receiving lots of attention from our friends the carp. Again Thanks!
Maple syrup will work as good, if not better than honey. The Carp do seem to like sweet stuff. The spread layer saturates the bread when the discs are compressed together. This is whats adds significant lifespan to the bread underwater, as it stop the bread getting waterlogged. Honey, maple syrup have much higher viscosity, especially in cold water. Try a thin spread of smooth peanut butter! I an having good results with peanut butter bread pellets on the Carp in OP lagoon.