Basic Orange Boilie Recipe

This is a terrific basic corn flake-based orange boilie recipe for catching carp.

This recipe can be used any time of year when fishing for carp and is very simple to make. I have found it to be quite effective and highly recommend it. Placement on a hair rig can be very helpful. I have added a nice video on making a hair rig down below for you. Boilies can be really good at allowing you to leave baits longer in the water between casts as well and dealing with current.

I handful of orange boilies.

Here is the boilie recipe:

Basic Orange Boilies

Mr. Krit
This is a basic carp boilie bait made from a corn flake base.

Not For Human Consumption.

This recipe is intended for fishing purposes only.

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Prep Time 1 hour
Set-Up Time 12 hours
Total Time 13 hours
Predicted Cost (US): $8.00
Course BaitMixes
Cuisine Fish Bait

Additional Information:

Bait Base: Cereal
Bait Type: Boilie
Fish Type: Carp
Best Used: Anytime
Water Type: Pond or River
Servings 60 Boilies


  • 1 Big Bowl
  • 1 Large Spoon
  • 1 Measuring Cup
  • 1 Pot for Boiling
  • 1 Cloth or place for boilies to dry


  • 1/3 Bag Corn Flakes Generic is fine.
  • 1/2 Cup All-Purpose Flour Can adjust amount if you need dough stiffer.
  • 1 Can Cream corn Might need 3/4 can only. Adjust accordingly.
  • 2 Packs Cool Aid Packets Orange Flavor or another flavor is fine.
  • 2 Large Eggs. Large or Medium is fine.


  • Crush 1/3 of a bag of Corn Flakes into a bowl.
  • Add a half a cup of flour. All-purpose flour.
  • Empty the cool aid into the opened can of cream corn and stir completely.
  • Add the two eggs, without the shells.
  • Mix everything together into the big bowl and kneed into a large dough ball. You may add more flour or corn flakes in order to get the feel right so the dough can be rolled into balls about 10mm to 12mm wide.
  • Boil the balls for 4-5 minutes and then place them on a drying rack or towel to dry for at least 8-12 hours.


After the balls are dried completely, they can be stored in freezer bags and placed in the fridge or freezer for quite a long time.  This is a simple, yet effective boilie recipe for use on a hair rig to catch carp.  

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Here is a video on how to make the rig for those that need it