Poppy Crunch Corn Boilies

This a nice Poppy Crunch Corn Boilie recipe by Bait Vault that looked rather nice. Pretty inexpensive to make as well. Enjoy!

Picture of Popy Corn Crunch Boilies made on March 21, 2023.
Pictured: Poppy Corn Crunch Boilies, 2023

Poppy Crunch Corn Boilies was a recipe we came across on YouTube that looked very nice. It is simple and inexpensive to make. I can imagine this would be great either on its own or as an extra pickup with pack bait. Carp certainly do love corn and who knows, you might catch a catfish or two with this as well. Thank you, Bait Vault, for this nice YouTube bait.

Poppy Crunch Corn Boilies

A nice corn boilie mix with poppy seeds.

Not For Human Consumption.

This recipe is intended for fishing purposes only.

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4 from 3 votes
Prep Time 1 hour
Set Up Time 12 hours
Total Time 13 hours
Predicted Cost (US): $14.00
Course BaitMixes
Cuisine Fish Bait

Additional Information:

Bait Base: Cereal
Bait Type: Boilie
Fish Type: Carp
Best Used: Summer
Water Type: Lake, River or Pond
Servings 80 Boilies


  • 1 Large Bowl Big enough for mixing
  • 1 Measuring Cup To measure at least 15 ounces.
  • 1 Fork For stirring
  • 1 Food Processor/Blender Used to grind up break or corn flakes.
  • 1 Drying Rack A place to dry the boilies for at least 12 hours.
  • 1 Pot For boiling the boilies after they are formed.


  • 1/2 Cup Gound Corn Flakes Generic Cereal will do.
  • 1 Cup Corn Flour
  • 2 TSP Corn Oil
  • 3 Slices Bread Cheap generic is fine.
  • 1/4 Cup Poppy Seeds
  • 1 Cup Sweet Corn You'll need to blend this up.
  • 1/4 Cup Sugar
  • 2 Medium Eggs


  • Ground up 3 slices of bread and place the crumbs in a mixing bowl.
  • Then ground up and place in 1/2 cup of corn flakes.
  • Then add 1 cup of corn flour to the mixing bowl as well.
  • Add 1/4 to a 1/3 of a cup of poppy seeds to the other stuff in the bowl.
  • Mix all the parts by hand that you have in the bowl to get a good mixed consistency.
  • Take 1 can of whole canned sweet corn and drain 1/2 the juice and then blend it up to a wet paste. You'll need to then place enough blended corn into a measuring cup to equal roughly 6.5 ounces.
  • Add the Blended corn to the dry parts you already have in the mixing bowl and mix it fairly well with a fork or your hands.
  • Then add in 1/4 cup of sugar to the mixing bowl and mix again with your hands.
  • Let everything you have mixed together so far to sit for a bout 4 hours to set up.
  • Then add 2 eggs to the measuring cup and mix them together with a fork to make a whipped mixture. Discard the shells. Then add 2 TSP of pure corn oil to the eggs.
  • Then add about half of the liquid eggs and oil mixture to the parts you have already mixed previously in the mixing bowl and begin forming a doughy ball. Don't add to much eggs at first, half is fine and add a little more as needed to get the right consistency to form boilie balls of your favorite size (10mm).
  • Boil a pot of water and boil the hand rolled boilie balls in the pot until they float. This will take 2-4 minutes. Once they are floating, remove them and place them on a cooling rack to dry for 8-12 hours minimum. (24 hours is best)


This is a nice Poppy Corn Boilie that I came across on YouTube by Bait Vault.  It was nicely done and looked like it would do very well.  Give it a try.

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