Definition of boilie in English:

boilie

Line breaks: boi¦lie
Pronunciation: /ˈbɔɪli
 
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noun (plural boilies)

A type of flavoured fishing bait, spherical in shape with a hard outer layer, used chiefly to catch carp.
More example sentences
  • A good sprinkling of boilies round each bait would ensure the carp get their heads down..
  • They tell me the best baits are pellets and boilies but some fish are being caught on luncheon meat.
  • If tench and carp are our quarry then the best bait is boilies and there are many to choose from.

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