100ml Liquid Boilie and Pellet Dip Bait Flavours
Instructions for use:
It is recommended to use 1 tablespoon of Pellet Dip Bait and 5-10ml of Boilie Mix per kg.
Carp Boilies are one of the most popular choices for carp anglers. Boilies are small, round and packed with nutrients and attractants. This will will draw a carp into your swim and keep them grubbing for your hook bait for hours. There are two main types of boilies for sale: shelf-life boilies (self-preserving) and freezer boilies (fresher potency). Both are perfect as freebie baits in your catapult to draw the carp closer to your swim. They can also be used as a hook bait that slowly breaks down in the water.
With a high protein and oil content, pellets are one of the most attractive forms of baiting in the summer months. A popular alternative to boilies, carp pellets are available in a wider range of sizes (3mm to 21mm) to tailor to your style of angling and the size of fish you’re targeting. Coming in bulk bags of either mixed sizes or uniform, pellets are much softer than boilies and will dissolve into a mush when soaked so carp pellets are ideal for feeder fishing scenarios. The biggest strength of pellets (their speedy breakdown) is also their biggest weakness, as you might find yourself having to change your hook bait regularly – potentially disturbing the water. They are also popular amongst a huge range of fish, including the likes of barbel and tench. If you’re targeting carp specifically, this could lead to lots of ‘nuisance’ bites from unwanted fish.