Bait-Tech’s Andy Neal has been putting the F1 ground­bait to great use this sea­son. Check out his tips to get the most out of this award-win­ning bait.

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F1’s in­gre­di­ents list boasts high-qual­ity pel­lets, ex­panders, fish­meals and with a hint of sweet crumb to round off a per­fect mix. A fine tex­ture that ap­peals to all fish, this easy to mix bait is a must-try if you haven’t al­ready. It’s the ul­ti­mate mix that carp, F1s and bream find ir­re­sistible.


– A won­der­ful way of catch­ing big weights in the height of sum­mer. F1 mixed into a slop will cloud the wa­ter and be like a mag­net for hun­gry F1s. They’ll rush into the fine cloud of strong flavour and look for the par­ti­cles to eat. Of­ten, your hook bait goes first. Shal­low, sum­mer and big weights. Per­fect!


IN – For lay­ing a car­pet, F1 is great. Skim­mers and bream love the strong pel­let-filled mix, so give it a go the next time you’re af­ter skim­mers. Fished with mag­gots, worms or pel­lets, this mix is fine, binds well and will carry any ex­tra baits you need. An all-year-round com­mer­cial suc­cess.


– The in­gre­di­ents list of F1 re­ally packs at­trac­tion, mean­ing it’s great for at­tract­ing those big edge fish into your swim. I like to pot it loose where the fine ground pel­lets help it sink quickly and at­tract fish quickly. Fish two worms over the top and hold on for dear life!

A Fish­ing F1 in a slop can be a deadly way of fool­ing wary F1s up in the wa­ter.

B Balling in with F1 helps lay an ap­petis­ing car­pet for graz­ing fish to set­tle over.

B Andy Neal has taken some mas­sive nets of carp fish­ing down the mar­gins with F1 ground­bait.

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