DAN WILDBORE

Angling Times (UK) - - CARP NEWS -

AT THIS time of the year, I like to re­duce the amount of bait I use, but up the at­trac­tion of it.

There are times when I do up the bait, but the fish will let me know when I need to do this. You can al­ways put it in, but never take it back out again.

I like to ramp up my boilies by us­ing a very sim­ple but ex­tremely ef­fec­tive tac­tic.

A cou­ple of days be­fore I go fish­ing I give them a coat­ing of the Pure Krill Liq­uid.

I give them 24-hours to ab­sorb some of the liq­uid, then give them an­other mix around so that the ex­c­cess liq­uid at­taches to the bait again. Then, I add just enough Krill Pow­der so that it sticks to the bait and each boilie has a coat­ing of it.

When the time comes to go fish­ing, the baits will have a paste-like coat­ing around them that is ab­so­lutely brim­ming with at­trac­tion.

Watch­ing fish feed on the bait un­der­wa­ter shows that it has an in­cred­i­ble ef­fect. As the liq­uid leaks off the bait and the pow­der be­gins to break up and spread across the swim, it draws in all the smaller fish. This ac­tiv­ity tends to draw the carp in im­me­di­ately, and of­ten you end up get­ting quick bites.

This gor­geous chest­nut mir­ror fell to a ‘dusted’ Krill boilie.

IN­STANT AT­TRAC­TION Krill Pow­der has many uses, and one of the best is to use it to dust boilies that have been soaked in Krill Liq­uid.

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