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Spicy Peperami is tougher in tex­ture than stan­dard, pro­cessed meats, be­ing pop­u­lar with big fish an­glers be­cause it stays on the hook well and can also be hair-rigged.

Peperami is used ex­ten­sively by spec­i­men an­glers for tempt­ing carp, chub and bar­bel, but it also makes a great change bait for gen­eral coarse fish­ing. Af­ter start­ing a ses­sion with pel­let hook baits, which are widely used on many types of venues these days, a switch to a seg­ment of Peperami is a great way of bring­ing dy­ing swims back to life.

This bait works won­ders when fished over a bed of pel­lets, or hair-rigged with Method feeder tackle for carp. Smaller pieces can also be used di­rectly on the hook in com­bi­na­tion with hemp, smaller feed pel­lets or meaty ground­bait.

An­other good trick is to finely chop some Peperami and lun­cheon meat be­fore mix­ing them in with ground­bait, which works a treat for tench and bream. A sim­i­lar mix of spicy, mulched meat can be used in open-end feed­ers for river fish, too. DY­NAMIC TRAVEL


A stun­ning, four-piece, 9 ft rod that is eas­ily stored in the boot of a car. It is per­fect for tar­get­ing a va­ri­ety of coarse and sea species, from spec­i­men carp to mack­erel. It has a cast­ing weight of 20 to 50 g, and comes com­plete with a cloth bag.

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