We take a look at the brand new fish­meal-based Bait from Spot­ted Fin

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We take a look at a whole host of items from the likes of Dy­na­mite, Main­line, Rod Hutchin­son and Spot­ted Fin

The highly an­tic­i­pated launch for Spot­ted Fin’s new boilie range, Smokey Jack, is fi­nally here. Util­is­ing top qual­ity skip­jack tuna as a base, the Smokey Jack has proven its worth dur­ing test­ing with nu­mer­ous large fish falling to it. The tuna is added via a rich and very thick ex­tract, which is al­most paste-like in con­sis­tency. Packed with amino acids, oils and sol­u­ble pro­teins, this ad­di­tive makes the Smokey Jack not only very at­trac­tive but also ben­e­fi­cial to carp. The paste is com­bined with as much fish­meal as they can fit in the boilie, without the tex­ture be­ing af­fected. There is also the added crunch of kelp meal present. To round off the bait nicely, a blend of spices are added. This not only helps with the bait’s taste but also, when com­bined with the tuna paste ex­tract, it gives the bait a red­dish coloura­tion, help­ing it to stand out on the lakebed without be­ing too bla­tant. Fi­nally, the baits are fin­ished off with a unique smoky flavour, re­sult­ing from the use of an ad­di­tional, to­tally nat­u­ral com­pound.

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