£5.99



Boosted Hard Hookers

'New for 2019'

By popular demand, we have now added Hard Hookbaits to compliment our range of freezer and shelf life boilies. Furthermore, these 'high-attract' hookaits come soaked in a dedicated Liquid Food to further boost their pulling power and release a steady diffusion of food signals into the surrounding water column for at least 48 hours. They also contain added hardeners such as egg albumen and whey protein concentrate, which in turn will greatly minimise the attention from nuisance fish, diving birds and crayfish. Super hard, super attractive and an absolute 'must have' in many situations.

Available in Shellfish B5, Black Snail & Salami Cream, each with their own dedicated Liquid Food to match.  

Packed in grip seal bags of 200 grams and available in 12mm, 16mm and 20mm. Price = £5.95 per pack.

Note: These baits have been fully dried before being coated in liquid, which renders them 'shelf life' for 9 months from date of purchase.

Price

£5.99 per tub


Corker Pop-Ups

Cork dust pop-ups have a number of advantages over other pop-ups.

1) Made with identical ingredients/attractors to free offerings and send out the same food signals.

2) More durable and less prone to ‘theft’ from nuisance fish, crayfish and birdlife!

3) They can be pierced with a baiting needle without losing buoyancy.

4) Brilliant for ‘snowman’ presentations where you can trim down the corker pop up with scissor blades to achieve the perfect level of buoyancy required.

5) Ease of use.

 

Top tip for long term buoyancy

When fishing pop-up rigs in deep water for long periods of time or on waters where bird life can be a problem, drill out a cavity in the corker pop up with an 8mm drill bit then plug it with Gardner Tackle’s cylindrical high density rig foam (yellow). Then pierce the corker pop up on to your hook/rig, making sure the baiting needle goes up through the yellow foam first, then secure with boilie stop. I guarantee you that you can leave your pop up out there for 3-days if needed with no loss of buoyancy! Further to this, in the unlikely event that a diving coot or tufty unknowingly pinches your pop up, you are still fishing a nice visual yellow ‘fake’ bait.