GO2 HI-ATTRACT LIQUID DYES
Red Dye: Unflavoured but sweet in composition. Incorporating Spotted Fin’s unique fish catching stimulants. Can be used for dying most hookbaits or added to particles such as chopped worms, casters, maggots when feeding via a pole mounted pot. This creates a lingering cloud of fish feeding triggers.
Yellow Dye:Unflavoured but sweet in composition. Incorporating Spotted Fin’s unique fish catching stimulants. Can be used for dying most hookbaits or added to particles such as chopped worms, casters, maggots when feeding via a pole mounted pot. This creates a lingering cloud of fish feeding triggers.
I managed to get set up before storm Eric arrive.
Fingers Crossed for the next few night’s.
The Dark Super Blend has been put together as a stand alone low feed groundbait for use on those harder days through the colder months, allowing the angler to be confident of attracting but not over feeding the fish present in his peg.
It is a great carrier of small particles such as micro pellets chopped worms pinkies etc when feeding small nuggets per fish in a claggy fashion. Also taking into consideration, when putting it together was the fact that our other blends in the range are very rich and mixing 50/50 with dark super blend significantly lowers the feed content and also darkens them off so when moving into spring allows the angler to tailor the amount of food he is giving the fish.
I always like to be prepared and have my pva mesh bag’s made up and soaked, all ready for my Spring campaign. I have found a very easy way to do this without to much mess, I prepare the bags before I soak them – instead of soaking the pellets with the oil first.
I very much like micro pellets, as you would not wish to over feed the fish at this time of the year, as it all about attraction.
I then start making up the mesh bags in various sizes, to combat all my fishing situations.
The one’s the bucket are full.
I then add the oil of my choice.Any good quality one. You get the liquid evenly distributed. I first put a handful in another bucket and some oil a put the lid back on and shack well.
Repeat the process, until the bucket is full and add more oil if needed.
Once full, leave to soak of a couple of weeks.
And they just look perfect, with the oil soaked into the pva and pellets.
Hope this helps
When the ‘Ology team had a play with some of our FinSkin, this was the conclusion…
“You do need one of these. Easy to strip? Tick. Will it split? No. Fast sinking? Tick. Mute matt camo coating? Yes. And at £14.00 for a 20m spool, it’s very competitively priced too and will do a better job than what’s currently hiding in your tackle box.”
Check it out here – https://www.spottedfin.com/finskin-hooklinks
With a few hours spare, I took a walk around the lake today and flicked the rods out for the last 2hrs. Full Blog out soon.
These little beauties will be available for the first time at the Northern Angling Show 7 – Make sure you call by to check them out along with a host of other new launches!
I am loving the Perch fishing, you need less kit and time. It may even teach me to take less carp fishing! But that’s not possible.
I have come back to my local lake and my first port of call is the pads swim by the bridge. This is the most productive spot so far for me, it has plenty of features and a few good signs of baitfish for the Perch this morning.
I am sticking to the prawns, simply because I forget to dig for worms yesterday and the ground is frozen solid in my garden this morning – not very organized for me. These things happen.
After about an hour and a half, with a twitch to my left-hand rod in the first 20 minutes, I was very hopeful. But it was time to move on.
My second swim gave me plenty of options but the buzzers stayed silent. As before I, flicked the jig rod about before I moved on to my next and last swim. Some heavy rain is due and with no brolly with me, I just don’t fancy getting wet.
It was not long before I received a twitch on the left-hand rod, fingers crossed something will turn up and I will bank a nice perch today.
Despite best efforts today, it was not meet to be.
Until next time
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