Krill is one of the most nutritional micro-organisms known to man, Sticky Baits Krill Boilies have been tailored to perfectly suit the carp’s dietary requirements leaving them actively hunting out the bait as an ideal food source. Not only does the inclusion of Krill add to the nutritional profile of the bait, it is also highly regarded in the aquaculture industry as one of the greatest natural “flavours” and stimulates fish into a feeding frenzy.
Whilst Krill may be the namesake of the range, this devastating boilie comprises of a staggering twenty-five different ingredients including a couple of little gems to which we attribute the baits immeasurable success. As much as we love the open and honest approach…we’ve got to have the odd little secret!
During the testing stages it was clear that the bait was going to be a huge success, but it wasn’t until the bait was released that we realised just how much of an impact it would have on the carp bait world. Since it’s release in March, the bait has accounted for an unreal amount of big fish, and even if we do say so ourselves, it’s undeniably a classic in the making! As with all of our shelf life baits, this is as close to their freezer bait as possible.
There is only one difference between the two mixes, this being the inclusion of a natural preservative to prolong the shelf life of the bait. Far from being detrimental this makes the bait suitable for a wider customer base. Anyone already using The Krill Freezer Bait knows it’s worth keeping a kilo or two of Shelf Life in the car.
Available in 12mm, 16mm and 20mm in 1kg bags or 5kg bags.
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I have been using these boilies, in shelf life form, for the last 2-3 years. I generally coat them in a small amount of cap oil and krill liquid, give them a shake in the bucket, add a handful of krill powder, one more shake in the bucket and your done. The baits are then coated in attraction that oozes out into the pond. A number of years ago I was fortunate enough to stumble upon a shoal of large fish out in the middle of the pond, I was out in the boat watching them through polaroids, and thought I would see how they reacted to the krill. Despite it being February, the fish didn't spook as I expected, instead getting their heads down and eating all the bait! This bait has a great track record and it is my experience that it works right from the off. Get on the krill!
Sticky Baits Krill is probably one of the best baits around and for good reason. Glad you like it Neil.