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It’s all about the snails
Natural Dorset snails come from one
of the largest snail farms in the UK
and are bred predominantly for
Michelin star and other fine dining
restaurants around the UK.
Carpr Baits has been working
closely with the breeder and can now
offer exclusively what is considered
to be a delicacy to the fishing world
as a great natural bait for many
species of fish including carp, barbel,
chub, catfish, tench and bream.
What's so good with using snails as
bait?
As we all know all fish feed of naturals that live in our rivers and lakes
and where the naturals are in abundance on the lake beds and in weed it
becomes a lot harder for anglers to
tempt the fish to feed on the baits we
fish with.
When the snails have been fully
rehydrated the snail reverts back to
its original state and the mucus is one
of nature's natural antibiotics which
makes them very attractive to the
fish.
Depending on your fishing method
these can be used directly on the
hook or used on a hair rig providing
going through the foot of the snail
which is the toughest part. If they are
too big simply trim them down and
use the waste with hemp or groundbaits.
• These snails are 100% natural and
do not contain any preservatives.
• When purchased the snails have
been dehydrated to help preserve
them.
This gives you an idea of a fully
rehydrated snail against 15mm boilie.
• To rehydrate them simply add
water to the pot they are supplied
in for 2-3 hours.
• Add flavours, attractors and even
colours to give them an extra edge.
For further information please email
us info@carprbaits.co.uk or visit our
website www.carprbaits.co.uk. n
Dehydrated snails.
Rehydrated snails – simply add water and one of
our flavours and special attractors for two hours.
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