DNA Baits Evo Kit

€19,95 €16,95
Article number: 10027
Availability: In stock (1)

Evolution = the natural progression from improving something acceptable to something special, successfully adapted to the environment.

DNA, that we classify them as the best carp, has grabbed it and concluded it even further. With their superior freezer range, they have developed an animated do-it-yourself concept for hook bait that will be the first to be picked up regardless of how you fish. DNA gives you, as a recreational angler, the opportunity to further develop this offer to your own specific needs and the situation you may have to deal with.

The hookbaits are salt matured and are very attractive to carp long before the wrap is added due to the increased levels of soluble ingredients in the bait. This, together with the increased osmosis caused by the ripening of the hook baits. This means that you have a more durable version of attractions released from the core of the bait. Unlike the standard öut of the bag" bait. of course, any increase in osmosis means that your bait softens faster. After extensive testing during the summer water temperatures, we now have the feeling that we have found the right balance for the hardness of the hook baits. We recommend using these hookbaits for 12-18 hours during the summer months. During the winter and spring of course this has increased enormously and we left the hook bait undisturbed for 48 hours. These hookbaits are an incredible edge all year round, especially now that it seems almost every rig has a kind of brightly colored addition. This is purely natural attraction at its most beautiful.

Remember, there is no right or wrong way to prepare this bait, only YOUR way!

Packaging Contains;
1 x pot of Salt cured, 15mm Boosted Soil Baits
1 x 50g pouch of sparingly soluble powdery food additive
1 x 50 ml bottle of readily soluble liquid additive
1 x Size spoon
1 x Package leaflet.

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