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Hemp Seed (Dry)

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Hemp Seed is the first choice for many anglers. It is super versatile, catching canal Roach on the pole, Bream and Tench on the feeder, Barbel and Chub fishing on a river, or targeting specimen Carp. Hemp Seed appeals to every coarse fish!

There are a number of reasons why Hemp Seed is so attractive to fish. It is full of protein (30%+), oils and essential amino acids. It is also very similar to a fish’s natural diet as it has a soft centre with a crunchy outer shell – just like eating water snails.

If targeting larger species such as Carp then we recommend mixing Hemp Seed with other particles such as Maize and/or Tigernuts.


*NOT FOR HUMAN CONSUMPTION*

All particle baits MUST be prepared correctly before use.

Soak in water for a minimum 24 hours and then boil for approx 30 minutes until the hemp starts to crack and the kernels (white hearts) start to appear.

Feed with the use of a pole pot or catapult, great for spod/spomb mixes, use in block end feeders when river fishing, can also be used to good effect to make clear spots in weed and lake debris.

** Tips **

To make your hemp turn black, add two tea spoons of ‘Bicarbonate of Soda’ during the soaking period. After the boiling stage during cool down and add 10-20ml of Beta Stim per kg of Hemp Seed and thank us later!

Another tip for the Carp and Barbel anglers – add a few cloves of fresh crushed garlic and let it ferment for a week or so after the boiling stage. This is a real hummer when opening the lid but extremely effective. 


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Hemp Seed is the first choice for many anglers. It is super versatile, catching canal Roach on the pole, Bream and Tench on the feeder, Barbel and Chub fishing on a river, or targeting specimen Carp. Hemp Seed appeals to every coarse fish!

There are a number of reasons why Hemp Seed is so attractive to fish. It is full of protein (30%+), oils and essential amino acids. It is also very similar to a fish’s natural diet as it has a soft centre with a crunchy outer shell – just like eating water snails.

If targeting larger species such as Carp then we recommend mixing Hemp Seed with other particles such as Maize and/or Tigernuts.


*NOT FOR HUMAN CONSUMPTION*

All particle baits MUST be prepared correctly before use.

Soak in water for a minimum 24 hours and then boil for approx 30 minutes until the hemp starts to crack and the kernels (white hearts) start to appear.

Feed with the use of a pole pot or catapult, great for spod/spomb mixes, use in block end feeders when river fishing, can also be used to good effect to make clear spots in weed and lake debris.

** Tips **

To make your hemp turn black, add two tea spoons of ‘Bicarbonate of Soda’ during the soaking period. After the boiling stage during cool down and add 10-20ml of Beta Stim per kg of Hemp Seed and thank us later!

Another tip for the Carp and Barbel anglers – add a few cloves of fresh crushed garlic and let it ferment for a week or so after the boiling stage. This is a real hummer when opening the lid but extremely effective. 


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