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Tiger Nuts (Dry) Large 12mm+

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Tiger Nuts are arguably the best particle bait for catching Carp. Due to their crunchy texture and sweet taste carp go absolutely mad for them. Another benefit is that smaller fish struggle to break the Tiger Nut into edible sizes, which means they are less likely to interfere with your target catch.

The Tiger Nut (or growler as some anglers like to call them) is not actually a nut, but a small tuber. They are high in fibre, proteins and natural sugars and have a rough, rounded shape and an earth-like colour.

Tiger Nuts are highly effective when used as single baits, or can be added into mixed particles, boilies or pellets as loose feed. We recommend that you use sparingly, as they can quickly fill fish up and a handful of Tiger Nuts into a kilo of particle/boilie mix is sufficient.

Large size 12mm+


*NOT FOR HUMAN CONSUMPTION*

** Tiger Nuts MUST be prepared before use and can be deadly to fish if not prepared correctly. Soak the Tiger Nuts for a minimum of 24 hours, then boil vigorously for 30 minutes **

Once boiled they can be used straight away, but you can also leave the Tiger Nuts in an air tight bucket where after a few days the sugars from the Tiger Nuts will start to ferment. The liquid will turn from water into a thick, sweet syrup - some people say this is when they are the most effective.

Want to make them extra special?

Try adding sugar to the water before soaking. Some people have also soaked the Tiger Nuts in various soft drinks as their sugary content has the same effect.

Once boiled, let the Tiger Nuts cool to lukewarm and then add some of our liquid foods. Products such as CSL and Hydro Wheat will really kick start the fermentation and will actually ferment themselves with the sugars released from the Tiger Nuts making them super attractive. 


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Tiger Nuts are arguably the best particle bait for catching Carp. Due to their crunchy texture and sweet taste carp go absolutely mad for them. Another benefit is that smaller fish struggle to break the Tiger Nut into edible sizes, which means they are less likely to interfere with your target catch.

The Tiger Nut (or growler as some anglers like to call them) is not actually a nut, but a small tuber. They are high in fibre, proteins and natural sugars and have a rough, rounded shape and an earth-like colour.

Tiger Nuts are highly effective when used as single baits, or can be added into mixed particles, boilies or pellets as loose feed. We recommend that you use sparingly, as they can quickly fill fish up and a handful of Tiger Nuts into a kilo of particle/boilie mix is sufficient.

Large size 12mm+


*NOT FOR HUMAN CONSUMPTION*

** Tiger Nuts MUST be prepared before use and can be deadly to fish if not prepared correctly. Soak the Tiger Nuts for a minimum of 24 hours, then boil vigorously for 30 minutes **

Once boiled they can be used straight away, but you can also leave the Tiger Nuts in an air tight bucket where after a few days the sugars from the Tiger Nuts will start to ferment. The liquid will turn from water into a thick, sweet syrup - some people say this is when they are the most effective.

Want to make them extra special?

Try adding sugar to the water before soaking. Some people have also soaked the Tiger Nuts in various soft drinks as their sugary content has the same effect.

Once boiled, let the Tiger Nuts cool to lukewarm and then add some of our liquid foods. Products such as CSL and Hydro Wheat will really kick start the fermentation and will actually ferment themselves with the sugars released from the Tiger Nuts making them super attractive. 


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