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Kiana Carp Goo is manufactured by experienced carp man, Ian Huntington to a secret reciepe, known to very few people! This enigmatic bait additive can be used to glug hook baits, or boost the power of spod and stick mixes. There are now 24 variants in the range, including blockbusters like Squid Supreme, Pineapple Supreme and the four Almond Goos, to name but a few. The combinations are limitless and we're only just scratching the surface of what is possible with these fascinating liquids.
Compac 200, Compac is the ultimate in tackle storage, keeping items you take fishing neat, organised and handy when you need them. This range of EVA luggage is extremely lightweight and durable, and is made from a waterproof material with welded seams. Each item in the range can be accessed from the top via a two-way zip, and opens in a way which allows you to see everything inside, plus this lid also has an interior zipped mesh pocket for keeping anything that you need instant access to – such as a baiting needle and boilie stops. Currently there are four items in the Compac range – Compac100, Compac125, Compac140 and Compac200 – which will cover everything from storing smaller items such as leads; through to the mid-sized storage systems which are ideal for spools of hook link material, a TackleSafe or Mini RigSafe, or even to keep all your bits for a certain style of fishing, such as on the surface or stalking, altogether in one place so you can grab it when you need it; the largest size can easily accommodate spods, marker floats, bottles of Goo, Chod Safe, Zig Box, or countless other items.
Snood, These multi-function beanies can be used as a conventional hat, or as a neck gaiter, thanks to their unique twisted-tube design. They come in a choice of solid olive and mottled black colours, both of which have been carefully chosen for their understated carpiness. With the subtle Korda webbing-tape branding, this is yet another piece of innovative Korda apparel.
Pellet Pliers, Often in fishing it is the devices that help you to more effectively carry out fairly simple tasks which will make the biggest difference to your catch rate, and that is definitely the case with the new Pellet Pliers, which have only just been released.Banded pellet is a great way of fishing hard pellets, but they can be very tricky to position the band around correctly, even at the best of times, let alone when you have cold or wet fingers.The Pellet Pliers are a simple device that make the task of banding a pellet very quick and easy, but there has still been a lot of thought which has gone into them to get the product just right and ensure that it works perfectly.They basically work on a reverse-pliers design, whereby squeezing the handles together opens the jaws. A pellet band is simply located in the groove on the nose of the pliers, which can then be stretched open with a simple squeeze of one hand, and your chosen size of pellet is positioned inside the band.To finish off the process, pressure on the pliers is slowly released and the banded pellet is removed from the jaws – the tapered design of which makes this task easy to perform.The spring-loaded design makes all of this very easy, without being so strong that there is any danger of damaging the pellet during the process, plus it is compatible with all different sizes of pellet.Pellet Pliers are finished in Guru orange colour, making them highly visible, so you’re unlikely to mislay them whilst you are fishing!
Pellet Waggler, The Pellet Wagger hook has been designed with float hair rigging in mind. As the name suggests, it's particularly suited to use with the pellet waggler, which is so effective on commercial carp waters. The hooks feature an out-turned eye, which ensures that the line exits the eye in a straight line, making for better presentation and greater hooking potential. An extra-long, durable point and wide gape practically guarantees extremely secure hook holds, which will result in more fish in the net. There are six sizes in the range, 10, 12, 14, 16, 18 and 20, which will cover you for most commercial carp fishing as well as waggler fishing on a range of venues.