CC Moore Whole Krill Extract 500ML
CC Moore Whole Krill Extract
Whole Krill Extract contains a combination of three highly effective, natural fish-attracting ingredients making it the ultimate Krill-based liquid food.
With its key components derived from the nutrient-rich Antarctic Krill species, Krill Superba, this salty, PVA friendly liquid food contains Krill Oil, Krill Hydrolysate and most importantly Whole Fresh Krill. These independently proven ingredients combine to form an irresistibly attractive natural liquid food that induces fish to feed through chemoreception (stimulation by taste, aroma, density, texture, nutrients etc.)
Krill Hydrolysate adds a deep, natural meaty/crustacean aroma and taste along with high quality digestible protein which supplies essential amino acids. This is then complimented by energy rich Krill Oil which delivers nutritionally beneficial essential fatty acids and disperses up through the water column pulling fish down onto your baited area. Finally its unique Whole Fresh Krill content means Whole Krill Extract also presents fish with a visually attractive, complete food source that helps promote confident feeding on baits to which it is applied.
How should I use this liquid?
Mix Whole Krill Extract into your liquid egg at up to 30ml/kg of base mix. This will equate to approximately 4ml/egg. Mix this thoroughly and then add your base mix to create paste of the desired consistency.
Whole Krill Extract does not melt PVA and makes an outstanding loose feed additive with its numerous different attraction properties. Add it to pellets or boilies at up to 30ml/kg and allow it to soak in before adding a dusting of Krill Meal. Dampen stick and bag mixes with up to 30ml/kg and add to prepared particles and spod mixes at the same inclusion level.
Hookbait and Bait Soak
Whole Krill Extract is superb for boosting hookbaits and boilies. Coat your baits in it and then allow it to soak in until dried. This process can be repeated for added attraction and can be used by adding to freezer baits prior to freezing.