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Produsele noastre au ajutat la crearea unor nade de succes pentru crap înca din anii '60

Produsele noastre au ajutat la crearea unor nade de succes pentru crap înca din anii '60

Avem placerea de a va oferi azi informatii privind nadele noastre din hrana pentru pasari, destinate pescuirii crapului. În anii '60, când au început sa fie dezvoltate nadele fierte moderne în Marea Britanie, primele amestecuri speciale de baza folosite ca nada pentru pescuirea crapului erau produse folosind ingrediente de hrana pentru pasari Haith’s®, destinate hranirii pasarilor din cotete si crescatorii. Acestea au ajuns pâna la urma cunoscute sub denumirea „nada din hrana pentru pasari” si - odata cu trecerea timpului - au ramas unele dintre cele mai populare nade pentru pescuirea crapului din prezent, în Europa..

Termékeink az 1960-as évektol segítenek gyoztes pontycsalik készítésében

Termékeink az 1960-as évektol segítenek gyoztes pontycsalik készítésében

Örömünkre szolgál, hogy tájékoztathatjuk Önt a pontyozáshoz való madáreledel alapú csalijainkról. Az 1960-as években, amikor a modern bojli csalikat kifejlesztették az Egyesült Királyságban, az elso, kifejezetten pontyozáshoz kialakított csalit Haith’s® madáreledelek felhasználásával kevertük ki. A madáreledeleket eredetileg ketrecben és madárházban tartott madarak etetésére szántuk. Ez madáreledel alapú csaliként vált ismertté, és az ido múlása ellenére továbbra is a legnépszerubb, pontyozáshoz használt csalik az egész EU területén.

Our products have helped create winning carp baits since the 1960s

Our products have helped create winning carp baits since the 1960s

During the 1960s, when modern boiled baits were being developed in the UK, the first specialised carp fishing bait base mixes were formed using Haith’s® bird food ingredients intended for feeding to cage and aviary birds. These ultimately came to be known as “bird food baits” and - though time has passed -they remain one of the most popular carp fishing baits in current use across the EU.

Make your tiger nuts stand out from the crowd

Make your tiger nuts stand out from the crowd

Tiger nuts are one of the most popular carp baits. They are sweet to the taste and they have that ‘crunch’ factor carp anglers seem to find so appealing these days, but nutritionally they appear to have little food value, and there seems little doubt that if over used they can cause health problems. So why do carp eat them and keep on eating them? Well, I wish I knew! All I do know is that tiger nuts will most certainly account for numerous carp this year and every one that follows.

Haith’s Red Band and Dynamite Baits deliver a carp explosion

Haith’s Red Band and Dynamite Baits deliver a carp explosion

After arriving at 5pm on a 40 acre pit in Devon that holds only six carp, I proceeded to bait up with Red Band particles with added Haith’s Hemp, tigers and Dynamite Baits’ boilies. I spoded out 7kg of mix over the fare margin in about 7 foot of water, then placed a 20ml “Crave” boilie - tipped with a tiger - on top.

Finding the spot - part two

Finding the spot - part two

I mentioned last time that in many cases finding a hot spot where carp regularly feed is not necessarily enough; sometimes you need to find the spot WITHIN the spot, if you get my meaning. So how do you go about finding these elusive areas some of which may well be only a meter or two across?

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