Cold water and still landing the big ones!
The 5 most important rules to guarantee success:
1. Don’t overfeed! Fish digest food in cold environments very
slowly (poikilothermic coldblooded animals).
Feed little and often small portions!
2. From October onwards take note of where the carp are hold-
up as this is likely to be close to their winter quarters.
3. Look for deep water or holes in which the water-flow is reduced
and where the watertemperature is 4 centigrade in the dead of
winter! Water always freezes from the surface down to the
bottom where you find the warmest temperature than.
4. Carp tend not to move far in the winter time. If your swim isn’t
productive, find another one and keep changing till you have
the first fish contact.
5. Feeding periods of a carp in winter are often short.
Low pressure conditions are often the most successful.
Carptrack Cold Water Boilies have been specifically developed for fishing between the months from November untill April, with colder water temperatures below 12°C.
The ingredients in the Boilie Mix are the same, but we have increased the amount of water soluble components. This makes the Boilie easier to break down and the exchange of attractors is instant.
Our team anglers and customers place great trust in our Cold Water Boilies and they have proven successful in the most extreme conditions even in frozen lakes.
Carptrack Monster’s Paradise Cold Water Boilie:
A soft and gentle bomb, as long as it doesn’t hit the water! Then it’s a firework of the senses!
There is a reason that this boilie is the base to our fantastic Carptrack Monster Boilie, but contains only half of the Carptrack Powder content, making it less filling and therefore more versatile and easier to handle.
It contains 5% Hungarian Paprika, 5% Spanish Pepper for sure from Haith’s and hotter than Robin Red, 2% Asian Garlic Powder and NHDC – The Original. It is rolled with 7ml/kg Carptrack Bloodworm Flavour and 1ml/kg Garlic Essential Oil. Together this creates a bombastic effect regarding immediate and long lasting attraction and elution.
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