Black Desert

Black Desert

Опубликовано в Пинбол | 29.07.2017

Pellet fishing has taken over in the match fishing world and more and more anglers have now come to terms with just how effective they are.

Ringers Fast Acting Expander Pellet

Natural baits such as maggots and worms have now been replaced by these high protein offerings and even greater match weights are being achieved because of them. Generally a hard bait, pellets are more often used as a loose feed due to the awkwardness of hooking them up. There are means of using them, such as a hair rigging and banding, but they are both a little clumsy and time consuming, especially during a match situation. This is where Dynamite Baits Expander Pellets present the angler with a major advantage, as once these are prepared they can be fished straight on the hook.

Expander Preparation before Pumping

Expander Pellets are a floating pellet straight out of the bag and can be used effectively as surface loose feed, but where they come into their own is when prepared as a hooker pellet. Straight out of the bag expanders are very dull in colouration and when fed alongside standard XL Carp Pellets, present the ultimate hookbait offering.

Expander pellets

Due to the softness of the bait, they are best used when fishing with a pole, as they can be lowered down gently without the worry of the bait coming adrift. If you have the time the night before a match, preparing expanders overnight can be a very easy option, and more importantly, you can carry out this method without a pellet pump!

Very often people make the mistake of hooking their expander pellets in the wrong way, with the outcome usually being a bait dropping off in seconds. If you take an expander between your finger tips and try and break it, you will find that they come apart a lot easier in one particular area. Always hook your pellets against the fibres, as this will give you a much better hook hold within the bait. Your email address will not be published. No content may be reproduced without permissions. The Right Way and The Wrong Way Very often people make the mistake of hooking their expander pellets in the wrong way, with the outcome usually being a bait dropping off in seconds.

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