The Quarry kicks the Spring season off with a bang
New Product Focus – Salmon Oil
16th August 2018
Salmon Oil needs no introduction to carp fishing, it’s a product that has been used to great success for many years and is a firm favourite amongst many anglers.
This fresh Scottish Salmon Oil is a proven fish attractor, as well as an excellent energy source for carp. Our Pure Salmon Oil is a particularly rich source of Omega-3 and Omega-6, essential fatty acids that carp require as a part of their diet. Its uses in carp fishing are many and varied, by far the two most effective applications for this liquid are coating hookbaits and coating freebies, be they boilies, floaters, pellets or particles.
A coating of this rich oil gives an added level of attraction to your baits, especially throughout the warmer months and even the thinnest glaze will help to make cork-ball pop-ups tougher and preserves them long past their normal shelf life.
With this being available to all Sticky stockists you will be able to grab yourself a 500ml bottle for just £6.99, meaning you can give your baits that extra little edge without having to break the bank.
Since its release, our very own Dan Wildbore has used the Pure Salmon Oil to great effect and landed some cracking carp having incorporated it into his mix.
A quick chat with Dan revealed just how he likes to use it: “I am a huge fan of incorporating liquids in to my bait, particularly oils. A lot of my fishing is over bait and the oil allows me to read the situation and gage the feeding activity over the spot. Once I have mixed my bait up, I like to give it a healthy dose of the Salmon Oil. Rich fish oils have always been a superb carp attractor and are my go-too in the warmer months.
I also like to soak my bottom baits in it too, just to give it that extra added attraction. I do believe that natural products work far better than anything else out there and the Salmon Oil fits the bill perfectly. Lately I have also been adding a PVA bag of pellets to my rig and to ensure it makes it to the bottom, I dip it all in the pot of oil so to slow the brake-down process of the PVA.