Bait-Tech are keeping us up to date with their latest releases for 2018, with a selection of products that Ian Hirst, Sales & Brand Manager, says are filling the gaps that were missing from the range.
The Suffolk based manufacturer reckons they have something for every coarse angler with one of the largest bait ranges on the market.
The Juice Groundbait has a newly formulated sweet fishmeal base that adds to the Juice range, perfect for targeting commercials with it's fast breakdown and low binding properties. It's joined by The Juice Pellet Wafters that are dumbbell shaped, and come in two shades allowing you to match them to your feed pellets.
The new Big Carp Method Mix contains a very pungent fishmeal using ADF technology, making it easily digestible, and with a host of key Amino triggers, this highly soluble mix can be used in method fishing, spodding, stick mixes, or sprinkled over glugged boilies. It's a proven big fish attractor full of protein rich nuts and pulses which ensure prolonged catching times.
Now most of us like to glug our baits and joining the Special G range of groundbaits and pellets, is the Special G Glug. Giving increased attraction when glugging hook baits, feed baits, mixing with spod mixes and groundbaits, or soaking pellets.
If you use hooker pellets then there's the Special G Hookers. Made from Bait-Tech's Xpand pellets they are full of Special G fishmeals and attractors, are 6mm in size, and come in 3 shades, dark, green and gold to match the groundbait range.
Also adding to fish attraction are the Stick Mix Liquids. Coming in 4 flavours, Scopex, Berry, Pineapple, and Krill, these liquids are PVA friendly so are perfect for stick and PVA-bag set-ups and can be used in any water temperatures, plus they're handy for binding pellets.
Besides making all these great baits, the guys at Bait-Tech know we have to transport it, so they've added this 17 litre bucket. Also great for actually mixing your groundbaits in, it comes in black and pink to echo the company colours.
Not all of the products are available at this point in time but check out the Bait-Tech Facebook page for release dates.