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CC Moore Krill Amino Compound 500ml

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As the name suggests this superb liquid bait additive is made from one of the most highly nutritious natural ‘super foods’ found on our planet – Krill.
SKU: 99410
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$18.95
CC Moore N Co Ltd

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This phenomenally nutrient-rich crustacean supplies high levels of vital proteins, vitamins, amino acids and antioxidants – even in its natural state, but has been dramatically enhanced during the production of this sensational amino acid compound. During the production of this highly attractive liquid food, Krill is harvested, blended to a pulp, the protein fraction is then extracted and finally hydrolysed with the use of an enzyme to increase its availability and digestibility. The resulting liquid really is incredibly attractive being extremely rich in powerful soluble nutrients which create a strong water-borne food signal in any water temperature. Delivering a deep yeasty-fish aroma and distinctive salty taste to baits Krill Amino Compound also stimulates fish to feed by supplying high levels of free amino acids in conjunction with vital health-promoting nutrients like canthaxanthin – the incredible antioxidant which is also found in highly rated bait products such as Robin Red®, Shrimp, Peppers, Chilli and of course Krill Meal. The awesome density of this powerful amino acid compound also gives you another great edge. When it is applied to any bait which sits on the bottom of your swim it will leach into the silt, clay or gravel on the lake or river bed. This will entice fish to root around in the swim as they pick up food signals long after the bait has disappeared increasing the likelihood of them picking up your hookbait.

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SKU 99410

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