Great for making boiles and creating easy-to-throw pastures
For a long time on the market, maple berries have many advantages, but they are little exploited in our waters, despite the fact that they can be used effectively in the production of boiles.
Maple berries come mainly from North America, and are very much used in birdfood mixes for pigeons. These berries are very nutritious, containing a high content of protein and carbohydrates, as well as being rich in fiber and fat.
They can be used to make boiles, but can also be paired with tigernuts and pop-ups.
These berries have a good texture and density. Thisò allows for easier casting of the bait from the shore. They are also very durable.
They are the secret weapon of many of the most famous frequenters of Saint Cassien, where their use has enabled the capture of many prey over the “mythical” 20 kilograms. Not to forget that the corresponding ’aroma è one of the mostù used in waters throughout Europe
Dusted they are excellent. The ideal soaking time è is about 24 hours and after 1 hour of cooking they can be left to ferment for about 2-3 days.
Warning: this product è suitable only and exclusively for sport fishing, not suitable for human use.
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Indispensable for the storage of Boiles