100% pure salmon oil
Winterised to ensure its effectiveness at all times throughout the year
Rich in Omega 3 and 6 oils
Source of energy with powerful antioxidant &natural attraction properties
Ideal for use within stick mixes and PVA bags, pellet, particle, spod mixes
Can also be used with pellets for surface fishing
Also acts as an attractant to Pike
Salmon Oil has long been a firm favourite among those dedicated carp anglers and it is renowned for its highly attractive qualities. However, what some anglers might not realise is that the original supplier of salmon oil to the UK is no longer able to produce 100% pure salmon oil and will instead mix different fish oils to create the salmon-like-aroma. As you might expect, this is nowhere near as effective as pure fish oil. This is why CC Moore has worked hard to source 100% pure oil to use in its Salmon Oil, ensuring that you get the results you demand, time after time.
The uses for CC Moore Pure Salmon Oil are endless and you can introduce this potent aroma into almost any mix for staggering results. One of the most effective ways you can use the CC Moore Pure Salmon Oil is to enhance any free offerings that you’re putting out. Whether you’re adding a glaze to your boilies or you’re mixing it into your spod mix, Pure Salmon Oil adds a compelling his of flavour and aroma which seeps out into the water to draw the fish into your swim.
If you’re adding it to a boilie mix then it is recommended that you add the oil whilst the boilies are defrosting (if you’re using freezer boilies). This will allow your boilies the chance to really soak up all the oil, for added and enhanced flavour. By crushing or chopping a few of your boilies in your free offerings, you can modify the leakage rate of the bait, as these smaller boilies will release their oil much quicker than the larger, whole boilies. Another method of adding Pure Salmon Oil to your mix is to boil up some lake water and pour it over your oil and boilie mix. This will quickly activate all the additives within the oils, creating a slick surface on the water. This also aids with fish detection, as any disturbance on this slick surface will indicate that the fish are feeding below.