Smelt can provide that winning formula due to there unique cucumber aroma and visual appearance.
SMELT Osmerus mordax - are a firm favourites among pikers nationwide, with there unique cucumber aroma they have accounted for thousands of big pike over the years, and still catch big fish to this day, even on those pressured waters.
These responsibly sourced fish are a good tough bait. A big part of a pikes natural diet
Sardines are a very soft oily fish. A cheap and great all round bait.
Out of stock
Roach are abundant in most waters in the U.K and are natural food source for pike
Gadda Pollan are packed loose in bags to ensure that they still pop up naturally
Perch are high up on a pikes diet due to there abundance in UK waters
Skimmers/Bream are becoming increasingly popular with pike anglers up and down the country.
A great tough, oily bait that keeps on puling out pike after pike on every type of water. A very reliable pike bait!
A fairly new bait on the market. A very oily and bloody fish, Blueys are fast becoming a popular pike bait amongst pikers!
Lamprey have become a must for most pike anglers over the years due to the copious amount of blood that seeps out them. OUT OF STOCK
LAMPREY Lampetra fluviatilis – they can be halved or fished whole. Gadda lamprey are said to be one of the best baits on the market. Top pike anglers in the UK have reported them to be irresistible.
Sprats are part of the herring family this bait is a very oily fish with plenty of natural attractants.
Sprat Sprattus sprattus once a very popular bait with pike anglers has lost its appeal over the years due to new bait becoming available on the market but could give you an edge on those sea baits only waters.
Herring are very appealing due to their very oily flesh and silver appearance, a favourite amongst pike anglers for many years.
Herring Clupea harengus – can be used as whole bait or cut in half. When cut and fished as a half bait head and tail, you are increasing your chances of catching, because the natural oil is able to escape into the water quicker. Gadda herring are sourced within UK waters and frozen instantly to maintain their silvery appearance, which is known to trigger a feeding response in pike.