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Fin Perfect Feed

The perfect feed pellet offering attraction and versatility.

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CODE Description
SFP/FP01 1mm - Fin Perfect Feed
SFP/FP02 2mm - Fin Perfect Feed
SFP/FP04 4mm - Fin Perfect Feed
SFP/FP06 6mm - Fin Perfect Feed
SFP/FP08 8mm - Fin Perfect Feed

The concept of pulling fish in from a wide area and keeping them in the swim without overfeeding them is a long-established principle and using Andy Findlay’s massive experience on the commercial circuit we believe we have created the ultimate pellets for the job.

Laced with water soluble attractants and providing a nutritionally balanced carp diet the Fin Perfect feed pellets are available in 2, 4, 6 and 8mm sizes to cater for all angling situations, and a new 1mm.

Our feed pellets can be used straight from the bag or can be softened in water and compressed onto a method or into an open ended feeder to give versatility of presentation for any angling situation.

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Recent Catches

Here's some pictures, submitted by our team of
angling consultants.

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This 14lb 12oz Tench fell to Dai Gribble while fishing over a bed of  Hemp, F1 Corn and 2mm S-Pellets Chris Ponsford with a bream caught using Bloodworm Groundbait on a Method feeder Ade Kiddell with a River Severn barbel that couldn't resist an 8mm Krill Pellet O! Dai Gribble with a 13lb 3oz Tench 
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