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Lava - A thick liquid additive.

CODE Description
SLAVA/BW N/A - Lava - Bloodworm
SLAVA/F1 N/A - Lava - F1
SLAVA/F1G N/A - Lava - F1 Green
SLAVA/K N/A - Lava - Krill
SLAVA/P N/A - Lava - Pineapple
SLAVA/247 N/A - Lava - 24/7
SLAVA/CR N/A - Lava - Code Red
SLAVA/CG N/A - Lava - Cheesy Garlic
SLAVA/H N/A - Lava - Halibut
SLAVA/SS N/A - Lava - Spicy Sausage

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The introduction of Lava has created a buzz across the angling world.

This sticky additive creates a plume of flavour in an around your chosen bait, wafting carefully balanced scent and colour in the immediate surroundings.

The liquid itself is denser than water, meaning it stays around your baited area, keeping fish interested where it matters most, your hook bait!

Its tacky consistency makes it perfect for casting, not coming off, instead remaining attached to your bait, and staying in place until your bait reaches the bottom.
Within minutes its starts to break down, triggering a rich scent and attractive colour.

The perfect addition to hook baits and feeders, this additive also has the added benefit of sinking on its own, so smeared to a spod or pellet wagglers, the rich cloud creates a column of feed right amongst your bait.

Lava comes in a variety of flavours to suit various venues, species and baits, it is quickly becoming a must have product on every anglers side tray!

Available in
Krill, F1, F1 Green, Bloodworm and Pineapple.
24/7, Code Red, Halibut, Spicy Sausage and Cheesy Garlic.

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