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One to One

Mixing traditional paste has never been easy, but ONE to ONE solves this problem, providing you with the perfect paste every single time.

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CODE Description
S/121SG N/A - ONE to ONE Paste Supercrush Green
S/121F1 N/A - ONE to ONE Paste F1
S/121K N/A - ONE to ONE Paste Krill
S/121N N/A - ONE to ONE Paste Natural
S/121G N/A - ONE to ONE Paste Green
S/121BW N/A - ONE to ONE Paste Bloodworm Fishmeal

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It is so easy to mix; simply use the same amount of powdered paste mix and water. Pour them both into a bait tub and mix thoroughly, this creates a very sloppy mix but simply leave it for 30 minutes and it will absorb all of the water and create the perfect paste for fishing on a pole.

• There are two varieties available;
Natural and Green

The best way to use your paste is to take the size you would like to use and roll it into a ball, put your thumb in the middle to make an indentation and put the hook in the thumb print, fold the paste over the hook and mould round the hook, this is then ready to place in the pot.

Included in each bag of ONE to ONE paste is a free paste pot designed to ship out the paste on the pole. These have been designed by Andy Findlay and he recommends that you place a few Fin Perfect Feed Pellets in the bottom of the pot before shipping out to help feed your swim.

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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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