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CODE Description
SSPT/H11 11mm - Hali Hookers
SSPT/H08 8mm - Hali Hookers
SSPT/H06 6mm - Hali Hookers
SSPT/BW11 11mm - Bloodworm Fishmeal S-Pellets
SSPT/BW08 8mm - Bloodworm Fishmeal S-Pellets
SSPT/BW06 6mm - Bloodworm Fishmeal S-Pellets
SSPT/K11 11mm - Krill S-Pellets
SSPT/K08 8mm - Krill S-Pellets
SSPT/K06 6mm - Krill S-Pellets
SSPT/11 11mm - S-Pellets Original
SSPT/08 8mm - S-Pellets Original
SSPT/06 6mm - S-Pellets Original

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S-Pellets have a tougher texture than Super Expanders or Soft Hooker Pellets. They can be cast out using a feeder, bomb or waggler and reeled in on more than one occasion and still be as effective as the moment you hooked it.

The nutritionally balanced pellets are packed full of oil containing some of the best fish-attracting flavours that you can buy. Designed specifically to pull fish into your swim and trigger an aggressive feeding response, S-Pellets can be directly hooked or hair-rigged to suit your presentation.

Whether you’re using S-Pellet Feed, F1 Pellets, Tiger Fish Pellets or even Krill Pellets you can match your hookbait to the feed that you’re using. A sure way to gain the fish’s confidence.

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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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