Buckwheat

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Buckwheat is a very different, attractive particle which carp crave for and devour without caution, making it an ideal particle to use on those harder carp lakes. The texture is also another attractive quality, along with the inherent rich oils and other attractive properties. Buckwheat also works well in conjunction with Hemp and a good ratio is fifty/fifty, with a scattering of corn through the mix.

Preparing Buckwheat for Fishing

Preparation couldn’t be simpler; soak for about twelve hours, then boil for five to ten
minutes until the seed splits showing the kernel, simple as. In the spring and summer adding pink Himalayan rock salt will give it an extra dimension adding massively to the attraction.

  • Available in 2kg , 5kg and 10kg bags
  • Product is unprepared and will need preparing before use
  • Store particle in a cool and dry place away from direct sunlight, in a plastic or metal air tight lidded container.


Top Tip

Alternatively add one of the many flavoured Betalin’s during the cooking
process for a different take and edge. Use approx 2ml per dry kg

Customer Reviews

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Derek Mallows (Houston)
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Excellent Quality Buckwheat Lovely mixed with the Hempseed

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Steve t (Horsham)
Buckwheat

Soaked for 12-14 hrs over night, been boiling and simmering for 45 mins now and still nothing split open and rock hard. Had to keep topping up pot with boiling water, 👎🏻👎🏻👎🏻
Just hope the crushed tigers and the maize cook as supposed to or that will be a waste of money as well

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Richard Simpkins (Bristol)
Buckwheat

Top quality 👌

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David Lees (Witney)

Spot on thanks

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paul fullman (Hackney)

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