IB Maxi Menu Monster Liver Cold Water Edition

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IB MAXI Menu Monster-Liver Boilies contains:
8 kg IB Carptrack Monster-Liver Boilies

PLUS:
IB Carptrack Amino Dip & Gel Monster-Liver; inLiquid , Power Powder Monster-Liver & Pop Ups Monster-Liver

The Carptrack Cold Water Boilies have been specially developed for fishing between November and April at cold water temperatures of up to 12°C.

The ingredients in the boilie mix are the same, but the proportion of water-soluble ingredients has been increased. Thus, the boilie smears faster and stronger from the outside and even with cold water the exchange of attractants takes place immediately. Our team anglers and customers trust in the Cold Water Boilies in winter and celebrate many successes, even when the ice cover is closed!

Carptrack Monster-Liver Cold Water Boilie
This version of the famous Monster-Liver Boilie has been adapted again for particularly cold water (below 12°C). They spread soluble elements, even at these temperatures, which lure the fish onto their track (carp track). Light feedings and even "single-hook-baits" lead to very successful winter trips. Carp fishing in winter? Naturally!
Consisting of 50% Carptrack Monster CW or Liver CW Mix, as well as the additives Carptrack Liquid (18ml/kg), Carptrack Monster Flavor (5ml/kg) and Carptrack Frankfurter Saussage Flavor (4ml/kg). We now count a number of ice and snow carp on the cold water versions of the successful Carptrack Boilies. See for yourself!
I wish you success! max nollert – Not fit for human consumption.

Cold water and still carp? The five most important rules for success:
1. Never feed too much, the fish use the food extremely slowly in cold water (cold-blooded animals) - feed them regularly
in small portions Sites are often not far from winter sites
3. look for deep water, holes where current is reduced or where temperatures are still mostly around 4°C in the harshest of winters. A body of water always freezes over from above!
4. Carp are a lot less roaming in winter, if your spot isn't productive, change until they make first contact!
5. Winter carp biting periods are short, low pressure areas are often the most successful