If you haven’t tested your local waters with hempseed then you really should. Hemp is a fabulous particle bait which is appealing to most species of fish. This inexpensive bait can be utilised as groundbait and also as hookbait to catch smaller fish. Carp, in particular, find it hard to resist hemp. This could be because the seeds are reminiscent of water snails which feature in the carp’s natural diet. Alternatively it could be because this rich and oily particle bait has such an irresistible flavour.
Hemp at Fishing Bait World
You will find Chinese hempseed particle bait of the highest quality here at Fishing bait world. It is on offer in 2.5kg bags but also in bulk if you need a good supply and once you have tried this bait you will probably want more. Once prepared, you can freeze hempseed for future use.
Take care to properly prepare your hempseed otherwise it can prove harmful to fish. Tip the hempseed into a container. Cover with cold water and seal the container. Make sure that there is plenty of room in your container as the hempseed will swell. Once it has been soaked you can then place the seed and the water into a saucepan. Bring the water to the boil and simmer for 15 minutes. The bait will soften but should not break up unless you simmer it for too long.
If you don’t have the time to prepare your bait then you can also invest in Dynamite Frenzied Cooked Hempseed which is prepared using Dynamite’s unique process to lock in all of the flavour.
Hempseed is a firm favourite with fish but can also be enhanced with attractants if you wish. This is a versatile particle bait which doesn’t cost the earth and which should yield excellent results for you.