Roasted Nut Compound- What is it?

Author: CC Moore
Categories: Reviews

Roasted Nut Compound- What is it?

For those of you who haven’t been fortunate enough to indulge in the divine smell of the Roasted Nut Compound, we will give you a little insight into why this quite simply awesome liquid has been the number one choice for so many anglers!

By their very nature, carp love nuts! The smell, creamy yet sweet attraction they provide along with the definitive crunch factor, just gets them going every time. Not only does the Roasted Nut Compound delivers a deep, roasted aroma and taste, it also provides a valuable nutrient profile in the form of starch, oils and proteins.

Due to this liquid being completely natural, it comes in a thick paste- type liquid, whereby all of the natural sugars present have allowed it to bind together to form this unique paste. So, how can you put the Roasted Nut Compound to good use?

First and foremost, this liquid is PVA friendly and therefore can be used to great effect in conjunction with Solid PVA bags or small mesh sticks. When making up a bag mix, simply mix in a few teaspoons of this potent liquid to give the mix a distinctive nutty label. For further attraction, the small mesh bags can then be dipped into the neat compound, creating a superb layer of thick goodness around the parcel of bait.

Roasted Nut Compound also greatly improves the clouding and pulling properties of a particle mix, effectively soaking into the small particles and boilies present, especially when combined with a small amount of warm water to thin down a little. The natural oils present within the liquid help to draw fish down through the layers to the baited area, sending intense food signals to disperse effectively through the layers. When mixed with a small amount of water, this liquid becomes incredibly cloudy; sending off huge plumes of milky attraction into the swim.

If you have not experienced the pulling power of the Roasted Nut Compound, it is well worth a go this spring!

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