Buck Wheat

    REF: 90148

    Buck Wheat is a massively underrated particle and is a superb accompaniment or alternative for Hemp. It needs to be soaked and boiled in the same way as hemp prior to use and is a great, year-round loose feed which carp love and in fact seem to prefer over many others. 

    £10.99

    Product Description

    All CC Moore particles are selected for their freshness, nutrient values, consistency and, ultimately, their fishing-related performance before being accepted into our world-renowned fishing bait range.

    Only ever sourced from reputable and accredited particle suppliers all seeds, nuts and pulses in our range are guaranteed to be clean, mould/bacteria free and from a recently grown crop. This ensures every product delivers high levels of the key natural attractors that stimulate fish to feed…. and maximise your chance of a bite!  

    Buck Wheat Properties:

    • Dry: Varying shades of brown, hard, pyramid shaped, 4-5mm long sides
    • Cooked: Very dark. Seed swells & splits (like Hemp) to reveal white/grey inner
    • Highly attractive, quite rarely used particle. A real big-fish favourite 
    • Low in oil, easily splits when cooked, also quickly soaks in liquids
    • Supplies natural starch, protein, vitamins & trace elements 
    • Very attractive to Carp, Bream, Roach & Tench  
    • Best delivered by spod, spomb or boat
    • Superb for bulk loose feed for keeping fish feeding for long periods
    • A great alternative to Hemp. Dark enough to avoid birds’ attention
    • Add Hemp Oil for ‘slicking’ effect or Feedstim XP for soluble attraction

    Preparation Guide:

    1. Soak: Cover in boiling water and leave to soak for at least 6 hours
    2. Boil: Boil for 10 minutes or until all the particles are soft and squeezable
    3. Enhance: Add any enhancers when soaking, then boil in the same water

    Customer Guidance:

    This product should be stored cool, dry and out of direct sunlight. 

    Note:

    As this is a natural product there may be physical variations between different batches. This is normal and does not affect the performance potential of the product.