Naked Oats

    REF: 90261

    This highly attractive particle makes a superb, visually attractive alternative to Hemp and other seeds. Its low oil content and easily penetrated skin make it an outstanding loose feed that can carry and release powerful attractors in your swim. Boil 1-2 minutes before using.

    £6.99

    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!  

    Naked Oats Properties:

    • Dry: Long thin creamy beige coloured, semi-soft 2mm x 8mm seed
    • Cooked: Swells and becomes very soft and digestible, 3mm x 8mm
    • Very cost effective, visually attractive particle. Also known as ‘Oats Groats’
    • High in starch (energy) and low in oil. An excellent year-round loose feed
    • Superb when liquidised with Hemp Seed then added to your spod mix 
    • Very attractive to Carp, Bream, Roach and Tench
    • Best delivered by spod, spomb or boat
    • As they look like maggots, Naked Oats make an ideal maggot loose feed
    • Great in sloppy spod mixes with Flaked Maize & Response + Cream Bait Booster
    • Infuse Naked Oats with Liquid Bloodworm Compound to mimic bloodworms or red maggots 

    Preparation Guide:

    1. Soak: Naked Oats do not need to be soaked
    2. Boil: Boil for 1-2 minutes or until they fully soften
    3. Enhance: Add any enhancers before you start boiling your Naked Oats.

    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.