Halibut Oil

Halibut Oil
Halibut Oil

Halibut Oil is a superb liquid additive that has become very popular in Europe over the past few years. Although it is really not new, Halibut pellets were used in France in the 90’s as they are full of rich oils, were cheap to bait in bulk and very effective hence the modern day popularity. Halibut Oil is rich in valuable vitamins and minerals and will give added attraction to any pellets, particle mixes, pack or method mixes, ground baits and spod mixes.
For Boilie making we recommend 20ml per 1 lb/450g of base mix. This PVA friendly oil is best used in warmer water and comes in a 6 oz (175ml) Bottle.
Store in a cool dry place or can be refrigerated. We recommend using this product within 6 months from purchase for maximum effectiveness.

We call them Food Oils because that’s exactly what they are, food. They add nutritional balance to any well formulated mix by increasing the amount of necessary dietary fat in the bait. Fatty acids are as vital in their way as are essential amino acids and represents the easiest form of digestible energy a carp can get. Nothing can exist without energy so it figures that fats (oils) are as essential as any other factor in nutrition.
K-1 derives this fat content from our specially refined oils which are tailor-made to provide the perfect source of naturally occurring fatty acids rich in Omega 3.

These products are all PVA friendly and can also be used on pellets, dips, glugs, pack baits, stick, method and spod mixes or for making boilies.
They add attraction and will ooze out very quickly in the warmer weather with some being suitable for year round use. They can also be used as a hookbait soak to maximize attractiveness. There are many varieties in the range that can be used for specific situations and which ones you choose is personal preference.

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