We take an initial look at what is set to be one of the hottest baits on the scene this winter
Nash bait has been a strong player in the bait scene for no less than three decades, which is a huge accolade in itself and their latest release stands as a testament to their vast experience in bait making. Since moving into their newly acquired production facility in the Crouch valley, the product development teams have been working hard to produce advancements in the bait-making branch of the Essex based tackle giant. Nash Bait uniquely positions itself by bringing together experience, new technologies, and iconic ingredients to create some of the most effective bait in Europe. The all-new Strawberry crush is one of their latest developments and it looks set to be one of the hottest baits this winter. Its instant attraction package has been designed to bring quick bites and is essentially a new and improved version of the extremely successful Amber Strawberry that Jim Shelly had a tremendous run of fish on several years ago. The core substance behind the bait consists of a unique blend of three classic Strawberry attractors comprising of Nash’s highly acclaimed strawberry oil palatant, a glycerol-based flavour and a unique ethyl alcohol flavour that’s highly soluble and oozes attraction in cold water. The attractor package is combined with a high leakage base mix that results in a fruity bait, which is quite simply a match made in heaven for cold water carping. In the range, you’ll find boilies of varying sizes, booster and plume juice, along with matching pop-ups. The boilies can be purchased from all Nash stockists on the exclusive buy two get one free offer that they’ve rolled out on previous launches, meaning that you can get the bait for as little as £5 per kilo if you take up this deal on the 5kg bags. It’s hard to argue with that so if you’re looking for a winter edge on a budget due to Christmas crippling your bank balance, Nash have your back with this interesting new range that looks set to up your catch rate through the colder months.
Ben Francis' verdict “A winter winner with exceptional value for money”
FIRST IMPRESSIONS 9/10
VALUE FOR MONEY 10/10