Many anglers utilise a pop-up for their boilie fishing.
Although this is clearly an effective presentation, it might pay off to fish a bait closer to the lake bed. A wafter bait can be the best of both worlds.
The Krill wafters feature the same potent attractor profile as the popular boilies, only they have an element of buoyancy.
Their small size and barrel shape means they lend themselves perfectly to being fished over a tighter bed of bait. Their buoyancy will also help fool wary carp that are used to picking up pop-ups and bottom baits. The pop-up mix causes the bait to be lighter. The slower-sinking nature makes it ideal for fishing over light weed too, allowing it to mimic a loose boilie.
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