The Dynamite Swim Stim Silver-Fish Groundbait comes under the beady eye of Angler's Mail tackle editor Richard Howard. He's the No.1 products inspector, checking out loads of quality kit every week.
Description: winter groundbait for silver fish on commercial fisheries.
Ingredients: fishmeal and sweet groundbait with ground Swim Stim pellets and hemp.
My verdict: there’s a natural version of this fine pellet mix, and a dark one for when fisheries go cold and clear over the coming months.
Designed for tempting skimmers, roach and bream, and including Dynamite’s well-proven Swim Stim Koi Technology, this low-feed mix can be cupped in, balled in or put through a feeder.
It’s designed to be easy to mix, light and fluffy, and I hear that the natural version can be mixed dry or sloppy, too.
And because of the low feed value, if you do want to add a few extra goodies such as micro pellets, before water temperatures really drop, you can do so without risking overfeeding your swim, a useful option.
Swim Stim Silver-Fish looks like a nice little feed for the months ahead, whether you’re targeting big or small silver fish.
Price: £4.15 for 900 g.
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