- White (Milk flavor) for Crucian, Carp, Grass Carp, Silver Carp, Tilapia, Black Carp, Bighead Carp
- Green (Fruity flavor) for Crucian, Carp, Grass Carp, catfish, Tilapia, dace，Panfish
- Yellow (Grain flavor) for Crucian, Carp, Grass Carp, Bullhead, Trout, Perch, walleye, sea fishing
- Red (Fishy smell) for Grass Carp, Bullhead, Trout, Perch, walleye, sea fishing
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🚫 It is used to release OXYGEN for gathering fish quickly and cannot replace bait.
Bubble Ball Fishing Bait FEATURES:
- Suitable for freshwater and seawater.
- Suitable for 95% of fishes.
- Recommended for water depths of 2-5 meters.
- 1 Bubble Ball Fishing Bait lasts at least 1-2 hours underwater!
- VISUAL ATTRACTION:
When the Bubble Ball Fishing Bait is thrown into the water, it quickly sinks to the bottom, releases a large number of oxygen bubbles, creating the environment fish-like! The fish’s instinct will naturally approach the bubble area quickly.
- OLFACTORY ATTRACTION:
Bubble Ball Fishing Bait contains amino acids, fish oil and other odorous ingredients, which makes a large number of fishes around it gather in a short time and keep for a long time.
- AUDITORY ATTRACTION:
The bait imitates the sound of fish feeding and keeps the gathered fish in foraging state.
- Size: 50 mm in diameter
- Atomization: more than 2 hours
- Material: Grain powder, citric acid, oxygenator, food attractant.
- Weight: 90g / 1 ball
- Bubble Ball Fishing Bait – 3 Pcs/Set
Frequently Asked Questions:
- 1、Do harm to the water environment?
The main ingredient of this ball is grain, which has no effect on water quality. The bubbles that attract the fish are only releasing oxygen bubbles.
- 2、How to use it best?
First, find the fishing position, drop the ball bait near the fish nest, and wait 3 minutes then start fishing. The best effective way is to use the ball bait wrapped in the bait.
- 3、What’s the difference between different flavors?
The amount of fish oil，amino acid, oxygen content, and smell released by the different colors bait are all different during the dissolution process, which will attract different fish differently.