Green Lipped Mussel is of New Zealand origin and is undoubtedly one of the most ‘proven’ fish catching additives ever used. It has added superb natural attraction characteristics to anglers baits over many years, resulting in the increased catch rates of many of the best and most experienced anglers in the carp fishing world.
Whilst many new additives have arrived on the scene since the initial use of G.L.M. Ext, the complete attraction value of this superb powder cannot be over stated-as we have found with the devastating Odyssey XXX freezer baits that contain 10% (100g per kg). Being a natural product, there is no limit to its inclusion in base mixes.
Tip: Make the most of the incredible natural attraction properties of this legendary extract by adding over 5% in base mixes, therefore using its distinctive natural aroma and taste to create the all important ‘label’ of the finished bait.
New Zealand Green Lipped Mussel Extract
This New Zealand Green Lipped Mussel Extract has been defatted at source, increasing its effectiveness as a fishing bait ingredient. Only the oil (fat) content has been reduced so that all the amino acids, proteins, vitamins and minerals are still present but actually become more accessible to fish. This reduction in oil content ensures the attraction and nutrient benefits are significantly more readily available, particularly when water temperatures are at low levels. Through lengthy product testing and trial results we have found that the defatted material is considerably more attractive than non-defatted material when used within fishing baits.
Remember: Oils and fats have a very limited attraction value in cold water and as such are not recommended to be used as bait ingredients within baits which are intended for year round use.
Note: As this is a pure, natural product there may be physical variations between different batches. This is normal and does not affect the performance potential of the product.
This Green Lipped Mussel Extract, being low in oil, contains some very fine particles which can become airborne. As with any fine powders, we recommend it is used in a well ventilated space whilst wearing a dust mask to avoid or reduce the risk of inhalation.