Stinky Stuff has been in development for the past two years. Starting from a concept of breaking down other baits and finding the core amino acid from each bait that was attracting fish to feed.
We also looked at the natural environments of fish, natural food sources and circumstances that trigger a fish to feed. These circumstances are not always associated with the actual food or bait, they might be climate or other chemical and nutrients in the water. All of this information was collated into a database, now locked away in safe.
We are proud of the fact that Stinky Stuff has gone through in depth research, development and testing and through to achieving an off the shelf product.
Stinky Stuff is aquatically safe, environmentally safe and in balance with a fish' digestive system.
Once a database of key attractants and feeding stimulants was achieved, we set about working with a team of Chemists, including Kartina (pictured above) In the laboratory we created a formulation which took the best components out of existing baits on the market as well as other chemical and natural nutrients. The result was a bait we had confidence in as a product and one that would best stimulate the fish to feed, this was not an easy process.
When you look at many other glugs, dips and additives on the market, you will notice that once they have settled, you get a different colour for different levels of liquid in the bottle. This is because the mix is blended. In simple terms, the ingredients are put in a jar and stirred like a cup of tea.
During tests we found that the attractants were still separated, a comparison might be mixing maggots with pellets as feed, they're still separate baits. This is the same with blended additives once they are in the water, their molecules very quickly separate from each other in the same way you'd observe them doing so in a bottle.