The best-selling tigernuts of carpfishing
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You will find the best selection of tigernuts for carpfishing here, in our specialized online store with a wide variety of flavors and types: artificial tigernuts, dried, soft and soaked in liquid. Available all brands: Trybion, Pro Elite Baits, Vitalbaits, Peralbaits, Superbaits, Rod Hutchinson, TC Baits, HTF Carp, Dynamite, Massive Baits, StarbaitsVitalbaits, PeralbaitsSuperbaitsRoyal BaitsPro Elite BaitsTC Baits. Massive Baits
Tigernuts of all flavors: robin red, crab octopus, garlic, piña scopex, banana, strawberry, sugar, anise, antarctic krill, monster crab, banana, vanilla, mulberry or squid octopus.
Tigernuts Starbaits SK309,15€ VAT included
Starbaits SK30 Corn4,95€ VAT included
Tigernuts Starbaits Hot Demon9,15€ VAT included
Tigernuts Starbaits Probiotic Blackberry9,15€ VAT included
Starbaits Probiotic Ginger Squid Corn4,95€ VAT included
Tigernuts Starbaits Hot Demon 1 Kg10,80€ VAT included
Tigernuts Starbaits SK30 1 Kg10,80€ VAT included
Tigernuts Starbaits Ocean Tuna9,15€ VAT included
Massive Baits Tigernuts
Tigernut Massive Baits Seafood6,95€ VAT included
Tigernut Massive Baits Pineapple6,95€ VAT included
Tigernut Massive Baits Green Mulberry6,95€ VAT included
Tigernut Massive Baits N-Scopex6,95€ VAT included
Tigernut Massive Baits Bolsena Squid6,95€ VAT included
Tigernut Massive Baits Strawberry Bergamotta6,95€ VAT included
Tigernut Massive Baits Deadly Squid6,95€ VAT included
Tigernut Massive Baits Voodoo6,95€ VAT included
Tigernuts Pro Elite Baits
Tigernuts XXL Pro Elite Baits Gold Robin Red4,99€ VAT included
Artificial tigernuts Fluminow Pro Elite Baits Robin Red4,50€ VAT included
Tigernuts XXL Pro Elite Baits Garlic4,99€ VAT included
TC Baits Tigernuts
Tigernuts XXL TC Baits Pineapple-Banana6,90€ VAT included
Tigernuts XXL TC Baits Corn6,90€ VAT included
Tigernuts XXL TC Baits Krill6,90€ VAT included
Tigernuts XXL TC Baits Vanilla6,90€ VAT included
Tigernuts XXL TC Baits Scopex6,90€ VAT included
Tigernuts XXL TC Baits Strawberry6,90€ VAT included
Tigernuts XXL TC Baits Mulberry6,90€ VAT included
Royal Baits Tigernuts
Tigernuts XXL Royal Baits Monster Crab6,95€ VAT included
Tigernuts XXL Royal Baits Peach Pineapple6,95€ VAT included
Tigernuts XXL Royal Baits Melon Honey6,95€ VAT included
Tigernuts XXL Royal Baits Banana6,95€ VAT included
Tigernuts XXL Royal Baits Clam Scopex6,95€ VAT included
Tigernuts XXL Royal Baits Peach6,95€ VAT included
Tigernuts XXL Royal Baits Garlic6,95€ VAT included
Tigernut Crushed Royal Baits14,95€ VAT included
Tigernuts Trybion Stracto6,99€ VAT included
Dynamite Baits Tigernuts
Tigernuts Dynamite Baits Naked9,25€ VAT included
Tigernuts Dynamite Baits Black9,25€ VAT included
Peanuts Dynamite Baits5,95€ VAT included
Tigernuts Peralbaits Melon Pineapple5,90€ VAT included
Tigernuts Peralbaits Anise5,90€ VAT included
Tigernuts Peralbaits Monster Crab5,90€ VAT included
Tigernuts Peralbaits Krabben5,90€ VAT included
Sweet Vitalbaits Tigernut4,95€ VAT included
Tigernut XXL Vitalbaits Cinnamon5,95€ VAT included
Tigernut Vitalbaits peeled Cinnamon5,95€ VAT included
Tigernut Vitalbaits Mojo5,90€ VAT included
Imitation tigernuts with liquid Vitalbaits Banana GLM5,50€ VAT included
More baits for carpfishing
– What are tigernuts for fishing?
Tigernuts are a type of tuber with great use in carpfishing. The tigernuts serve as bait for the fish, so they will be part of the feed of our catches, being very attractive for them.
Having a hard bark, they are not fully digested by fish, so we should not abuse tigernuts as a method of priming.
Normally, tigernuts are yellowish with brown patches and rounded shape. It will be a bait that will give very good results to our carpfishing sessions.
A natural feature of carpfishing tigernuts is their high sugar content, which makes them irresistible to carp.
– What are tigernuts used for in carpfishing fishing?
As tigernuts are part of the wide range of fish bait, they are used to feed them and trick them into finally nailing them to our hook. Therefore, tigernuts can have two functions: use them as candidates to create our feedlot, or, on the other hand, use them as a posture in the hair of our hook.
One aspect to keep in mind is that we can buy raw tigernuts and cook them ourselves, but it is essential not to forget the cooking step, to make them softer. Tigernuts already prepared in different colors and flavors are also sold.
– When is it advisable to use tigernuts for fishing?
A characteristic of tigernuts that we should not overlook is the hardness of their shell. This particularity has advantages and disadvantages.
The first advantage over the hardness of the tigernut is the following: it does not suffer the attack of crabs, because being so hard, they can not easily chop it with their claws to eat it, unlike a boilie. Therefore, tigernuts are not a bait of pleasure for crabs, so in swamps that present a large number of these crustaceans, it will be useful to use tigernuts as bait, thus ensuring that our rod is always fishing and the posture will remain available for our fish. Tigernuts, therefore, are a selective bait.
Generally, tigernuts are chosen during the warm weather stage, although it can be used throughout the year. It is in summer when the crabs are most active and there is a possibility that they attack our bait, this fact being practically impossible if we fish with tigernuts.
It is also advisable to use tigernuts for baiting. Normally, there are mixes on the market, that is, mixtures that contain tigernuts of various sizes in vacuum-packed packages. These are the ones we use to bait, with the help of a boat or a baiting boat normally. On the other hand, tigernuts for posture are usually dispensed in the form of plastic jars or glass jars, where they are impregnated with liquids that give them flavor and smell.
– Are they a good option to create our feedlot?
Yes, tigernuts are a type of bait that is pleasing to fish, but they should not be abused to make a feedlot.
Due to the characteristic mentioned above about the hardness of their shell, tigernuts cause a “crunch” or crunchy effect when they are eaten by the tents. The pharyngeal teeth of the carps, located in their throat, will crush the tigernut when it is absorbed by the fish, so that the typical sound of a crunchy meal is produced, which is attractive and comforting for these animals. In addition, this noise caused by the crushing of tigernuts can be perceived at long distances by other fish that frequent the area, these being attracted to our feedlot.
But the hardness of the cover of tigernuts is a double-edged sword. Due to this hardness, the fish will not digest the tigernuts well in their entirety, so they will defecate it into small pieces, which will be available again and serve as food for other fish that surround our feedlot. Thus, they will further extend the area of the feedlot, because the carp when it feeds, moves and will defecate the fragments of tigernuts in a different place. This can be advantageous, because in this way, we will always keep our feedlot active and the presence of tigernuts will not be lacking, but we must bear in mind that these tigernuts can damage the intestinal tract of the fish, generating cuts inside or irritating it, because they are not fully digested. That is why the abuse of tigernuts to bait is harmful to fish.
– What types of tigernuts exist and which are the most used?
We can buy fishing tigernuts of several different colors and flavors, although the most common in the market are natural yellowish tigernuts with brown tones.
In addition, the size of the tigernuts can also vary, with XXL tigernuts being the most used when making an assembly. Depending on their size, tigernuts are classified into standard, XL or XXL.
– What brands and flavors of tigernuts to use?
There are a variety of brands specialized in bait, from cheaper tigernut brands to higher end ones, some are: Trybion, Pro Elite Baits, Peralbaits, Superbaits, Rod Hutchinson, JBaits, PeralbaitsEnterprise, Starbaits HTF Carp and SuperbaitsTC Baits. Pro Elite Baits
As most characteristic flavors of tigernuts: robin red, crab octopus, garlic, piña scopex, banana, strawberry, sugar, anise, antartic krill, monster crab, banana, vanilla, mulberry or squid octopus.
– What carpfishing assemblies can we make with tigernuts?
If we plan to fish with tigernuts, we can make a montage where the posture includes only this type of bait, so that in the hair we place one or two tigernuts generally. However, you can also accompany the tigernuts with pop ups or floating corn, leaving our position raised with respect to the aquatic floor. Before throwing it into the water, we have to make sure that our posture is well soaked in its corresponding aroma, to make it more appetizing and attractive to fish.