just something about tiger nuts that scream Ďcarpí. If I were allowed to pick
just one bait with which to go and bag a carp, a nice slimy tiger nut coated in
its own juices would probably be it! Itís often the case that a tiger nut can
provoke an instant reaction. Their crunchy texture and distinctly sweet taste
mean they can on many occasions tempt a carp to pick up a bait where a boilie
might well fail.
I think carp will often view an effectively
presented natural bait with much less caution than they would a boilie, and as
such, they can be a devastating bait for a number of approaches. Whenever I go
stalking I always make sure I have a bag of tiger nuts close at hand!
Presentation could not be easier, as they
can be fished in exactly the same way as a boilie. However, depending on the
particular situation Iím faced with, I would use one of the set-ups shown in the
links to the right of this page.