GUIDE OF STORAGE : BAIT, BOILIES, GRAINS

Read our advice for keeping your freshwater bait in the best conditions.

BAIT

 
If you can't keep your bait in the best condition, it's not unusual to have to throw the remainder in the bin. To remedy this, the Caperlan Clip’&’Cut accessory means you can open and close bags properly to prevent the bait from getting lost, while making it easier to carry it and store it. What's more, this smart little product's blue colour means it can be easily found in the grass.
CLIP & CUT Bait accessory
 
 
The Clip’n’Cut means you can open and close your bait bags easily.
 
Store your bags in a warm dry room away from heat and humidity. Make sure they're stored high up to protect them from rodents. Caperlan bait stays fresh for two years (the optimal use by date is 24 months after manufacture of the product).
 
 
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A fridge or unplugged freezer is ideal for storing your bait and flours. Hermetically sealed, it means the bait can be kept without going stale.
 
If your bait hasn't "turned" after getting warm, you can keep it by freezing it in a hermetically sealed bag. You must leave it to defrost for at least three hours before you go fishing and moisten it again if needs be. 
 
BOILIES AND PELLETS
 
Store your boilies in a cool dry place away from heat and humidity. To keep them better, you can store your boilies in a hermetically sealed bait bucket away from the light.   
 
HERMETICALLY SEALED BOILIE BUCKETS
 
Tested by our teams, Caperlan boilies stay fresh for a year (optimal use by date limit is 12 months after the manufacture of the product).
 
GRAINS
 
Dry grains can be kept for a long time in a cool, dry place. Once cooked, it's better to use them within two weeks because they quickly go off. Tigernuts keep well compared to other grains. You can store them in a closed bucket away from the light for several weeks or in a hermetically sealed container for several months. 
 
TIGER NUTS_CAPERLAN
 
You can share your storage tips in the comments section. 
 
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