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Whether you’re a fishing hobbyist or a professional angler, there is no doubt that choosing the correct type of groundbait is critical if you hope to hook a winning catch. In the simplest of terms, groundbait is a mixture of dry ingredients intended to attract a certain type of fish. There are numerous colours, configurations and flavours to choose from. These will primarily depend upon what you are trying to catch. So, it pays to take a quick look at the main variants of groundbait as well as when each type will represent the best solution.

What are the Unique Types of this Bait Formulation?

Groundbait can typically be broken down into three primary categories:

  • White crumb (a mixture of breadcrumbs that has been milled into a powder).
  • Fish meal (dried out fish that have been ground into a coarse powder).
  • Biscuits (these are known for their sweetness and they will often contain ingredients such as molasses and hemp).


Let's also mention that "active" baits will fizz in order to attract specific types of fish. Inactive baits will rest on the lakebed creating a carpet of attraction for the fish to hone in on. Once again, this will depend upon what you plan on catching.

Colours may also come into play. For example, brown is the best if you are uncertain what type of fish you are hoping to catch while more vibrant hues such as red and green can be utilised to attract more competitive species.

How to Choose the Correct Product

Each of these three categories are ideal for specific situations. For instance, white crumb (sometimes known as punch crumb) is normally suited for winter fishing due to its effectiveness outweighing other feed when the temperatures are low. Fish meal is a perfect solution for carp, bream and tench. The biscuit variety can be employed when fishing for species such as bream due to their sweeter flavour. These can also be used in order to attract a larger volume of fish if you are not certain which species may be present within a specific environment.

Keep this in mind when choosing groundbait for your next fishing excursion. Our team will be happy to answer any questions that you may have.