ET Predator Pike Oils

Mon 09 December 13


The ET Predator Pike Oils

To compliment the extensive range of predator terminal tackle, rods and accessories. ET Predator Tackle have there own individual range of what can only be described as aromatic oils (basically they smell like Grimsby fish market on hot day). This is the original range of oils that have been around for some time now but due to their ever growing universal popularity, UKMA decided to give them the once over.

With bait developments and the ingenuity of angler the ET Pike Oils have now found many duties through out angling. Obviously they still have a massive place in the Pike angler’s artillery, being injected into dead baits and used as an oily pungent attractant on Lures; however, this is only the tip of the iceberg. We all know predation love fish oils but don’t assume that this is the Pike Oils only uses.

On the Rivers Teme and Severn, Lamprey became the cult bait about 3 years ago and accounting for numerous specimen sizes Barbel and Chub. Since then, many other flavours have made the cross over to the specimen and specialist arenas including the Mackerel, Oily Sardine and Salmon, all of these are superb glugs for floating bait but also add that little bit extra aroma to a spod or stick mix.

ET PRedator Pike Oils close up

Final Thoughts

The ET Predator Tackle Pike oils have over the years been used by some of the countries leading Predator, Specimen and Specialist anglers alike with outstanding results. We have found that the ET Pike Oils will catch both predatory and coarse fish on rivers and still waters with equal effect. Just because it says Pike on the bottle, don’t mean to say a Barbel or Carp angler shouldn’t us them.

Foot Note – The flavours available in the range are as follows; Freshwater Eel, Lamprey, Mackerel, Oily Sardine, Sand eel, Salmon and Smelt, and they carry RRP £8.99 for 100ml

Important product info

This range is currently under review by the manufacturer, so watch this space for more information as we get it.


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