The topic of dips and boosters is the subject of many discussions among fishermen by the water as well as in shops and on angling forums. Liquid attractors are conquering the carp market, and their diversity can make you dizzy - just like some fragrances themselves. There is nothing to hide, both of the above-mentioned additives can increase the chance of catching a beautiful carp. The key to success is to understand what a dip and booster are and in what situations they should be used.
are a liquid or gel additive with a very intense fragrance. This is due to the high concentration of attractors and flavor enhancers. They are most often used for soaking baits - from worms to grains and carp boilies
. If boiles are soaked in the dip for a long time, their surface will harden and a characteristic crust will be created, which under the influence of water will release an aroma that the carp will not be able to resist.
are flavor and aroma attractors in a liquid form, which due to its lower density are used to impart flavor to groundbaits, grains, pellets or groundbait balls. Unlike a dip, the booster is well absorbed by the bait boiles, giving them the desired flavor and aroma.
It is important to pay attention to the fact whether a given product is PVA friendly.