Guru Bait Strainers
This is a bait preparation, storage and drainage aid that fit neatly inside Guru Bait Boxes. These are perfect for use with any bait that involves soaking or covering with water, as you can quickly and easily remove the bait from water by lifting the strainer out of the tub when required. The strainer is slightly raised so when placed on the ground water will drain from the bait. Perfect for soaking pellets, preparing expanders, or holding any baits that need to be stored in water and require drainage at the end of a session. These are also ideal for draining the worm juice from chopped worms when adding them to groundbait, so not to alter the consistency of the mix. Available in one pint and 3.3pt versions.
· Bait preparation and storage aid
· Perfect for all baits that require drainage or storage in water
· Ideal for soaking baits
· Fit neatly in Guru Bait Boxes
· Ideal to drain off chopped worm juice with
Guru Bait Box
The boxes are available in three sizes – 3.3 pints, 2.2 pints and one pint (which is an exact 1-pint measure, making it ideal for anglers who have to keep to strict bait limits). The two larger tubs have perforated lids and the smaller version is available with solid and perforated lids. The larger boxes will fit traditional bait waiters, and two of the smaller boxes will fit snugly inside the bigger boxes.
“You can’t reinvent a bait box,” Adam Rooney explains, “However, we all use bait boxes and as the Guru band grows, a simple range of boxes meeting our team’s requirements makes a nice edition to the range. The boxes all have a nice strong overmoulded lid with a window to help the anglers locate what is in each box.
· Available in 1, 2.2 and 3.3 pint sizes
· Solid lid version available for use with pellets
· Designed to help match anglers keep to strict bait limits
· Overmoulded lid with window to prevent warping and locate product inside
GURU is very much a unique brand, offering innovative, cutting-edge products that appeal to a rapidly widening cross-section of anglers.
Much of the product range has been conceived through close consultation with match experts Steve Ringer and Guru’s new brand manager, Adam Rooney. The new products for 2012 are very much still targeted at the commercial match and pleasure angler. However, with top all-rounders like Dean Macey and Shaun Hodges now signed up, you can see just how highly regarded the brand has become among the specimen angling fraternity.