What is Fjuka? | Is This Bait Really Any Good?

If you are reading this then the chances are you are wondering to yourself ‘what is Fjuka?’.

Well, Fjuka is a brand of revolutionary new fishing bait that seems to be taking the angling world by storm. Top names in the fishing world such as Matt Hayes has tried and tested Fjuka and the results were staggering. It really is a very versatile bait that seems to attract all species of fish.

This bait will work really well on your average commercial-type fisheries pulling in the carp, tench, and bream. Not only that it works unbelievably well for the smaller fish such as roach, rudd, and perch, etc. Fishing venues such as rivers and canals will also benefit from this curious new wonder bait.

The Fjuka bait is available in 3 main types. The Neeonz hook bait, the micros, and the 2 in1. All of which can be used as hook bait straight out of the packet.

The Fjuka Neeonz Hookbait

The Fjuka Neeonz is available in 4 neon colours. Lightning White, Well Hello Yellow, Brilliant Orange, and Powerful Pink. These neon colours are designed to be easily seen in murky waters.

Although these baits are different colours they do not vary in flavour. The tube they come in is full of 150 7mm hookable size pellets. If you need a different size bait simply just pull them apart and re mold. If you need a bigger bait just add a few together and re mold, it is as simple as that. There are no nasty ingredients in these little versatile pellets. They are made primarily with ingredients fit for human consumption, with an added neon pigment. 

Pretty much every freshwater species of fish can be caught on these little beauts. These are bait that the fish just simply love.

The Fjuka Micro Pellets

Now, these are really good! Fjuka claims that these pellets give off 3000 times the amount of attractant than regular oil-based baits. Whether this claim is true or not I’m not sure of, but blimey they really do attract the fish!

As with the Neeonz, you can mold these pellets to whatever size you wish. Due to their size, they make an awesome loose feed. But because of their versatility, they really work well on the hook as well with no fears of them falling off whilst casting. 

Each bag contains 3000 micro pellets and if stored correctly will stay usable and soft for up to 12 months. Just be sure to keep them in a sealed container. These pellets come in 4 different colours which are red, yellow, black, and white.

The Fjuka 2 in 1 Hookbait

This version of the bait comes in 5mm and you get over 1000 in each bag for £1.99. That really is superb value for your money. Not only do these pellets work, but they also work really well. I bloody love them and I think you will too. One of the bonuses of using these is that you won’t need a bait band or a bait drill, just mount them straight on the hook. Saving you time and effort on the bank.
All of these baits come loaded with, Sensate’. This is a micro attractant that the fish find hard to resist. This starts getting released as soon as the bait hits the water’s surface, pulling in all the fish in the area.

Is Fjuka Really That Versatile?

Yes, This bait is hugely versatile. It can be Hair rigged, put straight on the hook, used as loose feed, or used with a pellet band. It can be made into all shapes and sizes and comes available in 4 different colours. As mentioned earlier it can even be used to mimic other popular baits such as corn, bread, worms etc. This in turn will save you money on other baits, save you the hassle of going to buy the other baits, and means you will have less stuff to weigh you down.

Is Fjuka Easy to Cast?

The answer to this is the Fjuka pellets cast superbly. There is no need for any doubts that your bait may have come off like some pellet-type baits.

As long as you have hooked the bait properly then that bait isn’t going anywhere.

I used it successfully at my local commercial fishery. I was fishing a good 3-rod lengths out, and I had no problems with casting. Give it a go yourselves, I really think you will be impressed with the outcome.

The Best Thing About Fjuka

I think the best thing about using this bait is that it can mimic other baits. 

Try molding any of the colours into maggot shapes to fool the fish. The yellow pellets can be changed in an instant to mimic a piece of corn. The white can be instantly transformed to look like bread, and the red can be deadly looking like a worm. 

The options are endless, they catch fish and it is great fun trying all these different ways out on the bank.

To Conclude

I think the best thing about using this bait is that it can mimic other baits. 

Try molding any of the colours into maggot shapes to fool the fish. The yellow pellets can be changed in an instant to mimic a piece of corn. The white can be instantly transformed to look like bread, and the red can be deadly looking like a worm. 

The options are endless, they catch fish and it is great fun trying all these different ways out on the bank.

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