Long gone are the days spending hours in the kitchen mashing up potent-smelling fishmeal boilies in a food blender. Why, because the Krusha is here. There have been many devices over the years developed to crush up baits, such as the vegetable chopper, but most couldn’t handle the rigours of day-to-day carp angling. The blades would often bend, break or blunt and at times it could take hours to grind up a kilo of boilies, let alone tiger nuts or pellets.
The principle behind the Krusha was simple. We wanted to devise something that could crush up literally any bait out there within seconds; whether that be tiger nuts, pellets or air-dried boilies. So, the Krusha was born. Created as an ultra-strong and robust device the Krusha uses its sharp teeth to work together in motion to ultimately demolish anything that you put before it.
Finished in a carpy, olive green colour and available in both large and small, the Krusha is perfect for the day-to-day carp angler and will become an asset in his or hers armoury.
Simply fill the Krusha on the section that states ‘fill’, place the other section over the top and begin to twist. The more vigorously you twist, the smaller the items will be. Grinding pellets to a mere dust creates a mighty fine bag mix and if you’re a fan of solid bags, look no further. The boilie particles will also be a fantastic addition to a stick mix, spod concoction or marginal blend.
Experiment with literally anything and you could create the ultimate mix!
Marginal enthusiast Simon Scott was absolutely mindblown with the Krusha development and won’t go angling without one. He literally crushes up everything; from nuts, hemp, to boilies and pellets. He put the Krusha to the sword during a spring session on Churn Pool, situated in the Cotswolds, and caught many magnificent specimens to over 20lb – all over rock hard, chopped baits. What more can we say? Simply awesome!