The Source boilie range has been helping anglers to land fish since it was first developed over a decade ago.
Terry Hearn and the Dynamite product development team set out to create our first boilie range way back in 2002 and spent over a year seeking out the ingredients and tweaking and testing the recipe, until they were confident that this would be a bait to stand the test of time.
Made with natural ingredients including Haiths Robin Red® to give the bait its deep red colour and spicy flavour, high protein low temperature fishmeal and several other special ingredients. Also added crushed egg shell gives the bait a unique texture and a crunch that carp love.
The Source has been responsible for many captures in the UK and abroad, from 50lb carp to specimen barbel and is the go to choice for anglers fishing an unknown water.
Haith’s Robin Red®,
High Protein Low Temperature Fishmeal,
Special Spice Mix,
Crushed Egg Shell,
Terry’s Special Attractors
- The kilo bags are in resalable zip lock packaging meaning you can keep your bait fresher for longer. Shelf life available in 10mm, 15mm, 18mm and 20mm. Freezer baits in 15mm and 18mm.
- For baiting campaigns the boilies are also available in 5 kilo bulk bags at a discounted price. Shelf life in 15mm, 18mm and 20mm, freezer baits available in 15mm and 18mm.
- Dumbell boilies in 14mm Shelf life and freezer baits
- Base Mix kit containing the powered base mix and liquid food bottle to roll your own baits or cork ball pop ups. Available kilo and 5 kilo bags
- White Fluro Source Pop Ups are now available in 10mm, 15mm and 20mm. The 10mm and 15mm pots contain a mixture of round and dumbell shaped pop ups. Each tub includes a free liquid booster bottle.
- Super buoyant Pop Ups are also available in 15mm, 18mm and 20mm. Each tub includes a free liquid booster bottle.
- Hardened hookbaits contain 14mm dumbells as well as 15mm and 20mm boilies in the same pot
- Liquid Attractant
- Hookbait Dip
- Feed Pellets in 4mm, 6mm and 8mm.
- Hook Pellets 22m and 30mm
- Stick Mix
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