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10 Jan 2017
by CARPology
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Whether you’re into boilie crumb or crushed tigers, this new offering from RidgeMonkey will save you time and energy

This beast will chew through everything in your bait bag – tigers, boilies, pellets, nuts – with ease. The new Advanced Boilie Crusher from RidgeMonkey is also bigger and more powerful than anything else on the market. The array of corrosion-resistant stainless steel crushing blades result in a varied final texture, which when combined with the large hopper and quick-release handle will see you chomp through a kilo of boilies inside a minute!

The biggest and most powerful bankside bait crusher

Designed to fit on top of the standard 17lt RidgeMonkey Modular Bucket System, it features a see-through safety lid so you can see the contents as it’s milled down. And talking of chomping it down: the best technique is to rotate the handle forwards twice and then backwards twice, and this results in a more roughly textured mix.

Corrosion-resistant stainless steel crushing blades result in a varied final texture
The end result
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It comes complete with a hardwearing drawstring carry bag and for those who are big baiters, there’s an optional 5kg Hopper Extension available. This has got Facebook/carp fishing’s next viral campaign written all over it: ‘Who can chop up a kilo of 18mmillers the quickest?’.

“GIMME”: Full kit, £49.99; Crusher only, £34.99; Hopper Extension, £11.99; ridgemonkey.co.uk

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