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Matrix Inline Pellet Bombs


Ideal for fishing at short distance when pinging pellets

Korum Touch Ledger 3.2g (2 SSG) 3pcs


The Touch Ledger provides the ultimate presentation for a number of traditional fishing techniques.

Matrix Inline Leads


In-line free-running design to comply with fishery rules

Matrix Bottle Bombs MK2


Elongated square shape to improve casting accuracy

Frenzee FXT Bait Bombs *PAY FOR 4 AND GET A 5TH FREE*


FXT Bait Bombs have a unique feeding cavity ideal for small feed deposits and include an anti-roll design for sloping margins or islands.

Frenzee FXT Inline Square Bombs *PAY FOR 4 AND GET A 5TH FREE*


FXT Inline Square Bombs have a dedicated line slot to alternate lead sizes

Preston Innovations ICS In-Line Match Cubes


Allows the angler to alternate lead sizes without disassembling the entire rig

Avid Gripper Leads


Purposely designed to help you hold bottom on large lakes with undertow or large rivers where you need your bait to stay exactly where you left it

Dinsmores Arlesey Bombs


Classic leger weights in various sizes

Dinsmores Ball Legers


Drilled bullets with multitude of uses.

Guru - Inline Plummet Weights


Guru Inline Plummets feature a unique design for unrivalled accuracy when feature and depth finding. Available in five sizes – 10, 20, 30g, 45g, 60g – the plummets are designed so the line goes straight through the middle of the plummet’s axis, allowing anglers to find the depth with millimetre accuracy.

Guru - Impact Bomb Leads


These bombs have a wide variety of different uses, both on lakes and rivers, and the ‘cage’ can be filled with Method mix or dampened pellets to deliver a scent trail close to your rig. This is especially useful when you are considering fishing a straight lead but still want some bait in the area, so will also be a good choice in the colder months.They come in four different sizes – 2/3oz, 1.1oz, 1.5oz and 2oz – which covers everything from flicking a lead down the margins to fishing at longer range, or holding bottom on slower flowing rivers. Their shape and weight-forward design also means that they cast incredibly well, and accurately, and are less susceptible to catching a crosswind than a conventional Method feeder can be.