Korda Propolis Carp Treatment

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Model:
KCC2
Reference:
KD17102616

Key Features

  • Upon contact with water, propolis becomes insoluble
  • Forms a waxy seal to help protect and heal open wounds
  • A natural product derived from bees
  • Commonly known as natures antibiotic
  • Due to its antimicrobial properties
  • Creates a waterproof barrier to seal wounds
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Part of the joy of angling is seeing stunning, vibrant, healthy fish up close and personal, and returning them to the water in peak condition, so that they can live to challenge plenty of other anglers, on plenty of other days.

That’s why appropriate fish care, which puts the wellbeing of the fish before anything else, is so important; you don’t have to be an eco-warrior to care about ensuring the fish out there are in the best condition possible; after all, no angler wants to boast about catching a ropey-looking carp, or a pike that’d seen more than a few better days. You don’t just want a personal best – you want the best fish possible, one that is a pleasure to handle, and looks good in your album shots.  And you want other anglers to know the smile that comes to your face when you finally bring a lively, feisty beauty out to the bank, and it’s in pristine condition – it’s why, after all, every angler dreams about the big fish that’s never been caught.

When you bring a carp to the bank, part of your bankside routine should involve carefully checking its condition.  If you find any ulcers, or open wounds, a topical treatment such as Kordas Propolis Carp Treatment should be ready to hand in your kit bag.

Creating a waterproof seal over ulcers and open wounds, Propolis prevents dirt, debris, and pathogens from causing infection, and potentially killing the fish.

Created with natural anti-microbial properties, and derived from bees, Propolis is known as nature’s antibiotic, and helps ensure prime fish stay in prime condition.

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Manufacturer Product ID KCC2

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