sinking pellets

sinking pellets

The products MVDE Uk consist mainly of pellets The sinking pellets are pellets designed to sink in contrast to the expander pellets that stay afloat.

Our sinking pellets we offer are a basic pellet that we applied in different mm (2,4,6 and 8).

Sinking pellets can be used in two ways, pure and processed.

In case of a pure use, you can throw them in the water or mix the pellets among other powder cheeses. please note that the fish is not overfed.

You can also moisten the sinking pellets and to that extent make them soft and enrich them with extra aroma. The best way to moisten the sinking pellets is eg with a freezer bag, which you fill with pellets according to your choice. Then fill the bag with a combination of some water and a liquid aroma (carp, big fish, molasses ...) to the edge of the dry pellets.

If you add more liquid there is a chance that the structure is no longer optimal and does not stay on the hook properly.

To continue, place a knot in the bag up to the pellet edge. Now place it in the fridge or in a cool place for an evening and only open it back on the waterfront. Put the bag contents in a jar and add some water, so you can check which pellets sink and which floats, if some pellets still float you can solve this by squeezing it lightly.

Expander pellets

Expander pellets

These pellets are ideally suited as hook bait. To make them suitable for this you need to "prepare" them in the right way. we have 4mm and 6mm in our range.

The best way is to put them in water for a while. About 10 minutes is sufficient. The pellets absorb the water in this way and become soft.

If you want to add flavors or other things, it is best to mix them with the water in which the pellets are temporarily stored. In this way, the additives are best "absorbed" by the pellets.

After this period, the pellets appear to be somewhat larger. This is also true because they "expand" due to the moisture they absorb. Hence also the name Expander.

To make them all sinking (originally the expander pellets will float) you can "pump" the pellets a few times by using a pellet pump. (You first fill the pump completely or almost completely with water + the pellets). After you have pumped out the air a few times and then returned "the vacuum" via the button on the pump cover you notice that the pellets are now sinking. They are now ready for use after you have first drained the water.

Black & whites

Black & whites

These are slow sinking pellets that are bullied with anise and hemp oil.


They can be used in combination with a pellet band on the hair

Black bandits

Black bandits

These special pellets (dumbells in English) contain both krill and squid oil and can be used in combination with a pellet strap and on the hair. Perfect for the feed feeder method.

Mini match candies

Mini match candies

these baits are extra sweetened and flavored with a mix of 6 fruit flavors. They have different dimensions so that the right size for your specific fishery is always available. They are also made in all kinds of different fluorescent colors, which provides extra visual appeal.

Mini match boilies

Mini match boilies

Boilies can no longer be ignored in modern carp-oriented fishing on wells and lakes.
Moreover, these baits appear to be particularly attractive for, among other things, bream and tench.


In the jars are both 8 and 10 mm and in really all kinds of different colors.


This product is seen as irresistible on a hair in the feed feeder method.

Jelly pellets

Jelly pellets

Jelly Pellets or also called juicy pellets are ready-made soft hook pellets. They are therefore ideally suited for hooking without preparation as with the dry pellets. In our range we have a natural taste without extra flavors and already a flavored strawberry flavor. Strawberry is a true delicacy, especially for carp, which is why we have chosen this flavor

Jelly pellets liquid

Jelly pellets liquid

We have in our range jelly pellets that are used as hook bait. To enrich the jelly pellets extra, we decided to design a tailored liquid that will ensure the appropriate interaction with the fish.


We have designed two types of jelly pellets liquid products in our range. A nature and a krill version. We have chosen this because a nature version works very well on the strawberry flavor of the jelly pellets, we do not want to affect the intense taste too much. The second product is a krill version, krill is a natural food in nature, if you use it to enrich your jelly pellet it will automatically awaken the interest of the fish.

Fish detect this taste fairly quickly and will therefore also quickly come to the pellet because it is a well-known fragrance which will certainly promote the bite.
The use of this concentrated spray is fairly simple, spray a few times on the jelly pellet before throwing.