• The Original Quench 15mm Shelf-Life
  • The Original Quench 15mm Shelf-Life
  • The Original Quench 15mm Shelf-Life


A ‘legend’ in its own right. The Quench is the product of collaboration from the top anglers of the time in the historic, hay days of Savay Lake. Spawned from our groundbreaking Yellow and Red Seed Mixes in 1987, the Quench is based on our renowned, Savay Seed Mix. A combination of carefully selected seed blends, Haith’s Rob Red and appetite stimulators, the Quench is a fruit-blend bait perfectly suited to any venue at any time of the year. The ‘open’ structure of this bait helps to increase the release of attractors and feed stimulants, making the Quench a fantastic ‘instant’ bait, with the carefully balanced nutritional profile ensuring it has long-term effectiveness as well.

Quench is proven beyond any doubt by the ultimate test… time.

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Jon Lands 34lb Mirror On The Quench


A 36-hour session on Acton Burnell saw Jon Flavell land two fish, the biggest being this 34lb mirror.
Jon caught both carp presenting a double 14mm Quench hook bait over a bed of Quench boilies.

Overnighter On A 40-Hectare Venue


Heading to his target water on Friday after work, German field tester Michael Dahlke found the venue rammed. With only one night at his disposal, he quickly changed plans and headed to a 40-hectare public water nearby.
Driving to an area he had seen carp previously, Michael spotted out a couple of kilos of Quench boilies and presented a 14mm Quench bottom bait and 11mm Candy Floss pop-up, snowman style, over the top with both rods fishing on the same area.
Michael's efforts were rewarded with two lovely, dark, 25lb+ mirrors the following morning just before he had to pack up.
Busy Lake? Limited Time? No Problem...


Arriving at a packed lake, with a little though and good angling Mike Smith snuck this 20lb common out withing minutes of getting a bait in the water. Mike explains:
“After arriving at my local syndicate water and seeing that dreaded sight of the car park being absolutely rammed. I decided to just walk the lake and see who was about and what space was available.
“It's a 10 acre, reed-lined lake that has an old river bed running up the middle of it and after walking most of the lake and chatting to a few of the members I found out 2 things. First, the fishing had been slow with only a couple of fish being caught over the previous few days. Second, the bottom end of the lake had not been fished, which surprised me as it's a nice little bay that is sheltered from the wind.
“I grabbed my rod, net and an unhooking mat and went for a closer look. After about 5 minutes I managed to find a few fish grubbing around in the little bay.
“Excitedly I put a 14mm Quench bottom bait on my rig and lowered it into the shallow water. I dropped a few half baits in for good measure while staying low, slowly moved back from the water's edge and put the rod on the floor.
“After what seemed like only 30 seconds the rod roared off and after a short but crazy battle I managed to net this lovely 20lb common. I was well happy with the result.”
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