• Natural parasite repelling properties
  • Increases appetite and feed intake
  • Natural feed stimulant

Natrepel is a natural oil-based remedy that repels skin parasites and relieves skin irritation whilst increasing fish appetite and feed intake. Simply dose your feed ration with 20ml/kg and leave to absorb overnight.

Liquid extracts and oils derived from garlic go through a 14-day blending process to create Natrepel. The smooth oil based liquid carries the potent garlic character into dry feeds or angling baits (Natrepel is PVA friendly).

The repellant properties of sulphur containing compounds naturally found in these garlic fractions are diffused through the skin of the fish and into the mucus membranes, intolerable for external parasites.

Reduce stress, maximise fish condition and growth by coating your feed ration in Natrepel.

Comes supplied with swan neck pump which will dispense approximately 30ml with every compression.
Recommended dosage: 20ml per kg of fish feed

Collections: Natrepel Liquid

Type: Feed

Customer Reviews

Based on 216 reviews
phil Johnson
A Miracle in bottle

It's outta this world its great stuff fish go bad for it , make sure your outside when opening it lol

David McIntyre
Natrepel first thoughts

Used it on pellets for pond fish..Great response with no hesitation on the part of the fish. Going to pre soak boilies at recommended levels to both feed fish in syndicate lake and try on the hook. Nice flow to it. Might try it as a salad dressing ..Just joking.

Nicola Browning

Strong smelling garlic flavour mixed with pellet, the carp will love it

michael thorneycroft
Not used yet

It will take a while to find out if it works

Rod Timmis

Only used it 3times since getting it a couple of weeks ago, I put it on boilies that I roll my self (creamino base mix) but I don't boil them just air dry for 3/4 days then freeze, great for winter with nice breakdown, I will be buying pellets of you soon, anyway the carp fed really well on the natrepel boilies, very encouraging and hopefully get rid of the parasites🤞🤞

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