Nash Bread Bombs
The Nash Bread Bomb is an absolute must for anyone who loves surface fishing. As you will be well aware, when fishing with bread, you only really have one cast, and it's not long before it comes off the hook, and you need to re-bait. The bread bomb allows you to use bread and keep it in place for several casts. When using it, thread your hook through the kicker-style body until it sits on the hook's shank. Next, break off a piece of bread and roll it up, then expand the latex loop of the bread bomb and push the bread in. You should see the loop constrict, grip the bread, and hold it in place. Then you're ready to start fishing.
Top Tip: A great tip when using a bread bomb is to try suspending it under the water like you would zig fishing. The bread bomb can often catch fish when there's a cool breeze on the surface, and they are reluctant to feed off the top.