Had a wonderful night last night, fished a mark known for its weed and lost a far bit of tackle, I don’t like the idea of leaving my junk in the sea. I understand the jigheads eventualy rust away quickly but what happens to all the soft plastics??
I got me thinking…..Geek stuff beware
Some of you might know I’m testing some products by Ecogear Aquagear and Marukyu in the form Power Isome. We all know both products catch loads of fish and certainly give us the edge, accounting for most of the fish caught on the LRF shores.
Is there more to the ethos of Ecogear / Ecoaquagear? The clue is in the Name. The Ecogear / EcoAquagear products are 100% perfectly Biodegradable ( not just Biodegradable).
Some products decompose at faster rates than others. Ecogear products are designed to be fully fledged biodegradable plastics.
To cut out all the nitty gritty,Some companies claim to biodegradable, these plastics lose there form and become invisible to our eyes but still exist. by taking extra measures Ecogear products go one step further by entering a cycle of nature! Totally non toxic and friendly to environment.
More info can be found here http://www.marukyu.com/eng/enviro/biodegradableworm.html
“An enzyme called lipase in microorganisms breaks up esters into alcohol and acid, which are eventually turned into water and carbon dioxide. The main material of ECOGEAR’s biodegradable plastic worms is therefore nontoxic and friendly to the environment.”
I knew Booze would play a part somewhere in the whole process 😉