Who are these Guys? Both
Trevor (bottom left) and I (top left) are Brits who live and work
just outside Chicago. We both fished matches regularly in England
before coming to the States, with Trev being popularly regarded as a
‘venue expert’ at the Billhook fishery in Hants. I left the UK many
years ago, but was fortunate enough to win the US Open back in 2005.
I’m employed as a Chemistry Professor at a small college just
outside of Chicago.
One of the side effects of
choosing a career in chemical education is that one starts to see
the world in terms of the behavior of atoms and molecules. I know,
it’s totally ‘dorky’, but that’s the sad reality of being a chemist!
Now, combine such a view with a passion for fishing and you
have the tools and desire needed to pursue the ‘holy grail’ of
understanding why fish find certain natural chemical compounds
highly attractive. The
biostimulants we have developed are a culmination of nearly seven
years of extensive research in this area – we hope you’ll agree that
it was well worth the effort.
ranges of products have been extensively tested with a broad
cross-section of popular coarse and game species in both the UK and
USA - in each case invoking sustained and involuntary feeding
response. In addition to the outstanding results recorded by our
match and specimen angling testers (see
independent field and laboratory trials conducted at Sparsholt
College (UK), as well as and St. Olaf College (USA), have
scientifically confirmed the validity of our invention. Simply
stated, we've found the 'grail' - a product that successfully makes
For more information please visit The
Biosource Story page, as this resource provides more detailed review of the
work that, ultimately, led to the discovery and implementation of
inventions; while the
Info./FAQS page addresses a variety of enquiries received
directly from anglers and other interested parties regarding the
products and their respective applications.
Pat Mills, November 2012