The Big Red Carp Fishing Blog
As I have detailed before in these carp fishing blogs, you can increase the shelf life of the carp baits we made in part 1, by using Glycerin. At the same time, you can boost the flavour attraction by adding your preferred flavour to the Glycerin itself.
There's a NEW Robin Red® (UK/EU) from Haith's which contains a natural colourant rather than a non-feed-permitted synthetic dye. It creates a less vivid but more natural red colour in finished baits which contain it when compared to the original Robin Red® which remains available for hook baits and 'lures.'
I just want to reprise a previous Blog I wrote about fishing small commercial venues, as it seems from my inbox that there are still quite a few anglers out there who need more answers.
I would like to look again at the subject of attraction via the use of non-synthetic products that rely on natural extracts and foods.
A quick update on how to create your own customized or cultured hookbaits
As you will have probably gathered if you have read some of my other contributions to these blogs, I am getting on a bit and have circled the block more than a few times. As the old dog of the title I am always looking to find new tricks to play on the carp as they become increasingly hard to catch as pressure on them grows by the day.