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The Big Red Carp Fishing Blog

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Great baits containing genuine Robin Red

Great baits containing genuine Robin Red

What else can we say about Robin Red®? You all know how well it works. Adding it can improve just about any bait; however, adding it to (already) nutritious and attractive groundbaits can result in magic.

Spring - part three

Spring - part three

This can be a funny time of the year weather-wise…I remember the first time I took Carole to France… It was early-May and naturally I thought the weather would be fine and kind to her, but it rained for two days, then hailed for another two days, then snowed for a further day. She fell in putting a fish back so I have no idea how the rest of the holiday’s weather went as she insisted we came home!

The battle to stamp out Robin Red fakes moves up a gear

The battle to stamp out Robin Red fakes moves up a gear

Haith’s continues to deliver its promise - to make buying the genuine ROBIN RED® easier for European anglers - by enlisting the help of French bait giants, Starbaits®, to help clear up the EU Mainland retail supply with a new and easily recognisable 1kg, full colour bag.

A festival of Robin Red

A festival of Robin Red

I doubt if there is anyone reading this who has not heard of the famous Robin Red, arguably the finest carp attractor of all time. Discovered back in the late 60s, the red stuff continues to be effective to this day, as this recent account of a trip to France will show.

There's only one genuine Robin Red

There's only one genuine Robin Red

From its base in the UK, bird food manufacturer, John E Haith Ltd has been producing Robin Red® since the early 1950s. More than half a century on and Robin Red is universally recognised as one of the most successful carp baits ever.

Spring - part one

Spring - part one

March 1st already! Spring is just around the corner and the carp are starting to wake up after their torpid existence through the winter. As the sun climbs higher in the sky with each passing day so the warmer water stirs the rich soup of lake water into life.

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