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Talking about harnessing the power of the Robin... Here's a nice little trick for you

Talking about harnessing the power of the Robin... Here's a nice little trick for you

Our SuperSoft Pellets are designed to breakdown quickly; in fact it is one of their principle benefits. However there are times when a slower breakdown rate is preferred and this can be achieved by using a food oil.

`BB` say`s

`BB` say`s

Recently I was honoured to photograph the oldest male member of the village and his rather large family, from all points of the globe all gathered as one for a celebration for a special 90th birthday.

Would a recipe of 50/50 Haith's CLO & SuperRed work as a boiled bait?

Would a recipe of 50/50 Haith's CLO & SuperRed work as a boiled bait?

I had a PM from a Carp Forum member the other day as follows:
"Hi Ken, Would a recipe of 50/50 Haith's CLO & SuperRed work as a boiled bait? I want a simple but immediate bait as due tomorrow to work/family I only get out 2-3 times a year.Also what attractors would you recommend?

Increasing the amount of bait you are introducing

Increasing the amount of bait you are introducing

Even though it is colder than it should be at this time of the year (in most of the UK) by now the water temperatures will be climbing slowly but steadily enough to keep the fish on their toes.

Jack of all trades

Jack of all trades

In Daz Horner’s first blog for Haith’s, he shares the results of his fishing trip to France - accompanied by his Dad and others – blends a nutritious Nectarblend base mix and found time to slot in a half marathon. Let’s find out more…

What signals certain ingredients may emit that tells a carp that food is present...

What signals certain ingredients may emit that tells a carp that food is present...

For a great many years I have taken a keen interest in what carp can physically detect, what draws them to investigate an item - not necessarily a food item - and what signals certain ingredients may emit that tells a carp that food is present, namely (hopefully) your bait.

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