The Big Red Carp Fishing Blog
I see so much 'advice' about the 'correct' way to prepare Red Band Pigeon Conditioner suggesting that you simply need to put the Red Band in a freezer box, pour on boiling water, leave for 24 hours and bingo! the bait will be ready.
In the past I wrote a short piece on here about using glycerin - aka glycerol - to help preserve a batch of bait with photos showing some treated high attract hookbaits which I glugged in Glycerin on the 20th November 2015.
Did you know that you can extend the shelf life of your boiled bait by simply giving the boilies a light coating of Glycerin?
The base mix was easiest to sort this being The Robin Red / Chilli mix for the simple reason that where ever I have used it, it has produced fish for me and very quickly as well. Here's what I do...
Associate Director, Simon King, has been invited by UKTI Yorkshire and the Humber to share Haith's exporting story to delegates at the 'Breaking Barriers: Succeed Overseas' event in Lincolnshire. Haith's export to more than twenty overseas countries and is a leading, high-quality carp fishing ingredient brand in Europe.