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Haith's invited as an exporting case study during "Exporting is Great Week"

Haith's invited as an exporting case study during "Exporting is Great Week"

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.

Red Factor, Red Band and Hemp Seed Groundbait

Red Factor, Red Band and Hemp Seed Groundbait

If you are looking for a groundbait that will compact into nice solid balls, that will not break up in flight, and will only break down slowly on the lakebed, read on!

In good fishing company

In good fishing company

John Townsend posts his first blog for the Big Red - we finally find out about Adam Roots OCD and his 'shiny Trangia stove' plus the passion for the countryside the two good friends share…

Robin Green fresh off the Haith's production line

Robin Green fresh off the Haith's production line

This fresh batch of #RobinGreen is heading to one of our 'Approved Bait Firms' and is likely to end up adding significant value as an additive to boiled bait base mixes and liquids. Watch the video, see how fresh the unique and high-quality additive looks...

‘Breaking’ News: ROLLIN' Bait Services adds Haith’s Ingredients

‘Breaking’ News: ROLLIN' Bait Services adds Haith’s Ingredients

Ever since Haith's started offering selected base mixes for the home roller, anglers have been asking if there is a rolling company that we recommend. Clearly there is a huge market out there for anglers who either don't have the time, or the inclination to roll their own bait, especially when a large amount is to be rolled.

Robins aren't always 'Red' advertised on Carp Forum

Robins aren't always 'Red' advertised on Carp Forum

Haith's Baits launches its new 'Robins' awareness campaign on Carp Forum

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