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Variations on a SuperRed theme

Variations on a SuperRed theme

Hi! In today’s blog I want to return to an old theme that I have talked about before, namely using SuperRed as a potent groundbait that will help introduce other aspects of bait into the swim.

How to create fishing bait like a Pro

How to create fishing bait like a Pro

Just about anything can be used as bait to catch carp. Natural baits such as maggots, worms, mealworms, water snails and mussels all have their day, but generally speaking we tend to divide carp baits into four (4) sections; particles, groundbait, pellets and boilies.

STARBAITS sales rocket with ROBIN RED and Haith's

STARBAITS sales rocket with ROBIN RED and Haith's

French fishing giant, STARBAITS is set for lift off this year with Haith's ROBIN RED and the NEW Robins, each available in high-quality 1kg packs. STARBAITS joined forces with Haith's two years ago to help stamp out the fake versions of ROBIN RED sold throughout the EC. STARBAITS are dedicated to including genuine ingredients in their baits and hold a unique licence which allows them to sell 100% uncut ROBIN RED as shown below in their 2014 sales literature...

Dynamite Baits: Terry Hearn's The Crave & The Source contain Robin Red

Dynamite Baits: Terry Hearn's The Crave & The Source contain Robin Red

Dynamite Baits and Terry Hearn have taken a giant step to reveal what's in their baits and - in doing so - have made it easier for anglers to see who's using genuine Haith's Baits ingredients. Top marks go to Dynamite Baits and Terry Hearn. They're also proudly displaying their unique ROBIN RED logo and licence number. They also reveal the inclusion of Haith's Nectarblend & Red Factor, two classic bird food baits used by angling experts througout Europe.

Particles for carp fishing

Particles for carp fishing

I first got interested in using what we generally call particle baits back in the early 70s when Rod Hutchinson first wrote his definitive series of articles in Angling magazine, and later in his first book.

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!

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