The Big Red Carp Fishing Blog
This is the first of three articles on what I consider to be the most important aspect in carp fishing. I guess you could call it an offshoot of location but it is more than that. Location is more about finding where the carp are; what I am talking about is finding where they FEED.
One of my great passions over the past sixteen or more years has been fishing for carp that live in flowing water. For me there is nothing quite like the challenge of getting to grips with...
There has been considerable interest in the new Robins since their release, and one of the main queries we have been receiving relates to how they interact with proprietary base mixes that currently have ROBIN RED® in them. Well if you read last month’s article you will note that we included a photo of the Nutrabaits base mix Enervite. This normally is blended with Robin Red, but in an experiment the company made up several kilos of Enervite, substituting the Robin Red for each of the three new Robins.
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.
There has been considerable interest in the bait world over the announcement by Haith’s SuperCatch that three new ‘Robins’ would be added to the range of carp bait additives to supplement their flagship product ROBIN RED ® . The idea behind these new ingredients is to allow bait makers to utilise much of the attraction of the original product, Robin Red, without the subsequent – possibly unwanted – consequence of having the bait finish up a deep red colour. Thus naturally yellow birdfoods base mixes can be coloured orange, green or gold, and still maintain some of the taste and attraction offered by Robin Red (which would otherwise create red baits). The New Robins all have their own unique flavour to keep Carp guessing. Today, though, I want to concentrate on their colour.
As Carp fishing continues to grow and the associated markets develop across the World in conjunction with the widespread use of the internet, established companies' brands, products and intellectual property become more exposed to counterfeiting and exploitation.