There are a number of Liquid Robin Red products already on the market and we're big fans of a small number of them. For us it's relatively easy to see which ones contain acceptable levels of Robin Red. One major bug bear remains for us, and that's the fact that we (as a fishing collective) don't seem to like publishing the percentage inclusion rate of Robin Red on packaging/the internet nor in our marketing. We (Haith's Baits) try annually to encourage bait firms to come clean about Robin Red inclusion rates and some, more each year it has to be said, accept our advice and make it clearer.
With that in mind the first thing I'd like to point out is that our Liquid Robin Red contains 20% Robin Red. If any company has a greater responsibility to focus purposely on the optimum pulling power of Robin Red in a liquid, it's Haith's. In our trials, 20% worked best; however, that's not saying that Robin Red won't work in liquid form at, say, 10% or 15%, it all depends on what's being added to the inclusion rate and whether (or not) those ingredients add value to the combined mix. Our goal was to create a liquid that screamed Robin Red. Others, we appreciate, have different goals and that's what makes bait making such a fascinating art/science.
Our “Approved Bait Firms” use genuine Robin Red and we encourage you to experiment with their liquids as well as ours (look for the Robin Red/Haith’s logo).
What we think you'll like most about Liquid Robin Red (LRR) is its versatility; add in liquid form to boilies; pellet and particle mixes; stick and spod mixes. It's PVA Friendly and, as stated above, it contains 20% Robin Red straight off the [TOP SECRET] production line.
This first photo shows a small PVA bag after being filled with a blend of LRR and LRG (hence the brown colour). It was filled on Friday 13th at 09.00h:
This photo shows the same bag exactly 72 hours later...
If you’d like to know more about our Liquid Robin Red read Ken’s blog post here