Robin Red based fishing baits are among the best ingredients you will ever find for carp fishing. The smell and taste of Robin Red are totally unique and it has incredible pulling power. The fresh and peppery smell is one of the best ways to quickly identify the original from a fake. Another way to tell the difference is results.
Our famous carp attractor is ROBIN RED®. Its unique properties have tempted literally thousands of carp over the years, and it features in many of the best fishing baits in Europe.
Our high-quality, natural carp bait ingredients have helped improve anglers’ carp fishing results since the 1950s. Our bird food baits are highly digestible, good value for money and incredibly attractive to carp.
Save money, make your own bait or buy baits from an Approved Bait Firm (see "Approved").
Buy direct from Haith's or buy from an Approved Robin Red Bait Firm located in multiple international destinations. To find an international supplier, select your country below. Always check you're buying from an approved bait firm that's been awarded a Robin Red logo and unique licence number, which can easily be confirmed in the markets below:
As is the case with mass baits, mini particles, be they seeds or grains, act in the same way. Our own Carpticle micro seed blend is perhaps the most well-known of this type of bait, being a very complex blend of tiny seeds that when cooked release attractive aromas on the bait carpet that few fish can resist.
Crushed seeds can be used where conditions allow and crushed hempseed is probably one of the most effective. On its own crushed hempseed is too dry to feed effectively so blend it 60/40 with Red Factor or SuperRed. The resulting blend can then be mixed with water and then formed into groundbait balls that can be fired from a catapult. Other mini particles include the little-known peanut granules, which will add considerably to the pulling power of any type of bait. These are the kernels of the peanuts, and they are high in natural oils and protein. They also form part of the recipe for SuperRed.