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Robin Red carp bait additive

Robin Red® The original and the best

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 an 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!

If you want to catch more fish, there’s no better choice than ROBIN RED. We have been making Robin Red for over 60 years and it’s been successfully drawing fish since the 60s. Whilst its formula is a closely guarded secret, there’s nothing secret about its reputation as an attractor:

“ROBIN RED is without doubt the most successful carp attractor of all time,” - Ken Townley.

Arguably the finest carp attractor ever, ROBIN RED is a potent and time-tested blend of high-quality ingredients that will draw carp, tench, barbel and chub from miles around. It is hugely versatile, as it can be used in all manner of applications such as in boiled baits, as part of a base mix recipe, in groundbaits or in a Method Mix. It can also be used to add extra pulling power to seeds and particles and a couple of ounces added to, say, cooked hempseed adds considerably the overall effectiveness of the bait carpet.

Or why not try adding a couple of tablespoons of ROBIN RED to a tin of sweetcorn or chickpeas? In fact, there is nothing in the carp bait world that won’t benefit from a good helping of ‘the red stuff’!

Accept no pale imitations; there is only one genuine, authentic and successful ROBIN RED.

Purchase only where you see the Robin Red logo: (Robin Red® is a registered trademark of Haith’s® - Licence No: RRHaiths1937-001UK).

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