Robin Red is a superb attractor, and is also a nutritional food ingredient. Its unique smell and taste have tempted literally thousands of carp since the 1950s.
The active ingredients in Robin Red are even a bit of a mystery to us. What makes Robin Red so attractive to fish? This debate started in 1950 and hasn't concluded quite yet! Beware of any look-alike that claims to be Robin Red and feel free to contact us to verify who our “approved stockists” are.
Virtually every bait firm, large and small, include Robin Red in at least one if its proprietary boiled bait mixes. The success of these types of base mix has been astonishing, and Robin Red based mixes are certainly among the best bird food mixes you will ever find. The smell and taste of Robin Red is 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. The other way to tell the difference is the results! Robin Red has a proven record for performance – it’s as attractive to fish today as the first day it was used in the 1950s. And the rumours about the recipes are as rife today as they were in the 1970s and 80s. So, accept no pale imitations; there is only ONE Robin Red.
Robin Red® is a registered trademark of John E Haith Ltd (Haith's). Look for the "approved" logo or check our list of "approved bait firms" before you buy a Robin Red bait. Don't waste your money on a fake! Robin Red will stain plastic kitchenware permanently. If you are using someone else's Tupperware etc., don’t mix Robin Red in it! It is best to buy cheap kitchenware exclusively for use with Robin Red baits.
Nutritional Information - Protein: 12.0, Fibre: 16.80, Ash: 5.40, Moisture: 6.70, Oil/Fat: 19.75