There are four baits in this category, which is headed by our famous and formidable SuperRed, The others in the group are MarineRed, HoneyRed and NaturalRed and they all follow the same concept as SuperRed. So what exactly do we mean when we categorise these mixes as" Three-In-One"?
Basically when we designed them we wanted them to be a versatile as possible and this was our brief when we asked Ken Townley to put the range together. Ken says: "I knew exactly what I wanted to achieve, so I made several trial mixes before arriving at the three final blends. I made sure that as well as being nutritious in every respect - protein, fats vitamins and minerals - the blend would also conform to the three-in-one concept outlined by Haith's Baits: namely that each could be used as a) a groundbait, as b) a Method mix and c) as a boiled bait ingredient. I also made the blends so that they could act as stand-alone base mixes if ground down to a fine powder and mixed with egg. I am happy to say, I achieved my aims in every respect!"
a) MarineRed: as the name suggests this blend is based on our standard 66% protein fishmeal, blended with specific binders and of course, the famous Robin Red. It is a high-fat, high-energy blend that contains its own inherent attraction and is easily digestible.
b) NaturalRed: this blend contains fishmeal, hemp seed, honey and maize oil, as well as dried insects and our unique High Protein Crumb. The blend is rounded off with our fabulous Robin Red, and of course follows the tried and tested three-in-one formulas of its stable mates.
c) HoneyRed: one of the most complex and effective carp baits we’ve ever put together. It's high in natural oils, bursting with a complex package of micro and whole seeds, and is laced with enticing sugars and spices. It is also primed with the wonderful smell and taste of real Baker's Honey. And of course it contains our flagship ingredient Robin Red UK/EU. Honey Red also contains the sweet and spicy PTX and the highly attractive Red Factor.
Written by Ken Townley
What a great artical to read easy to understand i make my own boilies as well i’m always playing around with the mix your artical has helped me alot i did not realise you could put robin red in any mix in small amount thanks for the help all the best Dave