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Goundbaiting deep river using feeder

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#21 Phone



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Posted 29 June 2019 - 02:28 AM



No - red is not red in 48 inches of water. Red begins to disappear into grey gray at about 30 - 36 inches


Martin, No - Capsaicin is the key to "Robin Red" - It is most effective if only ONE angler is using it otherwise it overwhelms the senses of the quarry.  - - - FYI Capsaicin is brutal to warm blooded mammals.  It was added to bird feed to keep the squirrels and other 4 legged critters out.  It has no affect/effect on birds. 


Capsaicin is very effective in still water when used in conjunction with n-Butyric acid. n-Butyric acid is a truly amazing carp attractor and one of the most effective additional additives to capsaicin should other anglers be using Robin Red on the same venue


CAUTION - - - - ALWAYS USE GLOVES WHEN USING n-BUTYRIC ACID.  It is the smell of rancid butter and WILL NOT COME OUT OF ANY FABRIC - EVER - Ever - ever



Edited by Phone, 29 June 2019 - 02:30 AM.