Author: B.L5 (8 Jun 09 7:23pm)
The problem with a 301 redirect would be exactly the same as the problem with a plain link. A 301 redirect simply shows the browser where to go, it doesn't force it. The browser still knows where the page it's going to is.
But with 40,211,175 active honey pots (http://www.projecthoneypot.org/statistics.php) and more being added daily, I don't think anyone would be able to make a database of all of them. The point of Project Honey Pot is to be sneaky and track the spammers without them knowing they're being tracked.
So don't bother with a 301 redirect, just link using the given methods - or maybe add a few extra locations for the honeypot using mod_rewrite. Just keep the original location accessible.