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BIVVIES, SHELTERS & BROLLIES
For years I’d used a set of stainless steel bivvy pegs that were made for me by Martin Locke of Solar Tackle fame. You know how it is, though, you lose one or two of them here and there and then realise that you’ve suddenly got none left! It was…
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This could end up being my product of the year: I love it. Quite simply, the two versions attach to either a Tempest Composite or Tempest Brolly to convert them to a genuine two-man shelter.
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The Fast & Light brolly has been hugely popular with its initial target angler, the guy who travels extra light and doesn’t want the hassle of having to carry a full-blown system around. Groundsheet, infill panel and any additional extras mean burdensome loads to these guys.
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As a Tempest brolly user I have only ever had one slight gripe and that was the open front allowing all manner of flying critters to swarm inside for cover.
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Dan Murrell’s verdict... I couldn’t recommend it more! 5/5
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Many modern carp anglers look for ease of use in a product, and why not? With limited time on the bank you don’t want to waste it setting things up when you could be looking for fish or getting those rods in the water. This is why brollies have come…
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First Look! Similarly to all the short rods now available, several companies are producing compact versions of their bivvies and, in the Reflex, Fox has nailed it.
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Few companies boast the heritage for superbly made, top-end and respected carp gear than Aqua Products, and with that came the range of Aqua classics made in modern, more hi-tech materials.
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Following on from the award-winning, highly successful, Royale Classic One-Man, the Euro Dome has been built around the winning design.
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