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Bivvy lights are not new in carp fishing. Lanterns, lamps and bivvy lights have been around for an age but this is definitely the next step in bivvy illumination evolution. With features including three intensity settings and two flash settings, the battery life offers 10 hours and it can simply…
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THE TACKLE BOX’S LEE JACKSON SAYS: Designed to be one of the easier nets to assemble and disassemble as well as being lightweight and easy to manoeuvre through the water. The 6ft handle has the diagonal CF-X carbon weave that matches the CF-X carp rods and is aesthetically pleasing to…
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Classic design slimline bobbins that are perfectly adapted for fishing close to medium ranges where delicate line indication is key. Weighing in at between 3g to 4g they are, as the name suggests, light. There are seven colours in the vast range so you will find the perfect complementary bobbin…
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Kiss all those half-empty pots of pop-ups that rattle around in your tackle bag goodbye because RidgeMonkey has the perfect solution. Designed as a tower system, the supplied zip carry case in either black or green houses all four 150ml hook-bait pots at once. Each contains a totally removable glug…
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You might have seen this handy little product being bandied around over social media lately but for those of you who haven’t, what exactly is it?
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 We chose the VRS2 standard bag to test, being in the middle of the range between the compact and the wide variations.The Ventec was the quickest bag to warm up, reaching over 33ºC in just an hour. We absolutely love the RipStop waterproof material and the fact the versatility of…
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Without a doubt the top choice for the roving angler. Packing down to the smallest size and being the second lightest on test, the X Snugpak Techlite showed remarkable heat retention properties when tested. Sadly there is no escaping the price and, yes, it is the most expensive on test…
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AS stands for all season and that couldn’t be truer. A reversible inner system can be zipped in or out as you would prefer, with the added benefit of choosing between a warm fleece or ultra-soft polyester material. The outer boasts a breathable and waterproof material, so sleeping under the…
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At just under £90 the Discovery is the joint cheapest on test, alongside the Chub Vantage. You may be expecting a no thrills, cheap and cheerful product but that is not the case at all. With a very generous external draught skirt there is no way uncomfortable breezes can enter…
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The second heaviest on test and one of the slowest to pack away into the supplied canvas carryall, which we must say is the most durable we have come across. The Benchmark offers superb value for money and the fleece lining helps the bag retain a lot of heat internally…
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New on the market, we were keen to put it through its paces and considering it’s a single-layered bag we were astounded by the results. Minimalist in design, it boasts several unique features that we think are extremely clever and indeed useful. First up, the bottom of the bag utilises…
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