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Total Carp Staff  |  Dec 23, 2019  |  0 comments
Once again the boys and girls at RidgeMonkey have been busy and raised the bar with the next evolution in bankside power!
Total Carp Staff  |  Dec 06, 2019  |  0 comments
Fish tech taken to a whole new level, this industry first will get tongues wagging and unearth mysteries below.
Total Carp Staff  |  Oct 16, 2019  |  0 comments
Another great addition from the innovator of many excellent carpy products.
Total Carp Staff  |  Apr 25, 2017  |  0 comments
£4. 99 This supple leather fingerstall is essential when casting at range or spodding out bait, protecting your casting finger on high-impact scenarios With the majority of braids being low in diameter, unprotected fingers more susceptible to being cut. The Gardner fingerstall is minimal and lightweight. A Velcro fastening strap ensures it stays on your wrist and in position cast after cast.
Total Carp Staff  |  Feb 03, 2017  |  0 comments
I have never been one to tinker with the mechanics of the kit I use, not beyond a little tightening up or lubrication here and there, but switching to these washers in the spools of my Shimano reels was an absolute revelation (it takes seconds to do, by the way). Having watched Tony from Future Fishing (it’s the sole distributors for these washers) demonstrate them on the shop’s video page I was intrigued as to just how much difference they would actually make. It’s not difficult to make things look good on a video, so only a try for myself would convince me. However, any suspicions were soon allayed as the simple switching of the washers in the top of the spool of my Ultegra 14000XTDs saw the drag absolutely transformed.
Total Carp Staff  |  Feb 03, 2017  |  0 comments
The Tackle Box’s Lee Jackson says: The perfect camera for the angler who wants to film DIY underwater/action footage or still photos without the expense of buying a GoPro-type camera. At around £34. 99 this extremely compact camera is unbelievable value and features a super-wide-angle 120-degree lens, a 2in LCD rear screen and a waterproof housing so that it can be used in water depths up to 30 metres. What’s more, it comes with various mounts/clips so that it can be mounted on a landing net pole, rod, handlebars and suchlike, and a USB cable for charging.
Total Carp Staff  |  Feb 03, 2017  |  0 comments
Fast-dissolve PVA mesh perfect for stick mixesDurable design allows for strong casts Leaves no residue Available in 7m x 25mm and 38mm in a waterproof tube Made in the UK £7. 50 FOR MORE DETAILS GO TO WWW. GODMAN-ANGLING. COM Like what you see? Or buy a single issue .
Total Carp Staff  |  Feb 03, 2017  |  0 comments
With so many of us taking phones, tablets and cameras on sessions a powerbank is almost an essential piece of kit, and the Waterhog power pack ticks all the boxes. With its huge capacity it can charge a smartphone 16 to 18 times and most tablets and laptops three to six. It also has a bright LED light along with a 15-amp 12V socket. £99 www.
Total Carp Staff  |  Feb 03, 2017  |  0 comments
The guys at Waterhog have set the bar high when it comes to its latest bivvy light. The Waterhog Illuminator will certainly light up those dark nights on the bank. With its twin colour (white, red) and multiple brightness setting, it’s ideal for when you’re scrambling around in the dark. With its rechargeable lithium battery you will struggle to find better.
Total Carp Staff  |  Feb 03, 2017  |  0 comments
For those who like listening to music while on the bank, the Waterhog wireless speaker has been designed and built with outdoor pursuits in mind. Not only is it Bluetooth enabled but it has a built-in FM radio and is waterproof. This is a great addition to your kit with a handy carabiner clip for quick and easy attachment to brolly spokes or bivvy poles. £34.
Total Carp Staff  |  Feb 03, 2017  |  0 comments
The Tackle Box’s Lee Jackson says: These 2ft-long sections are designed to fit the middle of the rod to make casting and landing fish easier when using a long-hook-link-type zig rig. Additionally, they can be used to extend ‘reach’ from the bank when fishing close in to the left or right of the swim, extending the rod upwards when using a beachcaster-type rig or potentially increasing casting distance. At present they are available for most of the Free Spirit Hi-‘S’ and ‘S’ range carp rods, with versions in the pipeline for the ‘E’ Class and CTX models. £34.
Total Carp Staff  |  Feb 03, 2017  |  0 comments
I recall raking swims in my really early days when targeting tench and I have to admit that you don’t often see it happening nowadays. Well I for one am going to start again, probably from a boat for ease. This could be a devastating tactic in the edge under bushes or in the largest weed bed you can find. Unlike my shed-made contraption, these are handmade and specifically designed for the job in hand.
Total Carp Staff  |  Feb 03, 2017  |  0 comments
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 be recharged from the micro USB port. The Sneeka Lite can be fixed to any brolly spoke, storm pole or other small, rigid structure via the supplied system, allowing you to save room and maximise your light efficiently.
Total Carp Staff  |  Feb 03, 2017  |  0 comments
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 cage allowing you to drain off excess liquid before you select your hook bait and attach it to your rig. With a leakproof seal, this is a trusted design that will not let you down.

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