Bivvies, Shelters & Brollies

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Total Carp Staff  |  Feb 17, 2020  |  0 comments

A behemothic brolly for the mobile angler who requires the protection of a larger luxury shelter!

Total Carp Staff  |  Oct 23, 2019  |  0 comments
Solar continues to add to the superior SP range with its own take on the modern brolly system.
Total Carp Staff  |  Oct 09, 2019  |  0 comments
One of the most innovative bivvy and wrap designs out there, found in ove very small package.
Total Carp Staff  |  Oct 02, 2019  |  0 comments
We give you the lowdown on one of the most competitively priced bivvies you’re likely to ever see.
Total Carp Staff  |  Jun 22, 2017  |  0 comments
As the name would suggest, this One Night Stand bivvy is perfect for the short-session angler, as well as being more than suitable for the longer session. This compact and lightweight one-man shelter weighs just 7. 5kg, ideal for the angler on the move and for transportation. Constructed with a 5000 hydrostatic head 210D cover it also has an added three-quarter storm peak, offering plenty of protection from the elements.
Total Carp Staff  |  Feb 03, 2017  |  0 comments
So you thought bivvies were all pretty much the same. I’m guessing a pole, material, a few pegs and your away – well think again. The Airflow uses quick-inflate ‘air poles’ that have replaced traditional heavy metal poles for a quicker set-up and unique design. Supplied with a quick-action pump, the rigid and puncture-resistant tubes are inflated within minutes to form a resilient shelter that on testing proved to be at least as stable as any conventional pram-hood bivvy.
Total Carp Staff  |  Jan 31, 2017  |  0 comments
A minimalist space-saving central joint allows the user to utilise maximum headroom especially when used in conjunction with the supplied storm poles. Benefiting from eight 8mm fibreglass ribs the shelter is light enough for a simple day session yet durable enough for a much longer time on the bank. Two rear vents allow for instant internal climate control and 10,000mm material is certainly more than adequate for our typically wet climate. £189.
Total Carp Staff  |  Jan 27, 2017  |  0 comments
No, we haven’t got the price wrong, you can purchase this two-man bivvy for well under £200. In fact, Angling Direct has even had it cheaper than the £174. 99 we have listed here! The overwrap has also been listed cheaper, so keep your eyes peeled and check the website regularly for a real bargain. If you fancy more room to take your loved one, house your dog comfortably or just want space and room to dry off when needs be, then look no further.
Total Carp Staff  |  Jan 27, 2017  |  0 comments
The conventional brolly just got better. With a huge majority of anglers slimming down their tackle and wishing to fish short, fast, effective sessions the Lo Pro was born. With a ridiculously miniscule weight of a mere 3. 3kg, excluding pegs and bag, this is an ultra-light design that will fit in most rod quivers with ease with a length of six feet.
Total Carp Staff  |  Jan 27, 2017  |  0 comments
There are not many more recognisable silhouettes on the bank than the Nash Titan, and brand new for 2017 the T1 is set to take the carp market by storm. Built around the famous and hugely popular predecessor, the new addition to the prestigious stable boasts more features than ever before while taking into consideration weight, ease of erection and, of course, practicality. Dimensions and weight: 275cm (W) x 135cm (H) x 197cm (D) Complete system and groundsheet 14. 9kg So what’s new? Re-engineered glass-filled nylon block design for reduced weight, enhanced rigidity and super-slick set up New frame design achieves a flat back to utilise usable space Front ribs extend to form a peak, maximising coverage for storm protection All models feature zip-off front infill panels for flexibility Legs fitted to the cover achieve a freestanding rigid design without tension straps Rain gutter to aid water run-off Front rib moulded retainers slide up and locate the cover effortlessly Low-profile storm pole attachment directly through cover eyelets support the storm peak Internal light-hanging hook beneath the central block Twin Velcro rod-retaining straps Internal mesh door with letterbox storm panel to maintain air flow while being protected by the peak Door can be supported on storm poles to create a porch extension Elasticated groundsheet attachment to pegging points for accurate bivvy position and shape Supplied with T pegs and carry bag.
Total Carp Staff  |  Jan 23, 2017  |  0 comments
Telescopic waterproof camouflage umbrella Sturdy construction of 190T nylon taffeta and polyurethane-coated aluminium 101 centimetres of coverage when open Perfect whether you are walking the dog or doing a bit of stalking £12. 99 Like what you see? Or buy a single issue . . .
Total Carp Staff  |  Jan 12, 2017  |  0 comments
The Saber Supra Lite Bivvy is built using a 2-rib frame making it lightweight and easy to set up, this is perfect for day sessions and even overnighters. Other distinct advantages of the Saber Supra Lite bivvy is due to its lightweight nature the Supra Lite is ideal for the angler on the move, with a zip off infill panel this also gives you the option to use the Bivvy as a shelter. Having this option means you can zip the front of and enjoy those session taking in the views by the lake. The Supra Lite bivvy has a peaked front and comes supplied with groundsheet, helping to protect you from the elements.
Total Carp Staff  |  Dec 15, 2016  |  0 comments
We covered the original Tardis bivvy a few issues back, offering the angler a compact shelter with plenty of room internally. Well, we have the latest addition right here. The aptly named RT version, standing for Road Trip Edition, is ideal for the angler on the move. Whether it is short sessions you fish, or like me you prefer to get tucked away in the overgrown abandoned swims, then look no further.
Total Carp Staff  |  Dec 14, 2016  |  0 comments
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 a revelation for me therefore when Top-Notch brought out its version. I’ve been using these pegs for something like three or four years now and have got to say they are made from extremely good quality stainless, can be hit with a mallet if needs be and are virtually indestructible. They are available in a 5in stumpy version that are ideal for hard ground, a standard 8in version, and a nice touch is that they come supplied in a hard tubular case.