This style of high sided unhooking mat has rightly become very popular, offering possibly the best means of looking after your catch on the bank.
This great little item has performed admirably all winter long, illuminating my shelter without fault, so it is great to see they’re expanding the range with a remote controlled version called the Bivvy-Lite Duo IR.
This well designed unit is ideal for housing all your chod rigs and stiff rig hook sections safely and securely.
This is the latest boat from Fox International and is the result of numerous requests from anglers for an inflatable boat that was a bit bigger than the existing FX200
With so many bank-ware options, it’s difficult to make your stainless products stand out from the crowd.
Catching a fish at dawn on an overnight session is a fantastic start to the day and a real buzz, but then you’ve got the problem of dealing with a stinking wet net and weigh sling. Often they are thrown on top of the barrow
It’s so much easier to vouch for a product when I’ve actually used it on the bank and one such product that I’ve enjoyed using recently is the latest Butt Grips from ESP.
The best is back! There was a time when it seemed like every other rig cast out had a PVA stick attached, and you could guarantee in that stick would be Dynamite’s Meaty Marine Groundbait.
Here is a smart new addition to the ever-growing Cygnet range that is sure to attract the attentions of those looking to lighten the load on the barrow!
Arriving at any chosen venue, the key to success is confidence, and using a bait you know works and has caught fish increases your confidence levels.
Carp sacks are being replaced by retention slings these days. There is no need to retain carp for hours on end with these products available, and of course they are far safer than standard carp sacks.
This new throwing stick from Gardner Tackle is constructed from carbon, making it extremely light; 70 grams in fact! This gives several advantages over heavier plastic throwing sticks.