Carp Fishing Bivvies & Shelters

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Carp Fishing Bivvies & Shelters

As keen carp anglers ourselves, we know that a quality shelter is a vital bit of kit. We don’t like to be put off by a little bit of British weather, and we’re sure you don’t either. That’s why Angling Direct have a huge range of shelters and bivvies, so even the most fair weather carper will be able to withstand the rain.

 

A shelter can be a somewhat overlooked bit of kit. You’ve got your rods, reels, hooks, lines, and bait – what else do you need to catch a carp? However, a quality shelter or bivvy can make a real difference to the amount of carp your able to catch. In short, a shelter enables you to stay on the bank for longer than your fellow anglers, and the angler who can last the time is always going to catch more.

 

We’re so convinced by the impact a good bivvy can have on a day’s fishing that we’ve created our own. Advanta is a range we’re proud to call our own, and we have designed a range of shelters, from brolly systems to two-man bivvies. As with all the products in our Advanta range, our range of shelters offer excellent value for money.

 

We also stock bivvies and shelters from all the biggest names in the carp fishing business. We have offerings from Daiwa, Trakker, Chub, and Nash, to name a few. Whether you’re after a new brolly to keep you dry when the weather turns, a new wrap for a shelter you’ve loved for years, or a brand new two-man bivvy for you and a friend to camp out in bankside, we have the product for you.

 

Not only this, but we supply products at a range of prices, as we understand that a full bivvy system can be a big investment. We have brollies, bivvies, and shelters that will suit a range of budgets.

 

If you have any further questions about any of the carp fishing bivvies and shelters we stock, or indeed any of our products across the board, our customer services team are happy to help. All their contact information can be found on their dedicated web page. We also review bivvies and shelters regularly on our blog, so if you like to research before you buy why not check out our blog archive to see exactly what we think?

 

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