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The British weather is notoriously unpredictable so bringing the necessary precautions of an umbrella down to the water’s edge with us is a must. All the umbrellas we stock have been designed specifically with coarse and match fishing in mind and, as such, they offer exceptional protection against the elements so you’re all geared up for the very worst that the British weather can throw at you.

Types of Umbrella

We stock three different kinds of umbrellas in our range with a host of specifications. The first of these is the umbrella can be attached to or sit next to your seat box via a brolly arm. It is a large umbrella that can cover not only you but also your seat box and all your accessories. These kinds of umbrellas are often angle adjustable, for protection from rain and wind gusting at you from one side or the other.

The next kind of fishing brolly has flatbacks and long storm sides, designed for resting directly on the ground. You can then set up your chair and tackle under the shelter of the brolly, allowing you to sit on the bank perfectly protected from the very worst of the elements, generally associated with mobile carp fishing. Unlike carp fishing brollies, these umbrellas usually come without storm poles and you’re unable to remove their central erection pole, too.

The final kind of brolly we stock is a bait brolly. These are small, often square umbrellas which shelter your coarse and match bait from the elements and can either be attached to your seat box system via a brolly arm placed or you can stand them on the floor over your larger bait bucket.

Key Features

Before choosing a brolly, pay attention to the central boss as you want it as flush to the roof as possible. This is the area of the brolly that slides up the pole and houses the spokes, creating internal space for you to sit under, protect your bait and your side tray for rig construction.

You’ll also want to pay attention to the pole of the umbrella, making sure that it is both lightweight and durable. You’ll often find that your brolly pole is manufactured from either carbon (lightest), stainless steel (durable), or aluminium. It is worth looking at the material that the arms (or spokes) of your brolly are manufactured from. Some manufacturers use fibreglass in their arm construction, in order to minimise the weight of the brolly, whereas others will rely on more traditional materials.

All of the umbrellas that we stock, here at Angling Direct, are guaranteed to be waterproof but vary on their hydrostatic head ratings and whether they have taped seams. Other umbrellas are made for creating a shady shelter from the sun and UV damage.

As with all the tackle that we stock, here at Angling Direct, we only ever use the most trusted brands on the market. This is why you’ll see Preston brollies, Maver umbrellas, and Guru bait umbrellas in our catalogue. These are all tried and tested coarse and match fishing brands with an impressive history of success in the sport. We never stock products that we wouldn’t be proud to use ourselves, so you can trust that whichever option you choose will be perfect for you. If you do have any further questions, whether they are about any of the products we stock or our order process, our customer services team are happy to help. Give them a call today for a no-obligation chat in order to ensure that you get the perfect coarse and match fishing umbrella for you.