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  1. Day 3 of the Black Friday MEGA SALE – Green Deals

    Day 3 of the Black Friday MEGA SALE – Green Deals

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    For those anglers waiting for a great deal or are dying to update your camouflage collection, then today is your lucky day! Our upcoming Black Friday offers are sure to inspire interest, from long session carp anglers to predator fishing

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  2. Top 5 Bivvy Tips for Long Session Angling

    Top 5 Bivvy Tips for Long Session Angling

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    With the temperatures dropping this time of year, especially overnight, your bivvy is a place of real sanctuary away from the cold, wind and wet. There are a number of things that you can do to maximise your comfort; so we thought we would help out

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  3. Trakker Armo V4 Plus Bivvy - Tackle Tuesday

    Trakker Armo V4 Plus Bivvy - Tackle Tuesday

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    When hitting the bank by yourself, you need a fishing shelter built for spacious comfort and to withhold against the British climate. The Trakker Armo V4 Plus is a bivvy that means business, offers a host of features to make your stay at the bankside

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  4. Wednesday Review... JRC Stealth X-Lite Bivvy

    Wednesday Review... JRC Stealth X-Lite Bivvy

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    Reviewed by Advanced Carp Fishing Magazine… Although there seems to be a growing trend for hardened anglers to sit the winter out under a brolly, sometimes there’s nothing better than a proper bivvy on the bank, sheltering you from the harsh

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  5. Tackle Tuesday… Trakker Utility Shelter

    Tackle Tuesday… Trakker Utility Shelter

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    Reviewed by Total Carp Fishing Magazine…As mentioned loosely throughout this issue, fishing is very much a social sport and I’m sure - or I would like to hope - that many of you reading this will in fact enjoy fishing with your mates, partners

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  6. Wednesday Review... Trakker Tempest Brolly

    Wednesday Review... Trakker Tempest Brolly

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    Reviewed by Total Carp Fishing Magazine…Albeit the cheaper model in the Tempest family, don’t let that fool you into thinking this is anything like not worthy of the name.With the same ingenious frame design, but stripped back and with a nylon

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  7. Wednesday Review... Wychwood HD MHR Brolly

    Wednesday Review... Wychwood HD MHR Brolly

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    Reviewed by Advanced Carp Fishing Magazine… The new HD MHR Brolly from Wychwood impresses on arrival and Karl Jenkinson thinks its gone the extra mile with its features.Having the D-ploy bivvy and a full system brolly in it’s stable already,

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  8. Wednesday Review... Wychwood MHR HD Brolly System

    Wednesday Review... Wychwood MHR HD Brolly System

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    As seen in Coarse Fishing Answers Magazine… Description The all-new, HD MHR is one of the latest additions to Wychwood quality assured range of shelters. Having been developed alongside some of the most influential anglers in the UK, this light

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  9. Wednesday Review… Nash Scope Ops Brolly

    Wednesday Review… Nash Scope Ops Brolly

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    Reviewed by Advanced Carp Fishing Magazine… The Nash Scope range now has a full-size 60in brolly that packs down to a standard, small bivvy size - The Scope Ops!The Nash Scope range is expanding rapidly, providing great-quality luggage and tackle

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  10. Tackle Tuesday… JRC Contact Oval

    Tackle Tuesday… JRC Contact Oval

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    Reviewed by Total Carp Fishing Magazine…The first thing that struck me about the Oval was the coverage afforded from what is, essentially, a traditional oval. Although it doesn't seem particularly big in terms of footprint (JRC labels it as a 60in

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