Advanta Predator Fishing Tackle

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Since its initial release in 2011, the Advanta range has evolved further into the development of other higher-value core products, all designed to improve your predator fishing. Angling Direct have a growing number of stores and therefore hundreds of years of combined knowledge from all our predator angling staff that share their expertise when creating this range.

Which Advanta Products Are Best for Predator Angling?

Just like carp anglers, those on the hunt for predator fish tend to spend a while on the bank, that is why our Advanta predator range offers all the equipment to make your stay comfortable with bivvies, clothing, sleeping bags, fishing chairs, kettles and more.

When it comes to the fishing itself, check out the PS range of rods, the Discovery landing nets and our range of head torches which are particularly useful on those dully lit winter pike sessions. We also have a concise range of four lure rods to cover either Jig fishing, Spinning or Drop Shotting, in fresh or saltwater.

Different Advanta Series’ Explained

Most of our Advanta predator items come from the Advanta PS, Advanta Discovery or Advanta Endurance range, all are well equipped for handling the intensity predator fish such as pike and catfish can bring.

Many items from these series are then labelled ‘CX’ to indicated high performance for specimen catches and sessions, this can be anything from a quality fishing pillow to a large fishing net. You may also see models of ‘CSX’ that are designed with more experienced anglers in mind.

Our Advanta Predator Selection now covers a great range of key products, designed and manufactured to our exacting standards, offering superb performance and value to help enhance your next predator angling experience even more.

Want to check out more information on our Advanta products? Check out Advanta reviews on the Angling Direct blog or head on over to ADTV for our video tackle reviews.

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