There’s a lot of good quality fishing tackle produced these days. Poles costing up to £5,000 plus top end rods and reels costing hundreds of pounds but being an average working guy fishing just once a week many of these are out of my budget. I look for value from the tackle I use. I’ll often include the items of tackle I’ve used in my blogs if I feel it has helped me put more fish in the keepnet. But generally these are the small items like hooks and lines.
If I’ve written a review, I like it and I’m happy to share my viewpoint on it!
Having used Garbolino poles for the last 25 years and trust them immensely. Plus knowing all my Top Kits would still fit the new pole, … Continue reading “Why I’ve choosen the Garbolino UK3 Match Power plus over the UK4 Maxim”
This Dura Slip Hybrid elastic ticks all the boxes for me based on it’s durability, performance and its cost price. 6 months in from trying … Continue reading “Preston Dura Slip hybrid elastic”
Several years ago mass produced pole floats from some of the main fishing tackle companies were really terrible. Often falling apart even before they sat … Continue reading “Why I’ve returned to mass produced Commercial pole floats”
Last winter I felt I had a rod missing from my match fishing armoury. I have 11ft pellet waggler rods but I really lacked a … Continue reading “Drennan Red Range, 12ft Carp Waggler Road”
Over the last 20 years of match fishing I have spent many an evening tying up hook lengths for my matches along with pole rigs … Continue reading “The pre-tied Ready Rigs revolution”
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