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  • A hi-tech alarm system for big fish. This kit includes a multi-functional, waterproof bite alarm with 8 sensitivity settings, 2 blue LED lights, an adjustable butt rest and a swing lock bite indicator. A brilliant bite alarm set for anglers targeting a personal best catch. The target species are carp, tench, bream and barbel.

    Matt's Top Tip -

    'When carp fishing in the margins it is often a good trick to leave your line very slack so it comes to rest on the lake bed. When everything is limp, clip your bobbin on and leave the line 'droopy'. This tactic stops the carp bumping into the line whilst feeding as monofilament that's under tension can sometimes be seen, and felt, by a wary fish causing it to leave the swim.'

  • This 5m telescopic pole is suitable for fishing in lakes and rivers. It comes with a spare elasticated top kit, a rig and a disgorger. Suitable for all big freshwater fish.

  • This INCA rod - Indestructible Carbon Action - is a rod for life. It is almost unbreakable making powerful casts or heart-stopping fights nothing to worry about. It has all the modern styling including abbreviated handle, a progressive action and lined guides. Use it for carp or other specimen fish. A great addition to your holdall.

    Useful info:

    • Abbreviated handle
    • Quality carbon cloth
    • Lined guides improve casting and protect mono
    • Progressive action
    • 12ft - 2 piece

  • A large capacity power reel for deep sea fishing. It features a high capacity spool design, level wind for improved line lay, ultra smooth ball bearings, a counter-balanced handle and is ergonomicaly styled. The target species are cod, pollock, ling, tope, conger eel, shark, turbot, ray and dogfish. Line Capacity: 200 m/0.45 mm, 180 yds/20 lb, Gear Ratio: 3.8:1.

    Matt's Top Tip -

    'It is important to load your line on the reel under some form of tension as it will bed down correctly on the spool and reduce the risk of tangles. An easy way of achieving this - even when you're alone - is to throw the spool line in a bucket of water. Next, attach your reel to your rod, tie the line on the reel's drum, and steadily wind through your fingers ensuring a nice even spread of monofilament.'

  • Weigh and record your catches with these fish-friendly scales. A set of scales is a good addition to every anglers kit. When weighing your fish, you must use a sling to keep your catch safe - never just hook under its gills as this will cause lasting damage.

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