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Prologic Windblade Indicators

Prologic Windblade Indicators

North American waters are challenging for many reasons. The larger lakes and rivers not only require a step up in tackle but can be especially problematic when trying to set up your alarms and indicators. Strong currents and undertow will often result in ‘bobbin creep’ which will invariably trigger false beeps which are particularly annoying...
CC Moore New Liquid Foods 2017

CC Moore New Liquid Foods 2017

Big Carp Tackle will be carrying the new line of CC Moore Liquid foods which include the Liquid G.L.M. Extract , Red Venom and finally the Hot Chorizo Extract . These will all be available in the coming months and stocked regularly.   RED VENOM This highly successful, natural, red pepper-based liquid food is a...
Ridgemonkey Modular Hookbait Pots

Ridgemonkey Modular Hookbait Pots

Ideal for storing all kinds of pop-ups, wafters, bottom baits, imitation plastics and much more! With each section featuring a high-quality seal so all manner of glugs and flavouring can be used without fear of spillage. Bait storage just got organized! No more loose jars rattling around in your rucksack with one of these –...
Fox Easy Shelter Review

Fox Easy Shelter Review

If you are looking for an awesome and quick to setup shelter then take a look at this one. Very light weight and packs down small the Fox Easy Shelter fits the bill. • Hard wearing Polyester fabric (2000mm hydrostatic head rating) • Styled in unique Fox camo pattern • ‘Pop-up’ frame design ensures rapid...
Solar Titanium Indicators

Solar Titanium Indicators

While the principal behind visualbite indication is fairly simple. If you get a run the indicator moves upwards, upon a dropback the indicator will drop or sag.  So why have things gotten so complicated, and furthermore what else does a bite indicator need to accomplish?  When I began Carp Fishing I fished exclusively by quiver...
Enterprise Tackle Pellet Skins

Enterprise Tackle Pellet Skins

Enterprise Tackle Pellet & Corn Skins Over the past couple of year’s I’ve found that the Enterprise Tackle Pellet & Corn Skins have increasingly become an invaluable part of my carp fishing armory. I first used them to help present dog chow (chum mixer for the Euro’s) as a surface bait for some nice koi...
Affordable Carping: NGT Carp Care products

Affordable Carping: NGT Carp Care products

When I returned to the sport of carp fishing I knew nothing of the modern accepted standards of carp care. Back when I first started fishing, in the late 70s, early 80s, weigh and retainer slings, cradles and mats, dedicated nets for carp, medicated kits to treat wounds and sores, simply did not exist. The...
Review: Gardner Seeker Marker Float

Review: Gardner Seeker Marker Float

The Seeker Marker Float from Gardner is one of the many choices available, but it is not just any old float - it offers excellent cast-ability, visibility, and a price tag under $10.
Gardner Tackle  USA - Team Member Evan Cartabiano

Gardner Tackle USA – Team Member Evan Cartabiano

It is with great pride that I can announce that I am now part of the Gardner Team. Gardner Tackle kit is top quality and I can really get behind it and feel good showing it to other anglers as I have been using it for years and know it to be top end gear that will...
Century Rods - F2MA and C2-D Review

Century Rods – F2MA and C2-D Review

Some tools are for the casual user, some are for those who use them often, and some are for those who understand that their passion demands the best. Century rods are in this last category. Nothing about these rods is done in half measures and it shows. For anglers who fish tournaments, having equipment that will not...
Getting the most from your hooks with the Gardner Point Doctor

Getting the most from your hooks with the Gardner Point Doctor

Many things go into hooking a fish and getting it in the net. While it may be debated if the rod or the reel is more important, there is no denying that the point of the hook is where first contact is made with the fish. To make sure that this connection is one that...
Nash Tackle R3 Alarms - Product review

Nash Tackle R3 Alarms – Product review

A very busy work schedule, studying for my Ph.D, and the arrival of my first child carp has meant my fishing outings have been few and far between so far in 2015. Thankfully, I have a few trips planned for fall and winter, and spring 2016 should see me back on the bank a lot...