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The Eazi-Stik has a long, straight shaft which allows the boilie to pick up more speed before it exits. The faster the boilie travels, the further it travels. Field-testing this length generated maximum speed without increasing the effort required to move the stick through the air. Made from ultra-light polycarbonate plastic makes the Eazi-Stik incredibly light, making baiting effortless. It greatly reduces fatigue on your arm, which is a major bonus because most sticks kill your arm. Take care though, accidentally hitting the ground on the follow through can damage this stick.
Keep it out of direct sunlight in the heat of summer too, as prolonged exposure to temperatures of 25 degrees can warp the shape. The bend in the end of the Eazi-Stik is essential to its performance. This long, J-shaped bend increases back spin on the boilie and the backspin 'lifts' the boilie in flight. greatly increasing distance. The broken texture of the rubberised handle creates the right amount of friction with your hand to ensure a firm grip - This stops the stick twisting in your hand on the downward stroke, keeping the baits straight. Great effort was put into keeping the handle as slim as possible - this substantially reduces fatigue on your forearm, which is a problem found in most other sticks. The handle was made 8" long to allow one or two-handed grip.
15" QM1 Bait Band, Ready-tied 15-inch rigs that are perfect for feeder, bomb and pellet-waggler fishing. Tied with the radical QM1 hooks, which provide the best hook holds in the business! The unique shape allows you to covert more bites into fish on the bank, which can be vital in matches! They feature bait bands, which make for easy baiting with hard pellets.
Embryo Calender 2018, Dear fellow anglers There are several reasons why you may decide to purchase this calendar; it may well be for the wonderful photographs from the world of carp fishing that will inspire you to get out there and fish. Or perhaps the monthly insights from ‘part man, part carp’ Simon Scott, or the detailed information on moon phases, including the ‘hot’ days when you really need to be out on the bank in 2018. That said, the most important reason to buy this calendar is that £7 from every purchase will be spent directly on otter fencing, and you will be helping to protect the future of clubs and syndicates that simply cannot afford to do it themselves. As Embryo takes no profit from the provision of this service, the sale of just 1000 calendars could provide the funds to fence a 10 acre lake. I would like to thank everyone who has contributed to the production of this calendar, all of whom have done so completely free of charge. Even the printers have made a loss to produce it for us, and the tackle shop you are standing in right now has taken zero income from it. Together we can make a real difference to the sport we all love... Thank you for your contribution. Danny Fairbrass Founder of Embryo Angling Habitats
SUBline, SUBline is fast becoming a modern classic. It's a true big-fish hunter's line, with all the performance and reliability that you could ask for in a monofilament main line. It's incredibly tough and abrasion resistant, yet it casts extremely well, thanks to its suppleness. As you'd expect, it also sinks like a brick, making it the go-to line for many of the carp scene's biggest names.
Bait Box, The boxes are available in three sizes – 3.3 pints, 2.2 pints and one pint (which is an exact 1-pint measure, making it ideal for anglers who have to keep to strict bait limits). The two larger tubs have perforated lids and the smaller version is available with solid and perforated lids. The larger boxes will fit traditional bait waiters, and two of the smaller boxes will fit snugly inside the bigger boxes. “You can’t reinvent a bait box,” Adam Rooney explains, “However, we all use bait boxes and as the Guru band grows, a simple range of boxes meeting our team’s requirements makes a nice edition to the range. The boxes all have a nice strong overmoulded lid with a window to help the anglers locate what is in each box.