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Compac is the ultimate in tackle storage, keeping items you take fishing neat, organised and handy when you need them.
This range of EVA luggage is extremely lightweight and durable, and is made from a waterproof material with welded seams. Each item in the range can be accessed from the top via a two-way zip, and opens in a way which allows you to see everything inside, plus this lid also has an interior zipped mesh pocket for keeping anything that you need instant access to – such as a baiting needle and boilie stops.
Currently there are four items in the Compac range – Compac100, Compac125, Compac140 and Compac200 – which will cover everything from storing smaller items such as leads; through to the mid-sized storage systems which are ideal for spools of hook link material, a TackleSafe or Mini RigSafe, or even to keep all your bits for a certain style of fishing, such as on the surface or stalking, altogether in one place so you can grab it when you need it; the largest size can easily accommodate spods, marker floats, bottles of Goo, Chod Safe, Zig Box, or countless other items.
LWG Ready Rig, Available in a wide diversity of sizes, as well as multiple different breaking strain lines, they ultimately cover pretty much every pole angling situation. There are three different hook patterns available and each is tied with a bayonet-style hair, making them all ideal for baits such as corn, meat and mini boilies, and each is 6 inches long. The smallest, a size 20 is on 0.11mm N-Gauge, with size 16 and 18 hooks to 0.13mm hook links, a size 14 to 0.15mm, and the largest, a size 12, is tied using 0.17mm line. All three patterns feature perfectly tied spade end hooks, as neat as anyone can tie them up themselves, and with a figure-of-eight loop knot at the other end for easy attachment to your line. Size 12 – 6lb (N-Gauge – 0.17mm Diameter) Size 14 – 5lb (N-Gauge – 0.15mm Diameter) Size 16 – 4lb (N-Gauge – 0.13mm Diameter) Size 18 – 3lb (N-Gauge – 0.13mm Diameter) Size 20 – 3lb (N-Gauge – 0.11mm Diameter)
Pulse-Line, Pulse line takes advantage of the latest line technology with low-stretch and high abrasion resistance coupled with great casting and sinking properties to create the ultimate mono main line. Great for both feeder and waggler fishing, Pulse comes on 300m spools with a marker at 150m for accurate re-spooling. Available in 3lb, 4lb, 5lb, 6lb, 8lb and 10lb versions.
Funnel Web System Refill, Funnelweb's main function is to create a PVA bag of any size in the shortest time possible - bags can be made in less than 30 seconds, leaving any other system for dust. Funnel Web minimises wasted PVA making it the most cost-effective PVA bag system ever made. If you are not using it in your carp fishing, you're missing out! Once you have used all your PVA you should not throw away your system. Simply buy a Funnel Web refill pack and thread on another 5m or 10m. The refills are available in Hexmesh or Micromesh when youre using tiny baits in 5m or 20m lengths. Each refill is colour coded to match the correct PVA system.
Guru Keepnets, The Guru keepnets come in a choice of 2.5m Silver Match, 3m Carp Match, or 4m International Match designs to cover a range of situations and species, and they’re all built to last for many seasons.The rings are weighted to ensure that the net sinks properly and remains stretched out, and there is an external sleeve to protect the net from wear around the rings, one of the areas that has traditionally always been weakest and the first to wear out.A fish-friendly super soft mesh has been used so that you can look after your catch as much as possible, and a dark finish helps to keep the fish calm whilst they are in the net. An over-sized top ring has been used to make it as easy, and quick, as possible to put fish in it with the landing net, with a screw thread that can be adjusted to any angle for perfect positioning. When it comes to retrieving your catch at the end of the session, smaller lower rings (the bottom three) allow you to pull the rings through to help to get the fish out for weighing in or returning them.