UK Fishing Tackle and Bait Reviews

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Middy "Baggin" Wagglers - courtesy of Middy Tackle Description: The Middy Baggin wagglers come in two colours, white and camo. They are available in a variety of weights to suit all situations. Pre-loaded, they make casting and shotting a doddle. the camo finish waggler is and ideal float for margin use or for up against reed beds the white finish wagglers are great for attracting carp in open water. interchangeable base weights ensure minimal extra shotting is required. Each float…
Pre-tied fishing rigs from Sticky Sharp Rigs - By Marc Firstly I would like to thank Paul at UK Fisherman & the guys from 'Sticky Sharp' for giving me the opportunity to try out these rigs, I have been carp fishing for many years now & have always tied my own rigs so when the sample rigs arrived I was semi cautious/excited about using them. Rigs Tested The Basic Rig, The Blow Back, The Line Aligner, The Withypool & The…
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