Kickmaster 10ft Premier Goal
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- Next day delivery available
Sturdy steel goal with stanchions, net and U-shaped anchor pegs. Rust resistant paint finish. Extra strong high density 3 ply netting. Assembled size: 10 x 6 x 3ft (307 x 181 x 92 cm). Age range from 5 years.
Large area for reels and tackle items, 3 x lure cases included, super tough design, helps keep tackle safe and clean.
Shakespeare Cypry 12ft 3lb Carp Rod.
The rod is from the popular range of Cypry Carp rods incorporating slim profile carbon blanks. Top specification combined with quality carbon blanks provide a rod that will put the carp angler in total control even when playing the biggest carp.
- 3.6m/12ft Slim profile carbon blank
- 3 sections
- Test curve: 3lb
- Lined guides
AMG 56° Loft Wedge - Satin
Super spin grooves. Large sole. Maximum feel and control. Stainless steel with satin finish.
Shakespeare Sigma 60 Freespool Reel.
Sigma is a name synonymous with quality Shakespeare reels from the past. These new reels are no exception and provide the reliability, quality and specifications that live up to this famous heritage. This freespool reel has a gear ratio of 5.0:1, a line capacity of 275m of 0.36mm mono and a max. drag of 16kg.
- Line capacity: 275m / 0.36mm
- Gear ratio 5.1:1 / 4+1 bearing
- Deep Aluminium main spool with machined hole pattern
- Large diameter bail wire
- Supplied with aluminium handle, double handle and spare Graphite spool
Matt Hayes Adventure Hunter Rod and Reel Combo
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Matt Hayes Adventure Hunter Rod and Reel Combo contains a 7ft green spinning rod which is perfect for rivers, lakes or sea and it comes with lined guide. An ergonomic Duplon handle and a green spinning reel that has a rear drag mechanism is pre-spooled with 0.25 mm clear line. This also comes with a handy guidebook written by Matt Hayes.
The target species are carp, silverfish, trout, mackerel and bass. The rod has a casting weight of 10-30g and the reel has a line capacity of 170m/0.25 mm and a gear ratio of 5.2:1. Matt says Fishing can be fun for all the family. Rod and reel combinations like this get you up and running and are ideal for holidays or newcomers investigating angling. Use it off the rocks for spinning for things like Wrasse, Pollack or Mackerel or try it in freshwater.
Matt black finish body, super strong bail arm system, instant anti-reverse stainless steel one way clutch, front drag with micro-precision adjustment, 10+1 ball bearing, ambidextrous handle with fast grip handle knob, anodised aluminium spool and graphite spare spool included. High anti-corrosion and impact performance, pre-loaded with 20lb braid.
Strong and lightweight construction. Black finish. Rubber coated non scratch rod rests. Fully adjustable butt clips for increased height. Leg retention system for transport and storage.
- Soft carp friendly mesh.
- Supplied with carry bag.
- Set up and usage guide included. 50 x 40cm rings.
The longridge 5in Sunday stand bag is perfect for a half or three quarter set. The stylish lightweight stand bag is constructed from water resistant nylon to provide extra weather protection for your equipment, and features a padded top for additional protection when travelling. The bag includes multiple zip pockets and a mesh pocket that can hold a variety of accessories and essentials.Colours: Black, Blue.
Telescopic Sea Rod and Reel Combo Rod. 12ft Telescopic fibreglass. Lined guides, EVA grips. Reel 60 size Front drag. Line included. LED headlight. Ultra bright LED Light. High intensity LED. Extensive LED lifetime. Adjustable head strap. Adjustable inclination.
Fladen Fishing Matt Hayes Adventure LW 30lb Multiplier Reel
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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.'